Penguin India Publication
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This omnibus collects three of Mulk Raj Anand's most famous works.
Inspired by the experiences of his aunt, Anand writes of how the mere act of eating with a person of a lower caste is considered a forbidden act in Indian society.
A young boy, Munoo, experiences crippling poverty as a result of the socio-political structures that were encouraged by the British Rule and India's caste system.
Private Life of an Indian Prince
Originally intended to be an autobiography, this story gives readers several insights into Anand's life