|20040226||20041127||Mukti Jain Campion celebrates the man known as the INDIAn Dickens and as the founding father of INDIAn Literature in English: Mulk Raj Anand.|
His classic novel Untouchable was inspired by Gandhi but also, more curiously, owed much to his friendships with the famous Bloomsbury group in 1920s LONDON.
With readings by Roshan Seth
|20041127||Mukti Jain Campion celebrates the life of the founding father of Indian Literature in English, Mulk Raj Anand who died recently at the age of 98.|
Author of the classic novel Untouchable he is often described as the Indian Dickens but his long literary career began in London in the 1920s, amongst the famous Bloomsbury Group.