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This anthology brings together some of the most recent reevaluations of multi-faceted oeuvre of V S Naipaul, comprising his novels, short stories, travel writing, historical accounts and varied essays. Focusing on the author's creative anxieties and strategies, as also on his provocative discourses on diverse nations, cultures, histories and communities across the globe, it closely critiques most of his major texts.
Exploring the extent of fixities and ambivalences in Naipaul's much talked about Eurocentrism, the volume also investigates his ceaseless endeavour to come to terms with the modern man's predicament in today's highly tangled scenario.
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V.S. Naipaul an anthology of recent criticism