Anand, Mulk Raj

About Mulk Raj Anand

Biography (Encyclopædia Britannica)

Biography (The Open University

Hoskote, Ranjit. "The Last of Indian English Fiction's Grand Troika." The Hindu, 29 Sep. 2004

Zakaria, Rafiq. "An Article on Mulk Raj Anand." (Indian Express)

 

Reviews

Khritika, R. "The Mulk Raj Anand Omnibus." The Hindu, 2 Jan. 2005

 

Interviews

"Mulk Raj Anand Interview." Outlook India, 11 Oct. 2003

Verma, K.D. "An Interview with Mulk Raj Anand." South Asian Review, 12 Jul. 1991

 

Criticism

Conisbee Baer, Ben. "Shit Writing: Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable, the Image of Gandhi, and the Progressive Writers' Association." Modernism/modernity, vol. 16, no. 3, Sep. 2009

Dhawan, R. K. "Awakening Social Consciousness: Mulk Raj Anand's Untouchable."  Dalit Literature and African-American Literature, Aston (ed.), 2001

Fisher, Marlene. Mulk Raj Anand as Autobiographer, 1995

Niven, Alastair. The Yoke of Pity: A Study in the Fictional Writings of Mulk Raj Anand, 1978

Cowasjee, SarosSo Many Freedoms: A Study of the Major Fiction of Mulk Raj Anand, 1977

Cowasjee, SarosMulk Raj Anand: Coolie: An Assessment, 1976

Naik, M. K.. Mulk Raj Anand, 1973

 

Works

Novels

The Road (1961)

The Private Life of an Indian Prince (1953)

Across the Black Waters (1939)

Two Leaves and a Bud (1937)

Coolie (1936)

Untouchable (1935)

 

Short Story Collections

Tales Told by an Idiot - Selected Short Stories (1999)

Greatest Short Stories (1999)

Lajwanti and Other Stories (1999)

Selected Short Stories (1977)

The Barber's Trade Union and Other Stories (1944)

The Lost Child and Other Stories (1934)

 

Essays/ Articles/ Non-Fiction/Short Stories

Sati: A Writeup of Raja Ram Mohan Roy About Burning Widows Alive (1990)

Kama Kala (1958)

Seven Summers – The Story of an Indian Childhood (1951)

The Indian Theatre (1950)

Letters on India (1942)