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Title: Comment on the gurkha’s daughter
Other Titles: Review article, SOCIAL TRENDS, Vol.2 No.1, March 2015, p 189-197
Authors: Chhetri, Kumar
Keywords: English fiction
Nepali Diasporas
Issue Date: Mar-2015
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Description: Although the British colonizers, anthropologist and administrators have produced a bulk of ethnographic accounts, travelogues, military accounts, and research papers there is no sufficient English literary work which centers on the life of the Nepalis. The earlier available works were either based on the life of Nepalis in Darjeeling or on the Himalayan kingdom (Nepal), whereas the present work The Gurkha’s Daughter by Prajwal Parajuly is unique in the sense that it engulfs the life of the Nepalis both in Nepal and its Diasporas around the world in eight short stories. Despite being fiction the stories carry the social reality of everyday life experiences of the Nepali people and its Diasporas.
ISSN: 2348-6538
Appears in Collections:Vol. 02 No. 1 (March 2015)

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