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The Maharani's new wall and other poems

Author: David Ray
Publisher: Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press, ©1989.
Series: Wesleyan poetry.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Ray
ISBN: 0819521647 9780819521644 081951165X 9780819511652
OCLC Number: 19490912
Description: 72 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Two before the temple --
Chat with a holy man --
My rooftop room --
Jaipur --
hash --
Statue of Gandhiji --
By a lake near Jaipur --
Rooftop room --
Unauthorized colonies --
Maharani's new wall --
Optometrist --
Purdah --
Sociology --
Funeral procession --
Peacocks --
Family --
Elysium in the halls of Hell --
Progress of the soul --
Address to a child --
Well in India --
Villagers --
Hundred-year-old scotch in Rajasthan --
Roadmenders --
Armory --
Little incident --
Human donkey --
Grapes of wrath --
Near the red fort --
Bus from Delhi --
Peasant girl --
In Bombay --
Mammalapuram --
At a fortress in India --
Ganges at dawn --
Rickshaw wallah told us --
Agra near the Taj --
Tour group --
Yama --
Ajanta --
Caves --
Heroes --
At the hill station --
Lovers --
Leaving --
Back home --
Lobster --
Riskshaw wallahs --
Gas cylinder --
Three prayers : after Tagore --
Razor's edge.
Series Title: Wesleyan poetry.
Responsibility: David Ray.

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