I'm not like that and other stories
Published by Orient Longman in association with the British Council Division, Madras, 1987 - Fiction - 159 pages
The Seventeen Stories In This Collection Represent The Best Writings Submitted In A Short-Story Competition Organised By The British Council Division, Madras. The Story Selected Out Of Around 300 Entries Received At The Competition On Wide Ranging Themes.
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In Front of the Cafe
The Preludes to Matrimony
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