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R . K . Narayan ( 10 october 1906 – 13 may
2001 ) , full name Rasipuram Krishnaswami
Narayanaswami , was an Indian writer ...
The English Teacher ( 1945 )
Swami and Friends ( 1935 )
Dark Room ( 1938 )
Waiting for the Mahatma ( 1955 )
The Guide...
Next Sunday ( 1960 )
My Days ( 1974 )
The Emerald Route ( 1980 )
Gods , Demons and Others ( 1964 )
The Ramayana ( 1973 )
The Mahabharata ( 1978 )
Malgudi Days ( 1942 )
Doctor’s word ( 1978 )
A Horse and Two Goats ( 1970 )
Under the Banyan Tree and Other
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doctors word (short story) written by rk narayan

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  1. 1. R . K . Narayan ( 10 october 1906 – 13 may 2001 ) , full name Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayanaswami , was an Indian writer , best known for his works set in the fictional south Indian town of Malgudi . He is one of three leading figures of early Indian literature in English ( alongside Mulk Raj Anand and Raj Rao ) , and is credited with bringing the genre to the rest of the world .
  2. 2. The English Teacher ( 1945 ) Swami and Friends ( 1935 ) Dark Room ( 1938 ) Waiting for the Mahatma ( 1955 ) The Guide ( 1958 ) The Vendor of Sweets ( 1967 ) A Tiger for Malgudi (1983 )
  3. 3. Next Sunday ( 1960 ) My Days ( 1974 ) The Emerald Route ( 1980 )
  4. 4. Gods , Demons and Others ( 1964 ) The Ramayana ( 1973 ) The Mahabharata ( 1978 )
  5. 5. Malgudi Days ( 1942 ) Doctor’s word ( 1978 ) A Horse and Two Goats ( 1970 ) Under the Banyan Tree and Other Stories ( 1985 )
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