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Hum bane, tum bane, ek duje ke liye..

Aug 01, 2012 01:29 AMRead

To avoid monotony in reading, I stopped at R K Narayan’s list and after reading a few synopsis, ordered ‘The English Teacher’. Moreover, I was interested to read him for the first time. I was soon alarmed when I did some more research on net to find out that this is the third part of triology by...Read More

Intensely spiritual

May 01, 2017 04:45 PMRead

Hello friends, Public toilets in India always leave me breathless, with relief and also with lack of air. They also bring to mind the subtle difference between oft misused words such as available and accessible, by virtue of being inaccessible even when they are available, which is not very ofte...Read More


Jan 24, 2017 07:47 PMRead

A pearl of a book. Rich composition. It recounts the account of Krishnan's melancholy over the loss of his better half and his urgent endeavors to cooperative with her past the grave. On another level, it investigates what offers intending to work. Krishnan's need gloss part as an English instru...Read More

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English Teacher, The - R K Narayan

Nov 29, 2016 01:04 AMRead

I more often than not read a few books of R K Narayanan.I additionally read the book called The English Teacher.An exchange elucidation of Spirituality. While I was scrutinizing this book, I got typhoid, which was genuinely strange(not without question if that is the right word to use here) sinc...Read More

A little boring one

Oct 18, 2016 08:44 PMRead (via Mobile)

I usually read some books of R K Narayanan.I also read the book called The English Teacher.An alternate interpretation of Spirituality. While I was perusing this book, I got typhoid, which was truly strange(not beyond any doubt if that is the right word to use here) since the educator's better h...Read More

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
English book

Jun 24, 2017 04:26 PMRead (via Android App)

Hello friends how are you I usually red some book called tha English teacher. an alternate in terpretation of spirituality. while l was perusing this book, l gotty phoid, which was truly strange ( no t beyo no l anydoubt if that is right word to use here) since the educator 's better hulf in hov...Read More

The actual title should have been the torture lol

Jan 11, 2016 10:05 AMRead

Does anyone know which genre this book falls under.?I know - boredom.this book might be good to a more mature crowd and should not be assigned to innocent students as a torturous  assignment.if I was asked to plot a narrative diagram, it would have been just a straight line.!

Not very R.K Narayan

Aug 17, 2009 12:32 PMRead

I have always been a big fan of R.K Narayan's works for his originality, sincerity and raw sense of humour.I picked this book thinking I would expecting the same, but I must say I was a little disappointed.This book is not very RKN, the very concept of an average english teacher making conta...Read More

A sensitive story, will definitely touch you

Oct 30, 2008 03:31 AMRead

The reason behind pen this review is truly because of this wonderful novel which left a deep feeling in my soul, and still humming inside. Please don’t expect another humorous story telling, it’s serious one with composition of emotions and tragedy with a few tiny patches of smile. Obviously, it...Read More

Cultural Morons

Jan 16, 2007 11:25 PMRead

This book is the best I've read so far. Being Indian and also being able to relate to the circumstances and feeling of the author, I think had an even stronger impact. I love the part where he mentions the British government and cultural impositions have turned us into a nation of cultural moron...Read More

Stark and Philosophical - Tingles the Mind

Dec 01, 2005 09:10 AMRead

The book opens with a brief account of the English teacher's regular day. Krishna (the teacher) instantly becomes likeable. R.K. Narayan aptly describes his characters and not just are they well defined, they are also very real. I won’t go into the story because that is for you to read. Wh...Read More

The English Teacher

May 05, 2005 03:50 PMRead

I have never read any RK Narayan books before and picked this one up in the library. Having read it in two days and thoroughly enjoyed it I have to say it is one of the best books I have ever read. Narayan has such a wonderful way with words and the humanity in the book made me cry at times. I w...Read More

A Master stroke In indian Writing

Nov 13, 2004 02:39 AMRead

It occurred during my travelling from Trichy to chennai in train... my Brother Brought me a book & suggested me to make A trial during travelling .Of course the Book is The English teacher.The writing style Of R.K.N is extra-ordinary took me to the world Of reality. The life lead By ...Read More

The English Teacher

Jul 14, 2004 12:57 PMRead

This novel in the series of Bachelor of Arts and the English Teacher is a wonderful revelation of human psychology and the deep imprint of the cultural ethos on the settings in Malgudi.Dubbed as R K Narayan's autobiography, this piece is a story of the English Teacher Krishnan and his wife L...Read More

Signature Stuff

Oct 16, 2003 07:29 PMRead

This book is an authentic R. K. Narayan work. As usual, the description of his characters is nothing short of astounding, you can really feel as if you have met these characters or that you know them personally, such is the level of description in the author's writing.The story is primarily ...Read More

.::When love crosses the barriers of life::.

Jun 07, 2003 05:32 AMRead

This, probably, is my third and last attempt to pen a successful review on this book. My previous two attempts, if put in simple language, were royal blunders, and all this thanks to the rich, multi-faceted nature of this book which I had picked up somewhere in late October last year. The reason...Read More

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