Winners: A Collection of Prize-winning Poems and Stories, Volume 2
Mary Mathew, Annie Chandy Mathew
unisun publications, 2005 - Anglo-Indian literature
Price winning stories, poems and travelogues in association with the British Council, South India. Raised voices and sunlit slopes. Blazing eyes and thundering hooves. Desperate strategies in an imaginary war. The celebration of a coastal highway, a requiem for a river...battered bliss, whispering memories. The birth of an artist, the daeth of childhood. Terror, humour, nostalgia, philosophy...
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