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R.K . Narayan as a novelist

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  • 1. INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH PAPER NO-04 Present by Goswami Gayatri M. Roll no:-11 Topic :-R.k.Narayan as a Novelist Sem:-1 M.A part-1 Guide by Heenaba zala Submitted to M.k.univarsity Bhavnagar
  • 2. INTRODUCTION OF R.K.NARAYAN     Indian author R.K.narayan R.K.Narayan Novel compared with William Faulkner Nobel prize in literature His popular work
  • 3. R.K.NARAYAN NOVEL’S IMAGES
  • 4. R.K. NARAYAN NOVELS           His novels are the “The dark Room”(1938) “Bachelor of Arts” (1937) “The financial expert” “The guide”(1958) “The tiger for malgudi” (1983) “swami and friend”(1935) “The English Teacher”(1945) “Malgudi days”(1943) “Talkative Man”(1986) That type of many novels are R.K.Narayan
  • 5. ABOUT HIS NOVELS     R.K.Narayan novel “ bachelor of art”. Has already storm the gets of a success in the carrier. “ Bachelor of art” novel For the example… R.K.Narayan Second novel “The Guide”
  • 6. R.K.NARAYAN AS NOVELIST    WORK First of all R.K.Narayan work R.K.Narayan published his first novel Narayan and his friend kinship „William novels‟
  • 7. NARAYAN’S NEXT OR NEXT NOVEL IN WHICH Craft ,and image of faith.  It looks as though narayan ,in his resent novels.  His thought the Ambiguities and uncertainties of vision. 