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House For Mr Biswas, A - V S Naipaul Reviews

A Novel , great indeed.

Jun 15, 2017 04:13 AMRead

A great book, published in a very easy going and routine language which makes it even more useful and sourcefull as anybody can read it. and enjoy its story also it posses a great story which is definitely going to attract the people of all ages especially those who are in their 40's. I myself r...Read More

Highly recomended!

Apr 04, 2017 08:14 AMRead

The book about a man whose born in Trinidad, in a migrate Hindu family, his birth was marked was by a bad women, and the after complection of the book, it is had find ominus time to in his time in the life of mr.biswas, how wwe will become obsessed by with the accumulation of physical objects wh...Read More

Must read book

Apr 03, 2017 07:08 PMRead

This book is a book that you must read.whereever you take it you just read it and enjoy it.you will greatly inspired by this book.it gives you pleasure of reading.must read before you can do anything.this book is a unique book than others.enjoy your vacations with this amazing House for Mr bishw...Read More

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Best book for studying

Mar 17, 2017 04:15 PMRead

I read this book, this book is very suspicious and interesting for every reader.this book give us a lot of knowledge about science and technology.it give us knowlege about invention and innovation.every person should read this book for ackowledgement.this type of books is best book for new as w...Read More

Masterpiece

Jan 24, 2017 10:43 PMRead

An immensely pleasant, however all the while intense, novel. Naipaul has made a character in Mohun Biswas who is, without a moment's delay, profoundly unsympathetic – inclined to minor demonstrates hatred for, foolish self-respect, and the insignificant institution of drawn-out and disparaging f...Read More

 
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Masterpiece

Jan 15, 2017 09:40 PMRead

This story revolves around Mohun Biswas - forever known as Mr. Biswas, even at his childhood - who was born in the "wrong" way in Trinidad, and his lifelong ambition for a house - his own house- that he can call home. The story traces the disturbances in his family before he was even born, the c...Read More

Timeless story set in Trinidad, undeniably Indian

Dec 22, 2015 04:36 PMRead

This excellent novel belongs to the very exclusive club of classics which are also breezy reads. At no point while reading it does the reader get bogged down by the kind of seminal status it enjoys that is the reserve of only a select few. Like most Naipaul books, with the exception of maybe The...Read More

A little below from avarage!

Mar 01, 2017 02:01 AMRead

It been kind of boring book. The writer has forgot to put some ingredients that keeps the reader bound with this book. indeed the story is rather boring and senseless. The only good thing about this book is that it has a little bit of humour and just a way more funny than all the chetan bhagat b...Read More

A House for Everyone

Nov 25, 2005 06:28 PMRead

A House for Mr.Biswas, cleverly written by Nobel laureate Sir V.S.Naipaul in 1957, I believe is a work of satire comparable with Joseph Heller’s Catch-22; it sounds like a tall order, I know, but one needs an excellent eye for details to really appreciate and enjoy the message given in thi...Read More

Mock, Laugh and Ridicule

Aug 28, 2005 04:25 PMRead

Mock, Laugh and RidiculeMr. Biswas-''a barking puppy dog'', Mrs. Tulsi- “she fox'', Mrs. Tulsi’s two sons- “little gods” – where do they live? Obviously in a Zoo called Hanuman House. What happens in this house is perhaps everyone’s story now. Mrs. Tulsi&#...Read More

A mesmerizing, comic tale of post-colonial Mr Bisw

Jan 03, 2005 05:26 PMRead

V. S. Naipaul's A House for Mr. Biswas is an exotic novel. He writes about Indians in Trinidad; his acute observations and fantastic skill at capturing each element of human life and emotion makes this novel endearing, lasting, rich, eternal.Having grown up with a desire to write myself, I f...Read More

A life: an epic

Oct 12, 2003 05:05 AMRead

A house for Mr. Biswas tells the tale of one Mr. Biswas (he is called by his second name, even as an infant), who is born ''unlucky'' and proves to be so when he fails in almost everything he does.The plot is simple. Mr. Biswas, since early childhood, has the misfortune of depending on peopl...Read More

A strange, compelling tale

Mar 22, 2003 11:12 AMRead

The whole story is about Mr Biswas trying to get a house for himself.Considered unlucky from childhood, he loses his father and his family lives in poverty. A casual fling leads him to marry the daughter of a rich merchant. The merchant is dead but the wife runs the whole show with the aid o...Read More

ONCE YOU MUST READ IN YOUR LIFE

May 13, 2017 10:48 PMRead

This book is such a fantastic, beautiful and to helpful for each and ever student, teacher, parents, child as a whole who are interested to read book.this book provides you a bunch of knowledge and to effective.once in your life you must buy this book and read it.its quite knowledgeable and inte...Read More

House For Mr Biswas

Feb 21, 2017 02:29 PMRead

V.S. Naipaul builds this novel around the life of a second generation Hindu in Trinidad. Based in loose part on the life of his father, the story recount the coming of age of Mohun Biswas, his marriage m and his subsequent struggle to make a life for himself and his family . Throughout, his effo...Read More

Mr Biswas

Feb 02, 2017 10:55 AMRead

Hello guys today I am sharing my personal experiecne to all of you guys . I read the book and I like the way he present the story. His writing style makes one laugh and learn a lot about life of migrant population in far away lands. I read this novel over three days, doing little else. The story...Read More

This book is to hook

Dec 21, 2016 11:03 PMRead

One of the best book I ever read, and very useful to students and as well as elders who are fond of scientific development,this book would explain in detail about scientifically developed human means and growth of science in every day life, This one might make you pull your hair out. So if you'r...Read More

House For Mr Biswas written by V S Naipaul.

Nov 19, 2016 08:27 PMRead

I am going to share my personal experience about "House For Mr Biswas written by V S Naipaul". This book is very popular in the world and one of the most wonderful books I've ever read, you can't put it down when you start reading.I fond reading books and I read books after sleeping. This bo...Read More

House For Mr Biswas, A - V S Naipaul

Jul 07, 2016 01:14 AMRead

Now on the other hand, although ebooks have the capability to locate and bookmark specific pages, and even to make notes on them, the process of finding specific pages or passages is cumbersome and slow. In these instances there is nothing like holding a paper book in your hands, allowing you qu...Read More

A son writes

Dec 03, 2015 05:57 PMRead

We all know about noble prize winner Sir VS Naipaul. Perhaps, few have depicted Indian  diaspora like him.This is really an interesting book. On should call it semi fictional account of his life. He has based it on his father, a self taught and self made journalist.Naipaul is basically a dub...Read More


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