Three Novels

Amit Chaudhuri


A Strange and Sublime Address `Funny, delicate, sensuous, evocative . . . made me laugh aloud. The best portrait of India today I've read' Margaret Drabble `This evocation of the routine, quotidian magic of normality strikes me as an extraordinary thing to have brought off . . . mesmerizing' John Lanchester, Vogue Afternoon Raag `Enchanting, studded with moments of beauty more arresting that anything to be found in a hundred busier and more excitable narratives . . . Chaudhuri has proven that he can write better than just about anyone of his generation' Jonathan Coe, London Review of Books `This immensely subtle novel both estranges and gently strokes the surface of English and Indian life. I know of nothing in English fiction that resembles it' Tom Paulin Freedom Song `An immensely gifted writer . . . his novels are crammed with breathtaking sentences, sharp characterizations, comic set pieces and melancholy grace notes' New York Times Book Review `Chaudhuri writes about India like no one else . . . Exquisite and supremely haunting, a work of contemporary fiction by a world-class writer' Robert McCrum, Observer
Language English
ISBN-10 0-330-48275-0
No of pages 453
Book Publisher Picador
Published Date 30 Nov -0001

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