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If you like fiction, you can try Kiran Nagarkar's "Cuckold". ordinary readers would find him inaccessible (as they would joyce). his arrogance also knew no bounds (god gives the power of realization that they have a gift to those that god gives a gift and with that realization come infinite arrogance). if this thread progresses, religion will be discussed also -- hinduism & buddhism -- for desani taught religion & (oriental) philosophy in univ. The most interesting book I have read recently is Ashay Naik's "Natural Enmity". Doesn't seem that impressive, a minor figure compared to Nirad Chaudhuri and V. he is actually a writer for writers, a bit like joyce. but they were damn lucky in life -- thus they are venerated and figure in the canons. however, he did not consider himself unlucky or failed for he counted elliot, burgess, orwell et al among his admirers and that's all that mattered to him!Orhan Pamuk is a Nobel Prize-winning Turkish novelist.He is somehow affiliated with the university's Committee on Global Thought, and co-teaches classes with Andreas Huyssen and David Damrosch.Apparently attached to MEALAC, he has been given an office in Schermerhorn Hall.Pamuk's positions at Columbia evolved from his asylum at the university in Fall 2006 during the attempt to prosecute him for "insulting Turkishness" in his native country.

With the announcement of the Man Booker International Prize on May 22, we bring you the 10 Indian novelists who have been shortlisted for or have won the Bookers.That way, when I want to read something good, I just have to remember where it was that I last tripped over one of those piles.You don’t have to be a psychoanalyst to guess the equation between Orhan Pamuk and Kiran Desai. In 1984, she made the list for ‘In Custody' that was made into a film in 1993.The third and final time was for her bi-cultural novel ‘Fasting, Feasting' in 1999.Pamuk had, in fact, been a presence on campus earlier, in the mid-1980s.