The Fiction of Rohinton Mistry: Critical Studies
Prestige Books, 1998 - Canadian fiction - 136 pages
Rohinton Mistry, The Socio-Political Novelist Has Emerged As A Formidable Writer On The World Literary Scene. This Book Presents A Wide Spectrum Of Critical Responses To Mistry`S Fiction.
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