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Oxford University Press, 2005 - Fiction - 275 pages
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This is a translation of Munshi Premchand's first Hindi novel (1916), centered around political and religious debates about sexuality, prostitution, and poverty. Sevasadan became the benchmark for the Indian novel as it dealt with the philosophical and personal consequences of change in a nation still in chains. This volume includes a critical introduction by Professor Vasudha Dalmia.

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User Review  - Lishan Puwakowita - Goodreads

I like this book because it revealing the dark side of human mind. And also give nice explanations about how it works when it helpless. Munchi Premchand is one of my favorite Anthers since i was in high school.. i will rate this book 4/5 without any debut. Read full review

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The Late Munshi Premchand was a Writer in Hindi and Urdu.

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