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Lives Without Meaning: (translated from Hindi)

By Deepak, Om, Prakash

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Book Id: WPLBN0100000500
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Reproduction Date: 6/12/2017

Title: Lives Without Meaning: (translated from Hindi)  
Author: Deepak, Om, Prakash
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, New Delhi
Collections: Literature, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China
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Publisher: Kalpana Publications, India
Member Page: Sunil Deepak


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A glimpse in the life of the poor in the mid-20th century's Delhi (India), where poor Krisana declared a criminal because of his poverty, shares his destiny with a girl about which he had heard.

Life of Kisana, a boy from a street of Old Delhi in the years around India's independence. His poverty lands him in jail. The label of being a criminal closes other life opportunities. Book originally written in Hindi and published in 1968 has been translated into English by Ranjana Srivastav.


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