Delhi is not far: the best of Ruskin Bond

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Penguin Books, 1994 - 428 pages
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The Essential Ruskin Bond

Delhi Is Not Far Brings Together The Best Of Ruskin Bond S Prose And Poetry. For Over Four Decades, By Way Of Innumerable Novels, Essays, Short Stories, And Poems, The Author Has Mapped Out And Peopled A Unique Literary Landscape. This Anthology Has Selections From All Of His Major Books And Also Features An Unpublished Novella, Delhi Is Not Far.

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Very nice narrative. Beautifully written. Captures the essence of rural India in a wonderful way. Very subtly drives the point that making a difference in other people's lives makes you live again - if you don't make a difference, you just exist.

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I was fortunate enough to read this while in Kashmir, often overlooking the very ranges Bond is so found of. It makes for quite an experience, although Bond's chief strength is in weaving environments ... Read full review

Contents

THE NIGHT TRAIN AT DEOLI
13
A GUARDIAN ANGEL
26
THE LEOPARD
46
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