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    check this out - literature ebooks

    a site with tons of ebooks on literature , stories , poems and quotes.

    www.gardenofdelights.tk

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    name of author required

    I read books by a British Vetenarian these were humorus accounts of his country practice, I have forgotten the name of the author and am unable to search for his books in the US.

    If anybody knows of this author please give me his name.

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    www.gutenberg.com is a site for free e-books ...

    its got a whole range of rare books of all ages
    the romantic period , the renaissance period ...............


    check it out ...
    and get free e-books

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    hope you guys dont' mind me posting it here.

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    Vandana ,





    Quote Originally Posted by Vandana
    I read books by a British Vetenarian these were humorus accounts of his country practice, I have forgotten the name of the author and am unable to search for his books in the US.

    Could it be "James Herriot" ?
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    I read books by a British Vetenarian these were humorus accounts of his country practice, I have forgotten the name of the author and am unable to search for his books in the US.

    If anybody knows of this author please give me his name.

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    It is James Herriot (James Alfred Wight)

    Books

    If Only They Could Talk (1970)
    It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet (1972)
    All Creatures Great and Small (1972)
    Let Sleeping Vets Lie (1974)
    Vet in Harness (1974)
    All Things Bright and Beautiful (1974)
    Vets Might Fly (1976)
    Vet in a Spin (1977)
    All Things Wise and Wonderful (1977)
    James Herriot's Yorkshire (1979)
    The Lord God Made Them All (1981)
    Every Living Thing (1992)
    James Herriot's Cat Stories (1994)
    James Herriot's Favourite Dog Stories (1995)
    Only One Woof 1974


    In the United States, Herriot's novels were considered too short to publish independently, and so several pairs of novels were collected into omnibus volumes. The title All Creatures Great and Small was taken from the second line of the hymn All Things Bright and Beautiful, and inspired by a punning suggestion from Herriot's daughter, who thought the book should be called Ill Creatures Great and Small.

    All Creatures Great and Small (1972) (incorporating If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet)
    All Things Bright and Beautiful (1974) (incorporating Let Sleeping Vets Lie and Vet in Harness)
    All Things Wise and Wonderful (1977) (incorporating Vets Might Fly and Vet in a Spin)
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    The Hindu Literary Prize goes to debut novel

    http://www.thehindu.com/arts/books/a...?homepage=true

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    VS Naipaul says he won't write about India any more

    http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...farrukh-dhondy


    Karnad slams 'tone-deaf' Naipaul

    http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...indian-culture


    Rabindranath Tagore a 'second-rate playwright', Girish Karnad says

    "Tagore was a great poet but a mediocre and second-rate playwright. He produced his plays but those were never produced by his contemporaries. The contemporary Bengali theatre never accepted them. I think they did one or two plays. His comedy succeeded but not his other plays."


    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/i...w/17160257.cms

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