Collected plays in translation
This book is a collection of plays by one of India's most respected playwrights, and offers for the first time his best-known plays published previously by OUP, together in a single volume.
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Preface by Vijay Tendulkar
Introduction by Samik Bandyopadhyay
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Collected Plays in Translation: Kamaka, Silence! The Court is in Session ...
Vijay Tendulkar,Samik Bandoyopadhyay
No preview available - 2004
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