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The Great Feast

Mannu Bhandari (Author)
Synopsis A bold expose of the contemporary Indian political scene that has cast aside morality and ethics and unfailingly betrays public trust for vested interests and private ends. The novel opens with the death of Bisesar—an unknown village youth—in itself an insignificant event. But with an important by-election around the corner, the feasting begins as opposing political parties like vultures seize upon the unfortunate event to extract political capital out of it, thereby providing sharp insights into the exercise of power and patronage.
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About the author

Mannu Bhandari

Mannu Bhandari, one of the front-ranking writers in the contemporary Indian literature, was born on 3rd April, 1931 in M.P., lived in Ajmer, graduated from Banaras Hindu University and started her teaching career in Calcutta finally to settle in Delhi. Married to an equally eminent Hindi writer, Rajendra Yadav, Mannu Bhandari has distinguished herself for her sensitive and bold portrayal of the enlightened woman in modern Indian society. Her works have not only spearheaded 'New Writing' in Hindi literature, but contributed significantly in the field of films and drama alike and are acclaimed to be the 'Trend Setters' in their respective genres. Her works include four novels, six story collections, two plays and three books for children in Hindi.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Great Feast
Format Softcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8125014845
length iv+144p.