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The Orphan: A Woeful Story

Amol Chawak (Author)
Synopsis The theme depicts a woeful tale of a family which has to struggle hard at various phases of life. It commences with a compact family with delightful hopes, converted into despair and tragic conclusions. The work is well-worded and ideals in it are well weaved. This book would be useful for defence personnel, bureaucrats, social scientists and students in Indian sub-continent.
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About the author

Amol Chawak

Amol Chawak pursues writing as a childhood hobby.  He regards fiction writing as one of the greatest forms of creative expression.  He has a scientific bend in his writing that can be attributed to his background in science and technology.  He likes to build stories that revolve around fictional characters against a realistic backdrop.  He believes that as far as possible, basic facts of life should not be compromised in order to create fiction.  He sees a vital role for English fiction in the formation of the global village that transcends every known barrier.  A story well told is as good as an absorbing game in football elevating everyone involved to a new exalted height.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Orphan: A Woeful Story
Author Amol Chawak
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178350939
length vi+231p., 22cm.