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Aspettando il Mahatma Un romanzo d a la cui trama segue l evolversi degli eventi che hanno segnato l indipendenza dell India e insieme rievoca la figura del Mahatma Gandhi Tutto comincia con Sriram, un ingenuo sognatore abituato a vivere nel guscio protettivo della famiglia, che scopre l arrivo del Mahatma grazie a una giovane donna bella e agguerrita L affascinante Bharati, figlia adottiva di Gandhi, lo converte al suo credo e cos pi per a che per convinzione, Sriram sposer la causa del guru in missione nei piccoli villaggi dell India. Best Download [ Aspettando il Mahatma ] author [ R.K. Narayan ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. Despite being a devoted follower of Gandhi, Sriram understands very little of Gandhi s philosophy And it seems to be true for everyone except Gandhi s immediate circle And there must have been little to interest a villager in national politics, leave alone abstracts concepts like independence or nonviolence Sriram is in it mostly for his own...

  2. 4 The usual suspect of a very promising start Only this time the latter half is also good.Many similarities with his other works Its like a new dish prepared using the same ingredients First there is this young protagonist being idle and inheriting lots of wealth like Talkative Man Falls for a strong female character doing social work Raman and Daisy from Painter of SignsThe tongue in cheek dialogues and witty replies thought in head but not spoken Nataraj from Man Eater of MalgudiHeav 4 The usual suspect of a very promising start Only this time the latter half is also good.Many similarities with his other works Its like a new dish prepared using the same ingredients First there is this young protagonist being idle and inheriting lots of wealth like Talkative Man Falls for a strong female character doing social work Raman an...

  3. I make it a point to start my year by reading a book by an Indian author and i couldn t have asked for a better book than Waiting For The Mahatma by R.K Narayan I have always enjoyed his satiric writing Set in the same place Malgudi , this book revolves around Sriram a young aimless boy, who is smitten by a girl named Bharthi and goes after her blindly leaving his granny and finds out that she is one of the volunteer who works for Mahatma Sriram joins the group in a jest to impress Bharth I make it a point to start my year by reading a book by an Indian author a...

  4. Not a review, this one, my little homage to a novel I found original and beautiful.I remember I read it when I was in my mid twenties, on a train from Milan to that wonderful city that us Copenhagen Although this novel appears to be, at first sight, realistic, there is magic in it I say it in inverted commas because what I mean by it is not any sorcery, but that this novel, I strongly believe, has a soul It breathes, it has an energy going through it, in waves, from beginning to end I can Not a review, this one, my little homage to a novel I found original and beautiful.I remember I read it when I was in my mid twenties, on a train from Milan to that wonderful city that us Copenhagen Although this novel appears to be, at first sight, realistic, there is magic in it I say it in inverted commas because what I mean by it is not any sorcery, but that this novel, I strongly believe, has a soul It breathes, it has an energy going through it, in waves, from beginning to end I can t quite put my finger on it, unlike other styles, I have not worked out its secrets this soul is there, yet I have never been able to find how it was created by Narayan And what did I expect from a novel on the Great Soul What better way to talk about Mahatmaji than by br...

  5. Shashi Tharoor in his book Bookless in Baghdad wrote about the simplicity of Narayan s writing On the death of R.K., he said he had a mixed feeling because he always found Narayan s English too bland and grammatically incorrect for anyone s taste He called R.K a man who never wanted to learn and lived a negligent life Narayan would have himself partially agreed with Tharoor He never wanted to influence his writing from anyone else s and thus never read any other author s work strange in i Shashi Tharoor in his book Bookless in Baghdad wrote about the simplicity of Narayan s writing On the death of R.K., he said he had a mixed feeling because he always found Narayan s English too bland and grammatically incorrect for anyone s taste He called R.K a man who never wanted to learn and lived a negligent life Nar...

  6. Easily among RKN s best works, right up there with Swami and Friends and The Painter of Signs RKN has always specialized in absurdity, the very commonality of the common man that shines through in the most profound or historic of moments And when that gets applied to something as serious as the freedom struggle, what you get is a masterpiece.Given the task of painting Quit India on village walls, he obsesses that the Q takespaint, reducing the tail, ending up with Ouit India The v Easily among RKN s best works, right up there with Swami and Friends and The Painter of Signs RKN has always specialized in absurdity, the very commonality of the common man that shines through in the most profound or historic of moments And when that gets applied to something as serious as the freedom struggle, what you get is a masterpiece.Given the task of painting Quit India on village walls, he obsesses that the Q takespaint, reducing the tail, ending up with Ouit India The villagers asked How long ought this to be on our wall, sir Till it takes effect What does it say, sir It is Quit meaning that the British must leave ...

  7. I think it took a great deal of real courage to write and publish Waiting for Mahatma in 1955 The novel, set largely in his fictional city of Malgudi India, begins around 1939 and ends in 1947, just before the partitioning of India Waiting for Mahatma centers on a young man named Sriram who lives with his grandmother He is...

  8. I have really enjoyed the book I have to admit that at the beginning I did not know very well where it was leading, but I ended up enjoying it a lot However, it may be difficult to understand or enjoy if you expect a typical plot with an introduction phase, a conflict, development and resolution It is not that the book lacks it, it is that, under my point of view, it isfocused on characters s feelings and in historical events rather than in the plot itself The plot, in fact, is a quite I have really enjoyed the book I have to admit that at the beginning I did not know very well where it was leading, but I ended up enjoying it a lot However, it may be difficult to understand or enjoy if you expect a typical plot with an introduction phase, a conflict, development and resolution It is not that the book lacks it, it is that, under my point of view, it isfocused on characters s feelings and in historical events rather than in the plot itself The plot, in fact, is a quite simple one Easy to follow, typical, nothing essentially original, but because the weight relies on the other points I have mentioned before.The charm of the main characters under my point of view is that both are complementary to one another What one lacks the other has it so even though you may...

  9. R.K Narayan takes us to a place called Malgudi which is a fictional town, familiar to readers of his stories.This is a love story which takes place at the time when Mahatma Gandhi was one of the key players in leading India s struggle for freedom Sriram, gets in to India s freedom struggle because he wants to be around Bharati and less because of his love for his country Before meeting Bharati he led an idle life, without any aims, taken care by his grandmother He decides to leave his grandmo R.K Narayan takes us to a place called Malgudi which is a fictional town, fami...

  10. A compassionate, simple love story set during the times of the Indian independence A refreshing and quick read, Waiting for the Mahatma kept me smiling with many things I could relate especially about Granny and Bhrathi R.K Narayan s writing and sense of style may not delight many, but ther...