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By Mulk Raj Anand

Bakha is a tender guy, proud or even beautiful, but none the fewer he's an outcast in India's caste procedure: an Untouchable. In deceptively easy prose this groundbreaking novel describes an afternoon within the lifetime of Bakha, sweeper and toilet-cleaner, as he searches for a aspiring to the tragic lifestyles he has been born into - and is derived to an unforeseen end. Mulk Raj Anand poured a energy, fireplace and richness of aspect into his arguable paintings, which led him to be acclaimed as his country's Charles Dickens and one of many 20th century's most crucial Indian writers.

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