From Comorin to Kashmir: an anthology of Malayalam short stories
From commorin to Kashmir is meant to point not really to a geographical, demographic unity but to a unity that goes deeper to the writers of the country bear witness. Without dustcover, text clean, condition OK.
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BASHEER VAIKOM MUHAMMED BASHEER
KAROOR KAROOR NEELAKANTA PILLAI
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