A Place to Live: Contemporary Tamil Short Fiction
Penguin Books India, 2004 - Short stories, Tamil - 276 pages
Innumerable strands of ethnic, regional and universal experiences are woven together in this collection of fine short fiction spanning 4 decades 1960 to 1990, in which the short story emerged as the definite genre of modern tamil literature.
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