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Nataraj has never made any enemies. The friendly printing press owner has a reputation for being an amicable man. His city, the lovely and unforgettable Malgudi, is like him, peaceful and quiet. However, a despicable taxidermist moves into Nataraj s attic, filling it with a stuffed jungle full of pythons, hyenas, tigers and other nightmarish atrocities. Dancing girls flock around the man, making Nataraj hate him even more. But nothing makes Nataraj despise the man more than his thirst for bigger game. When Vasu sets his sights on the temple elephant, Nataraj decides that he needs to be stopped, one way or the other.

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Title: The Maneater Of Malgudi
Author: R K Narayan
Publisher: Penguin Random House India
ISBN: 9780143414964
SKU: BK0033213
EAN: 9780143414964
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Reading age : All Age Groups

About Author

R.K. Narayan was born in Madras, South India, in 1906, and educated there and at Maharaja's College in Mysore. His first novel, Swami and Friends and its successor, The Bachelor of Arts, are both set in the enchanting fictional territory of Malgudi and are only two out of the twelve novels he based there. In 1958 Narayan's work The Guide won him the National Prize of the Indian Literary Academy, his country's highest literary honor. In addition to his novels, Narayan has authored five collections of short stories, including A Horse and Two Goats, Malguidi Days, and Under the Banyan Tree, two travel books, two volumes of essays, a volume of memoirs, and the re-told legends Gods, Demons and Others, The Ramayana, and the Mahabharata. In 1980 he was awarded the A.C. Benson Medal by the Royal Society of Literature and in 1982 he was made an Honorary Member of the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. Narayan died in 2001.

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