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8/23/2010 at 8:18 AM

Swami and Friends: A Novel of Malgudi. London, Hamish Hamilton, 1935; with The Bachelor of Arts, East Lansing, Michigan State College Press, 1954.

The Bachelor of Arts. London, Nelson, 1937; with Swami and Friends, East Lansing, Michigan State College Press, 1954.

The Dark Room. London, Macmillan, 1938.

The English Teacher. London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1945; asGrateful to Life and Death, East Lansing, Michigan State College Press, 1953.

Mr. Sampath. London, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1949; as The Printer of Malgudi, East Lansing, Michigan State University Press, 1957.

The Financial Expert. London, Methuen, 1952; East Lansing, Michigan State College Press, 1953.

Waiting for the Mahatma. London, Methuen, and East Lansing, Michigan State College Press, 1955.

The Guide. Madras, Higginbothams, London, Methuen, and NewYork, Viking Press, 1958.

The Man-Eater of Malgudi. New York, Viking Press, 1961; London, Heinemann, 1962.

The Vendor of Sweets. New York, Viking Press, 1967; as The Sweet-Vendor, London, Bodley Head, 1967.

The Painter of Signs. New York, Viking Press, 1976; London, Heinemann, 1977.

A Tiger for Malgudi. London, Heinemann, and New York, VikingPress, 1983.

Talkative Man. London, Heinemann, 1986; New York, Viking, 1987.

The World of Nagaraj. London, Heinemann, and New York, Viking, 1990.

Short Stories
Malgudi Days. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1943.

Dodu and Other Stories. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1943.

Cyclone and Other Stories. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1944.

An Astrologer's Day and Other Stories. Mysore, Indian Thought, andLondon, Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1947.

Lawley Road. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1956.

A Horse and Two Goats. London, Bodley Head, and New York, Viking Press, 1970.

Old and New. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1981.

Malgudi Days (not same as 1943 book). London, Heinemann, andNew York, Viking Press, 1982.

Under the Banyan Tree and Other Stories. London, Heinemann, andNew York, Viking, 1985.

The Grandmother's Tale, with sketches by R.K. Laxman. Madras, Indian Thought, 1992; London, Heinemann, 1993; as The Grand-mother's Tale and Other Stories, New York, Viking, 1994.

Salt & Sawdust: Stories and Table Talk. New Delhi, Penguin, 1993.

Uncollected Short Story
"The Cobbler and the God," in Playboy (Chicago), 1975.

Mysore. Mysore, Government Branch Press, 1939.

Next Sunday: Sketches and Essays. Mysore, Indian Thought, 1956.

My Dateless Diary: A Journal of a Trip to the United States in October 1956. Mysore, Indian Thought Publications, 1960; New York and London, Penguin, 1988.

Gods, Demons, and Others. New York, Viking Press, 1964; London, Heinemann, 1965.

The Ramayana: A Shortened Modern Prose Version of the Indian Epic. New York, Viking Press, 1972; London, Chatto and Windus, 1973.

Reluctant Guru (essays). New Delhi, Hind, 1974.

My Days: A Memoir. New York, Viking Press, 1974; London, Chatto and Windus, 1975.

The Emerald Route (includes play The Watchman of the Lake).Bangalore, Government of Karnataka, 1977.

The Mahabharata: A Shortened Modern Prose Version of the Indian Epic. New York, Viking Press, and London, Heinemann, 1978.

A Writer's Nightmare: Selected Essays 1958-1988. New Delhi, Penguin, 1988; New York, Penguin, 1989.

A Story-Teller's World: Stories, Essays, Sketches. New Delhi, Penguin, 1989.

Editor, Indian Thought: A Miscellany. New Delhi, Penguin, 1997.


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8/24/2010 at 4:34 AM

Just thinking aloud,
would this info be more useful in the person's profile's 'About Me' section rather than in 'discussions', because connecting this with the person, one needs to scroll down to the bottom.

Private User
12/19/2010 at 4:53 AM


12/19/2010 at 9:52 AM

Thanks for agreeing with me, it would be a good idea for all those who add individual achievement as part of the discussions

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