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Book Review Pico Iyer’s The Man Within My Head  

 

Reviewed by:

Anshita Deval

Research Scholar, NET-JRF, SET Qualified

University Of Rajasthan

India

Pico Iyer (Siddharth Pico Raghavan Iyer) is a british-born travel writer and journalist of Indian descent who presently, stays in Japan with his Japanese wife. In his work The Man Within My Head (2012), the novelist explores and explains the mystical kinship which he has felt with the British writer Graham Greene whom he never met. In his non-linear narrative, he seems to be taking an outward as well as inward journey. The book takes us to the realm of that inexplicable influence Greene exerted upon him, within and around.

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Book Review: Pico Iyer’s The Man Within My Head

 

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