Kamala Markandaya (1924 – May 16, 2004) was a pseudonym used by Kamala
Purnaiya Taylor, an Indian novelist and journalist. A native of Mysore, India, ...
Kamala Markandaya, pseudonym of Kamala Purnaiya, married name Kamala
Taylor (born 1924, Chimakurti, India—died May 16, 2004, London, England) ...
India, Kamala Markandaya learned traditional Hindu culture and values. She was
raised ... In her lifetime, Kamala Markandaya published ten novels, all dealing.
Kamala Markandaya by Margaret P. Joseph, New Delhi, Arnold-Heinemann,
1980; Cross-Cultural Interaction in Indian English Fiction: An Analysis of the
May 12, 2008 ... Kamala (Purnaiya) Taylor, who wrote under the pseudonym of Kamala
Markandaya was born in the town of Mysore in Southern India in 1924 ...
Though Kamala Markandaya (1924-2004) spent most of her life as a writer in
England, her eleven novels (beginning with Nectar in a Sieve, 1954), were set ...
Boston, 21 May 2004 – Indo-British novelist Kamala Markandaya, whose works
were first published in the 1950s, passed away Sunday May 18 at her home in ...
Kamala Markandaya's strength as a novelist comes from her sensitive creation of
individual characters and situations which are simultaneously representative of ...
ABSTRACT Hunger and starvation is the theme of many an Indo-Anglian novel,
particularly postIndependence novel. Kamala Markandaya in brief have tried to ...
Kamala Markandaya derives the title Nectar in a Sieve from. Coleridge, whose
lines ... Kamala Markandaya has subtitled the novel as A Novel of. Rural India to