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[BKARTS] The Man-eater of Malgudi

Dear List,

Always a treat to stumble upon a wonderful writer and a great book. Known to
others I confess prior ignorance of the Indian writer R.K.Narayan and his
short novel The Man-eater of Malgudi. The main character is a printer, on a small
treadle press, who maintains a small salon in his print shop. The story
telling is first rate and quite humourous. The accounts as to his printing business
I guarantee will raise more than a chuckle from most of the list.

As it is available in paperback: Penguin Twentieth Century Classics, ISBN
0-14-018548-8, you won't regret getting and reading a copy.

Leonard Seastone

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