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This Time Of Morning
Author: Nayantara Sahgal
ISBN: 9788172236809
Binding: Paper Back
Publishing Year: 2008
Publisher: Harper Collins
Number of Pages: 315
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This unusually prescient novel is set in the early post-Independence years, when a new republic eagerly looks forward to a future full of hope. Rakesh, a Foreign Service officer who had grown up at a time when young men were ardent nationalists, returns to Delhi after a six-year absence to find many changes. He meets the new advisor on foreign affairs, the controversial Kalyan Sinha, and is once again drawn to the magnetic personality of the politician whose ruthless manipulations are, in a way, a precursor to the moral corruption of the years to come. Vintage Sahgal, This Time of Morning is a riveting work of fiction that captures the realities of a country in transition.
About Author
Nayantara Sahgal is a novelist and political commentator who has published nine novels and eight works of non-fiction. One of the first Indian writers in English to make a mark on an international readership, she won the commonwealth Prize (Eurasia) in 1986 for Plans for Departure. Her latest work, Lesser Breeds, a novel, was published in 2003. Born into the first family of Indian politics the Nehrus Sahgal saw at first-hand Indias emergence as an independent nation under the prime ministership of her maternal uncle, Jawaharlal Nehru, and her cousin Indira Gandhis rise to power as the countrys first woman prime minister. A member of the Sahitya Akademis Advisory Board for English till she resigned during the Emergency, a fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center and the Bunting Institute, she served on the jury of the Commonwealth Writers Prize in 1990 and 1991. In 1990 she was elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 1997 she was awarded an honorary doctorate in Literature by the University of Leeds.
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