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The cyclist ; His fifth woman : two plays

Author: Vijay Tendulkar; B Bhaneja
Publisher: New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006.
Series: Oxford India paperbacks.
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These two plays by the legendary Vijay Tendulkar are a critique of Indian society and the reality surrounding the playwright. Once intended to be his last play, The Cyclist is a skilfully crafted, uninterrupted, single piece about the adventure of life told through a cyclist's journey. Apart from being a journey in geographical terms, it is a psychological exploration of the protagonist's mind. His Fifth Woman, a  Read more...
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Tendulkar, Vijay, 1928-2008.
Cyclist.
New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006
(OCoLC)608417495
Online version:
Tendulkar, Vijay, 1928-2008.
Cyclist.
New Delhi ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006
(OCoLC)610036610
Named Person: Vijay Tendulkar; Vijay Tendulkar
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Vijay Tendulkar; B Bhaneja
ISBN: 9780195676402 0195676408
OCLC Number: 69680320
Language Note: Translated from Marathi.
Notes: Plays.
Description: xiv, 79 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Balwant Bhaneja --
the Cyclist --
His Fifth Woman ---
Vijay Tendulkar: a note.
Series Title: Oxford India paperbacks.
Other Titles: His fifth woman.
Safar/Cyclewallah.
Responsibility: by Vijay Tendulkar with an introduction and translation of The cyclist by Balwant Bhaneja.
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Presents two plays by the legendary Vijay Tendulkar, which are a critique of Indian society and the reality surrounding the playwright. "His Fifth Woman" brings to play the injustices and  Read more...

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