6 edition of circle of reason found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR9499.3.G536 C57 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||423 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||2005040379|
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The Circle of Reason is the first novel by Indian author, Amitav Ghosh. The story of Nachiketa Bose, known throughout the narration as Alu because of his misshapen head, is related from his arrival at his uncle Balarams house in the Bengali town of /5(93).
The Circle of Reason is the first novel by Indian author, Amitav Ghosh. The story of Nachiketa Bose, known throughout the narration as Alu because of his misshapen head, is related from his arrival at his uncle Balaram’s house in the Bengali town /5(23).
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The Circle of Reason. ISBN: Type: A Novel Publisher: Roli Books. A saga of flight and pursuit, this novel chronicles the adventures of Alu, a young master weaver who is wrongly suspected of being a terrorist.
Chased from Bengal to Bombay and on through the Persian Gulf to North Africa by a bird-watching police inspector, Alu. Other articles where The Circle of Reason is discussed: Amitav Ghosh: His first novel, The Circle of Reason (), follows an Indian protagonist who, suspected of being a terrorist, leaves India for northern Africa and the Middle East.
Blending elements of fable and picaresque fiction, it is distinctly postcolonial in its marginalization of Europe and postmodern in its nonlinear.
A picaresque tale, with comic and intellectual overtures, THE CIRCLE OF REASON tells the story of the orphan Alu, adopted by his elderly uncle, a teacher in a small Indian village.
Do you think The Circle of Reason needs a follow-up book. Why or why not. please no more on this story line. Any additional comments. Compared to Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke, Glass Palace, Hungry Tide, Circle of Reason had a less steady hand on the plot.
The characters were thinner and less compelling: I gladly said goodbye to them at the end. The Circle is a disturbing book, not only because of the troubling ' And we mostly do that without pausing to wonder what the repercussions may be.