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  Name : Samarth Course : BBA Section : B Register no : 19MG1K1091   Title  : Discuss the themes of deception , revenge and ironies in life of R K Naraya n’s astrologer’s day Department : Management    Content s.no topics Page no. 1) R .K. Narayan 1-2 2) Introduction 3-4 3) Summary 4-5 4) Themes 6-9 5) Bibliography 10   R.K. Narayan     R.K. Narayan , in full Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayan , srcinal name Rasipuram Krishnaswami Narayanswami , (born October 10, 1906, Madras [Chennai], India — died May 13, 2001, Madras), one of the finest Indian authors of his generation writing in English.   Reared by his grandmother, Narayan completed his education in 1930 and briefly worked as a teacher before deciding to devote himself to writing. His first novel, Swami and Friends  (1935), is an episodic narrative recounting the adventures of a group of schoolboys. That book and much of Narayan’s later works are set in the fictitious South Indian town of Malgudi. Narayan typically portrays the peculiarities of human relationships and the ironies of Indian daily life, in which modern urban existence clashes with ancient tradition. His style is graceful, marked by genial humour, elegance, and simplicity.  Among the best- received of Narayan’s 34 novels are The English Teacher   (1945), Waiting for the Mahatma  (1955), The Guide  (1958), The Man-Eater of Malgudi  (1961), The Vendor of Sweets (1967), and  A Tiger for Malgudi  (1983). Narayan also wrote  a number of short stories; collections include Lawley Road  (1956),  A Horse and Two Goats and Other Stories  (1970), Under the Banyan Tree and Other Stories  (1985), and The Grandmother’s  Tale  (1993). In addition to works of nonfiction (chiefly memoirs), he also published shortened modern prose versions of two Indian epics, The Ramayana  (1972) and The Mahabharata  (1978).

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