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Amit Chaudhuri ☆ The Vintage Book of Modern Indian Literature pdf In recent years American readers have been thrilling to the work of such Indian writers as Salman Rushdie and Vikram Seth Now this extravagant and wonderfully discerning anthology unfurls the full diversity of Indian literature from the 1850s to the present presenting today’s brightest talents in the company of their distinguished forbearers and likely heirs The thirty eight authors collected by nov