From Heaven Lake: Travelling Across Cultures by Vikram Seth
Travelling across culture is an endeavour to spread knowledge about the visiting provinces, on the route of the China, Nepal and India to his readers. This research work focuses on the prominent novelist, poet, and nonfiction writer, Vikram Seth. He who has been known as a citizen of the world. He is a cultural traveller. The work of Vikram Seth is a large variety of encyclopaedic and traditional forms and the places of his poetry and prose moves across the world, making literary homes of distant lands and cultures.
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