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9789351182702 - Ved Mehta: The Stolen Light - पुस्तक

Ved Mehta (?):

The Stolen Light (?)

डिलीवरी से: जर्मनीनई किताबeBook, e-पुस्तक, डिजिटल पुस्तकडिजिटल डाउनलोड के लिए उत्पाद
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9789351182702 (?) या 9351182703

, अज्ञात भाषा, नई, ebook, डिजिटल डाउनलोड
ebook Ausgabe, ebook Ausgabe
श्रेणी: eBooks > Belletristik > Erzählungen
डेटा से 16.02.2017 06:25h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 93-5118-270-3, 978-93-5118-270-2
संग्रह प्रविष्टि:
9789351182702 - Ved Mehta: The Stolen Light - पुस्तक

Ved Mehta (?):

The Stolen Light (2013) (?)

डिलीवरी से: भारतपुस्तक अंग्रेजी भाषा में हैनई किताबeBook, e-पुस्तक, डिजिटल पुस्तकडिजिटल डाउनलोड के लिए उत्पाद
ISBN:

9789351182702 (?) या 9351182703

, अंग्रेजी में, 462 पृष्ठ, Penguin, नई, ebook, डिजिटल डाउनलोड
ebook डाउनलोड करने के लिए, नि: शुल्क शिपिंग।
In this volume of a remarkable life story, Ved Mehta takes us through his college years—an adventurous young adulthood in California. After his father—a retired Indian-government health official—managed to secure the means to enter him in Pomona College, Ved set out to prove himself as a blind student among the sighted. For the first time, he was able to give his intellectual curiosity full play and pursue academic distinction—flexing and stretching and moving with newfound independence. Longing for all the normal experiences of the average American student, he joined a fraternity, revived the school’s International Relations Club, wrote for the school newspaper, and even bought a car. There were girls, too: Mandy, who shared a class with him at summer school in Berkeley; Phyllis, who caught him up in an emotional drama of her own making; and Mary, a deeply Christian Southerner, who taught him that being cerebral needn’t prevent him from being tender. Nevertheless, he remained something of an outsider and continued to be dogged by the prediction of experts—made even before he ventured to America for a high-school education—that he would be culturally maladjusted, unsuited to life in either India or America. But, never for a moment accepting limits, Ved seized all the knowledge and all the glory he could, though always with a sense of stealing something that the world never intended him to have. Mrs. Ethel Clyde, a mercurial, globe-trotting Socialist millionaire, who was his father’s patient and friend, helped support Ved’s education and gave him the money to spend two summers writing an autobiography. At first, Ved saw the project only as a way of making a bid for the affections of the most important girl—Johnnie, his reader, his amanuensis, his friend, and his real love, who always remained romantically beyond his grasp. But by the time the book was on paper, a rough yet promising beginning, he had taken a big step toward coming to terms with his extraordinary situation and creating a future for himself as a writer.Telling of experiences wonderful and tragic, love fulfilled and unfulfilled, and journeys sexual and scholarly, this is a lyrical narrative of an unusually talented youth’s coming of age. Ved Mehta recounts in touching detail how he reconciled conflicting cultural forces and forged a world of his own, an amalgam of East and West, Raj and California, learning and writing, daring and hoping. He shows how it felt to be poor and lonely and thoughtful and driven in a period that was as rich and fertile and sunny and languid as California itself. In fact, the book can be read not just as an intimate memoir of the author’s college years but also as a social history of the sanguine American fifties. Kindle Edition, स्वरूप: Kindle eBook, लेबल: Penguin, Penguin, उत्पाद समूह: eBooks, प्रकाशित: 2013-12-03, रिलीज की तारीख: 2013-12-03, स्टूडियो: Penguin
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कीवर्ड: Books, Literature & Fiction, Essays, Kindle Store, Kindle eBooks
डेटा से 16.02.2017 06:25h
ISBN (वैकल्पिक notations): 93-5118-270-3, 978-93-5118-270-2

9789351182702

सभी उपलब्ध पुस्तकों के लिए अपना ISBN नंबर मिल 9789351182702 तेजी से और आसानी से कीमतों की तुलना करें और तुरंत आदेश।

उपलब्ध दुर्लभ पुस्तकें, प्रयुक्त किताबें और दूसरा हाथ पुस्तकों के शीर्षक "The Stolen Light" से Ved Mehta पूरी तरह से सूचीबद्ध हैं।

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