Delhi is not far: the best of Ruskin Bond

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Penguin Books, 1994 - 428 pages
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The Essential Ruskin Bond

Delhi Is Not Far Brings Together The Best Of Ruskin Bond S Prose And Poetry. For Over Four Decades, By Way Of Innumerable Novels, Essays, Short Stories, And Poems, The Author Has Mapped Out And Peopled A Unique Literary Landscape. This Anthology Has Selections From All Of His Major Books And Also Features An Unpublished Novella, Delhi Is Not Far.

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Very nice narrative. Beautifully written. Captures the essence of rural India in a wonderful way. Very subtly drives the point that making a difference in other people's lives makes you live again - if you don't make a difference, you just exist.

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Although i had read most of the stories before, the "on the road" stories were quite refreshing. I never thought that Mr. Bond had traveled so up in the mountains. I had heard of the pilgrim sites in ... Read full review

Contents

THE NIGHT TRAIN AT DEOLI
13
A GUARDIAN ANGEL
26
THE LEOPARD
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