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The Cat and Shakespeare by Raja Rao
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The Cat and Shakespeare

by Raja Rao

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The Cat and Shakespeareis a gentle, almost teasing fable of two friends. Govindan Nair is an astute, down-to-earth philosopher and clerk, who tackles the problems of routine living with extraordinary common sense and gusto, and whose refreshing and unorthodox conclusions continually panic Ramakrishna Pai, Nair's friend, neighbour and narrator of the story. This evocative novel brings alive the raw texture of life in Trivandrum, and delights in its humour. With an introduction by R. Parthasarathy 'A teasing comedy of manners exploring metaphysical themes.' Telegraph ' A pathbreaker of Indian writing in English.' Guardian… (more)

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