v.s. Naipaul's new book, The Masque of Africa, has not been well received by critics.
Cranky old v.s. Naipaul is such an unpleasant bore that Paul Theroux even wrote a book about his lousy, misogynistic ways.
Your influences include William Trevor, Tolstoy, Turgenev, Dickens, Graham Greene, v.s. Pritchett, and Elizabeth Bowen.
Nobel prizewinning novelist v.s. Naipaul has slammed her for the sin of sentimentality.
A shocking new biography reveals a brutal truth behind the fiction of v.s. Naipaul.
The city was described by v.s. Naipaul in his 1979 novel A Bend in the River as “a place where the future has come and gone.”
Among the favorites must be Trinidadian author v.s. Naipaul, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2001.
Where else would you go from Shakespeare to contemporary politics to v.s. Naipaul and then Sufi musi?
In a Free Stateby v.s. Naipaul A fictionalized memoir by the Man Booker International Prize nominee.
This is rather a nice operation, but I have seen a lady perform it quite as well as any v.s.