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The man-eater of Malgudi.

Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Narayan

The man-eater of Malgudi.

by Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Narayan

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Published by Readers Union in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published: London: Heinemann, 1962.

ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13966240M

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My preconceived expectation of 'the man-eater' was a story around a tiger, or some other ferocious beast, terrorising Malgudi - but no, it was not this. Instead it is the story of a taxidermist who comes to live in the town, and his effect on Narataj, the printer/5.

The simple print shop owner who was docile and timid enough to print the lawyer's invites for "free" changes over the course of the book to become more street wise and less of a push over much like Vasu. Every form has its good and bad. Narayan wraps up this little nugget of truth with some very humurous touches in The Man-Eater of Malgudi/5(33).

The simple print shop owner who was docile and timid enough to print the lawyer's invites for "free" changes over the course of the book to become more street wise and less of a push over much like Vasu.

Every form has its good and bad. Narayan wraps up this little nugget of truth with some very humurous touches in The Man-Eater of Malgudi/5(34).

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The Man Eater of Malgudi revolves around two characters, Nataraj who runs a printing shop in Malgudi and Vasu, who is a taxidermist and the tenant of Nataraj. The Man-Eater of Malgudi has been interpreted in two different ways: as an allegory of good and evil, and as a study in identification and displacement.

Readings of the work as an allegory focus on the relationship between the narrator Nataraj, the passive and well-meaning printer of the town of Malgudi, and Vasu, the eccentric taxidermist and.

Narayan's creative genius is deeply rooted in Indian most of his novels, The Man-Eater of Malgudi incorporates the theme of karma and self-discipline. Narayan approaches the. Man Eater of Malgudi by R. Narayan I could have profitably rented out the little room in front of my press.

On Market Road, with a view of the fountain, it was coveted by every wouldbe shopkeeper in our town; I was considered a fool for not getting my money's worth out of it, while all the space IFile Size: KB.

Nataraj, owner of a small, friendly printing press in the enchanted city of Malgudi, has never been very successful at making enemies. Until, that is, he meets Vasu. Almost accidentally, Vasu, a pugnacious taxidermist, moves into Nataraj's attic, bringing an alarming stuffed jungle of hyenas, pythons, and tigers, and an assortment of dancing girls who clump up and down the printer's stairs/5(11).

His first book, Swami and Friends, was published in Britain in During his lifetime, he wrote more than 30 novels and hundreds of short stories. His other novels included The Bachelor of Arts, The Dark Room, The English Teacher, The Guide, The Financial Expert, The Man Eater of Malgudi, The Vendor of Sweets, and The World of Nagaraj.2/5(3).

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This is the story of Nataraj, who earns his living as a printer in the little world of Malgudi, an imaginary town in South India.

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