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The war of Indian independence may have ended in 1947, but for a group of Indian journalists in an American news bureau in Delhi, it is still far from over 35 years later. Only Hari Rana, head of communications, aspiring reporter and unstoppable writer of letters on diverse subjects can bridge the gap between East and West. It's a mission that sends him to the heart of enemy territory: to the United States itself. What he finds there sends him home a very changed man.
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Ajay is an Indian journalist who lives in Delhi, Give'em Hell, Hari is his first work of fiction.Review:
Through the eyes, ears and voice of his brilliantly original hero, Ajay Singh takes us on a lithe and intelligent political odyssey. This is a book bubbling over with ideas, full of invention, and shot through with the sweet and authentic spirit of comedy. Serious fun - and a reminder of the Indian novel's continuing capacity to surprise us * Jonathan Coe ?A hilarious attempt to update Voltaire?s Candide... Ajay Singh is clearly an intelligent writer with substantial comic powers? Daily Telegraph *
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Book Description Serpent's Tail, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M185242589X