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Upendranath Ashk

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Why Hindi writer Upendranath Ashk could be India's Marcel Proust
But reading Proust was not a waste of my valuable research time; the fact was that I had quoted in my research proposal another scholar who had compared Ashk to Proust.
Making of a good riot
The Tamas we know from Govind Nihalani's TV series is rather different from the Tamas of Bhisham Sahni's novel.
upendranath ashk s novel girti deewarein translated in english
A 1947 novel by one of Hindi literature's best-known names Upendranath Ashk, which offers an intimate portrait of lower-middle-class life in the 1930s is now available in English.
Book Review: Falling Walls
When Sa'adat Hasan Manto died in Lahore in 1955, Upendranath 'Ashk' wrote a long obituary which he titled “Manto My Enemy.” The two had worked together in All India Radio in Delhi, needling and disparaging each other constantly until Ashk, by his own ...
Proust in Jalandhar?
Daisy Rockwell, an American academic, translator, writer and painter, traces the French novelist to a location as improbable as the blighted streets of pre-Independence Jalandhar.

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