Naipaul

[nahy-pawl]
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Contemporary Examples of naipaul

  • Of course Naipaul is wrong; many women write as well as he does including Jane Austen.

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    Shut Up, Naipaul!

    June 3, 2011

  • Boyd notes, however, that “there is a new problem for avid readers of Naipaul—an inescapable one.”

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    The Best of Brit Lit

    Peter Stothard

    October 7, 2010

  • Naipaul sees garbage everywhere—even the rare absence of garbage impresses.

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    The Best of Brit Lit

    Peter Stothard

    October 7, 2010

  • More than that, it grants the reader repeated glimpses into the process through which Naipaul put his books together.

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    Naipaul's Art of Darkness

    Amitava Kumar

    December 26, 2008


British Dictionary definitions for naipaul

Naipaul

noun
  1. Sir V (idiadhar) S (urajprasad). born 1932, Trinidadian novelist of Indian descent, living in Britain. His works include A House for Mr Biswas (1961), In a Free State (1971), which won the Booker Prize, A Bend in the River (1979), The Enigma of Arrival (1987), and Beyond Belief (1998): Nobel prize for literature 2001
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