Sensitive Relationships, Subtle Satire and Startling Irony: Keki N Daruwalla’s Short Fiction
Keywords:Keki N Daruwala, Indian Writings in English
This research paper presents a synoptic sketch of Keki N Daruwala’s the literary oeuvre and discusses his contribution to the genre of Indian Writings in English.
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