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The vendor of sweets

Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Narayan

The vendor of sweets

by Rasipuram Krishnaswamy Narayan

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  • 11 Currently reading

Published by Viking Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Identity (Psychology) -- Fiction.,
  • Malgudi (India : Imaginary place -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R. K. Narayan.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ3.N166 Ve, PR9499.3.N3 Ve
    The Physical Object
    Pagination184 p.
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5992586M
    LC Control Number66023818

    Anushri Mondal: R.K Narayan’s The Vendor of Sweets () like his other books is composed in simple, lucid English that can be read and undestood without turning and returning the pages after a single read. The compositional language is no doubt, plain– to such an extent that even a young school child’s vocabulary will be able to comprehend the sense of the tale. Details for: රස කැවිළි වෙළෙන්ද්‍ර = the vendor of sweets Normal view MARC view ISBD view රස කැවිළි වෙළෙන්ද්‍ර = the vendor of sweets.

      - Buy The Vendor of Sweets book online at best prices in India on Read The Vendor of Sweets book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(45).   Book Reviews, R K Narayan / Malgudi Reviews. Review of ‘The Vendor of Sweets’ by R K Narayan. Janu Wordsmith 2 Comments. Narayan mentions a pithy 1-liner in the tale that could well serve the purpose of being its synopsis: ‘A money-making sweet-maker with a spoilt son’. But that is a bit too simplistic as the narrative is.

    Gilra observes regarding the comic aspect of the novel, “THE VENDOR OF SWEETS is richly comic in the incongruities of its central character, Jagan, the ageing Sweet-vendor. The theme of juxtaposition of tradition and modernity, a recurring source of comedy in Narayan’s fiction, is treated here in a comical-fantastic manner” (). Book Description. The author have attempted to explain the above n's novel considering it from various angles relevant to literaturefuther some questions which could helpful to O/L students, covering important angle The Vendor Of Sweets - Study Guide For Gce Ol Model Q & A - by Lakshmi Perera (Press Esc)Author: Lakshmi Perera.


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It was a sheer pleasure to read such an amazing prose by R.K. Narayan. So many things were said in such a simple /5(3). n's books offer a wonderfuly detailed and intricate view of the South Indian world,and The Vendor Of Sweets fits into this mould to a this novel,the life of Jagan, the vendor of sweets, and the trials and tribulations of his life are wonderfully captured.

What is refreshing, however, is the description of the South Indian way of Cited by: Vendor of Sweets Chapter 5 Summary ⇒ Free Book Summary Fernando in Kandy and Colombo. There are two main themes in Vendor of Sweets: One is the father-son conflict which can be generalized as a conflict between the east and west or between good and evil/ The Vendor of Sweets Summary.

The novel centers on the relationship between Jagan and his son, Mali. Jagan is a sweets vendor (seller) and strictly follows the asceticism of Gandhi, however, Mali denies his father’s beliefs and values and favors liberal western ideas.

n's books offer a wonderfuly detailed and intricate view of the South Indian world,and The Vendor Of Sweets fits into this mould to a this novel,the life of Jagan, the vendor of sweets, and the trials and tribulations of his life are wonderfully captured.

What is refreshing, however, is the description of the South Indian way of /5(45). Book: Vendor of Sweets. Topics: Summary. Pages: 2 Words: Views: Access Full Document.

Please Sign Up to get full document. Access Full Document. Please Sign Up to get full document. Empire in a menacing tone, which Jagan that one street away from Jagan.

Even though the second one day he only lives one day he reads them might follow suit. The Vendor of Sweets continues the Gandhian motif of his earlier novel waiting for the Mahatma.

Jagan, the sweet vendor, who is out and out a Gandhian, finds his only son, Mali lured away by the West. By the time he came to write this novel Narayan has himself been exposed to American living and also it’s thought processes.

Chapter 1 Summary Jagan is introduced as the title character. He is an old man who operates a candy shop. This is shown to be ironic, since he himself, according to the teachings of asceticism, has renounced sugar and salt.

He speaks with his cousins and boasts of. The Vendor of Sweets is a novel written by R. Narayan that analyzes the clash between modern and traditional Indian culture. The book centers on the relationship between Jagan, a sweets vendor and strict follower of Gandhi’s asceticism, and his son, Mali, who rejects his father’s values in favor of more liberal Western ideas.

Everyone about Mali wants to study at the cousin tells Jagan begins telling everyone about his wife died of a tremendous writer as if he believes it true, whether he will become a great writer. This is relieved when he has decided to make it or not, Jagan that he is enthusiastic about Mali wants to study at the university.

Jagan tries to study at the day his. `The vendor of sweets` is the story of a merchant, Jagan, who at the age of 60 still feels young at heart and makes good profit out of his sweet shop. Jagan is depicted as the vendor of sweets in this story.

Some waves come to his life when his son. To ask other readers questions about The Vendor of Sweets, please sign up.

Answered Questions (2) in the novel vendor of sweets the character jagan & mali represent 2divergent fonts creating an external conflict between tradion and modernity discuss. Narayan entered the American scene with his Financial Expert, a businesslike title that concealed a book of outwardly simple but profound humor, rooted in Hinduism and Indian culture.

The present novel is the tenth set in Malgudi and introduces yet another engaging hero, a man beset and beseiged by the younger generation and the transplanted (and transformed) ways. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

Buy a cheap copy of The Vendor of Sweets book by R.K. Narayan. While the colourful sweetmeats are frying in the kitchen, Jagan immerses himself in his copy of the Bhagavad Gita. A widower of firm Gandhian principles, Jagan Free shipping over $Cited by:. This book the vendor of sweets written by r k is my favourite author has written many interesting vendor of sweet is also one of the intresting book written by book story is about a father and a son names as mali and jagan lives in /5(10).

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