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note on G.V. Desani"s All about H. Hatterr and Hali
|Other titles||G.V. Desani, a consideration of his All about H. Hatterr and Hali.|
|Statement||edited by Peter Russell and Khushwant Singh ; with appreciative comments by J.R. Ackerley ... [et al.].|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Hatterr is the son of a European merchant officer and a lady from Penang who has been raised and educated in missionary schools in Calcutta.4/5(43). Get this from a library. A note on G.V. Desani's All about H.
Hatterr and Hali. [Peter Russell; Khushwant Singh]. Govindas Vishnoodas Desani or G. Desani, () was a Kenyan-born, British-educated Indian writer and Buddhist philosopher. The son of a merchant, he began his career as a journalist, and achieved fame with the cult novel All About H.
Hatterr (), considered one of the finest examples of literature in English and a novel that compares favourably with Joyce's Ulysses/5.
If there’s a worldwide shortage of exclamation points today, you can probably blame it on the publication of G. Desani’s All About H. Hatterr, a book so demented and brilliant that it not only detonates about a dozen “!”s per page, but actually justifies this extravagance.
For sheer hilarity, All About cannot be beaten. A note on G.V. Note on G.V. Desanis All about H. Hatterr and Hali book All about H. Hatterr and Hali, Russell, Peter and Singh, Khushwant (eds.), London, (Comments and summarizes discussion of All About H. Hatterr and Hali.) Writing black Britain An interdisciplinary anthology.
Excerpts of All About H. Hatterr. Perspectives on Indian Fiction in English, M.K. Naik editor. In short order Desani's All About H. Hatterr joined James Joyce's Ulysses and Finnegan's Wake in fleshing out an exotic, polyglot, supra-national novel that reinvigorated the Mother Tongue.
Hatterr had a major influence on contemporaries including Saul Bellow and later writers, including Salman Rushdie, both of whom were generous enough to credit Desani's masterpiece as inspiring their own work in.
Desani - whose brilliant s shaggy-dog novel All About H Hatterr inspired Midnight's Children - what enchants, is a 'rigmarole English', as Hatterr would say, all its own.” – The Guardian (UK)Cited by: 9. In the "All About " section (signed and dated by the author, G.V.
Desani), an autobiographical chapter that details the ostensibly 'real' experiences of the author in his quest to get the manuscript of All About H. Hatterr published, he details one encounter with a Miss Betty Bloomsbohemia, to. All About H. Hatterr by G. Desani. Publication date Topics Borrow this book to access EPUB files.
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During this period, he wrote his best known work of fiction, the experimental novel All About Mr. Hatterr (later republished and revised as All About H. Hatterr). On publication the book. Govindas Vishnoodas Desani or G. Desani (–) was a Kenyan-born, British-educated Indian writer and Buddhist scholar.
The son of a merchant, he began his career as a journalist, and achieved fame with the cult novel All About H. Hatterr (), considered a fine example of midcentury modernism. Editor, with Peter Russell, A Note on G.V. Desani's "All about H.
Hatterr" and "Hali. " London and Amsterdam, Szeben, Editor, with Jaya Thadani, Land of the Five Rivers: Stories of the Punjab. Page - States, and for other purposes;" in order to establish justice, promote the welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish the following constitution or form of government; and do mutually agree with each other to form ourselves into a free and independent State, by the name of the STATE OF.
OHIO. His lone novel, the cult classic "All About H. Hatterr" (NYRB Classics, pages, $), tracks the misadventures of a clever misfit, Hatterr, half-British, half-Malay — a "fiftyfifty of the species" — through the mystical Orient, as he searches for enlightenment, but instead only narrowly averts having his pants stolen.
Export Duties. Save to My Colloquies. Tags: India, I've been working on the Indian, or rather, Kenyan-Indian-English-American, writer G.V. Desani (–). One of Desani’s recurring themes, in his single novel All About H. Hatterr and his other English-language writings, is the injuries of public circulation.
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G.V. Desani's "All about r" is another one of those books that I consider high art. It amazes me that he is virtually unknown in India -- I searched high and dry for his books in India and it was all in vain. And less known in this country than say R.K.
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The Oxford Companion to English Literature calls this book "eccentric and inventive novel" having inspired even Rushdie and I. Allan Sealy's Trotter-Nama.
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