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  1. says:

    One of the books I enjoyed reading the most as a young adult and which didn't disappoint when I re read it later A gigantic best seller in its time unjustly forgotten but weirdly enough still popular in France another of those American novels I read in French at the time A tale about imperial India written by a writer who deserves

  2. says:

    I had this book on my shelves for almost an year now and always picked something else instead of it I don`t know why I was reluctant probably because of the cover which made it look like a cheap book with cheesy storyline But I was so wrong I

  3. says:

    Louis Bromfield a prominent author before WWII now largely forgotten wrote popular novels and championed organic a

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    This book was an incredible read Thank you GR for directing me to it and to an author new to me It was long but compulsively readable with a great cast of characters and so many insights into human nature I just loved it

  5. says:

    One of my favorite books I read it about once a year

  6. says:

    One of the most beautiful and moving narratives of India I ever read while in high school Back then I really was passionate about anything that

  7. says:

    I finished this about a week ago I love to read the great forgotten authors and in my opinion Bromfield is one of the best If you enjoy reading Hemmingway you would also love Bromfield

  8. says:

    I liked this book very much The author was complete stranger to me I found the book on the shelf among other old ones old editions in a private library and I do not regret picking it The facts about life in India accord with what I had read in a travel book of Czech author who lived in India for uite time later in the 20th century he worked there when he was young as a volunteer at Service Civil International His name i

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    Written way back in 1937 this Novel of Modern India has everything Great plot excellent characterizations sweeping history drama romance and hum

  10. says:

    Brilliant book written by someone who loves an understands that country and its people and accepts it with their merits and flaws Loved every sentence of it

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gs Nežēlīgajā stihijā kas piepeši pārņem Randžipuru vērotājs sāk cīņu sašķeltais top vesels samai This book was an incredible read Thank you GR for directing me to it and to an author new to me It was long but compulsively readable with a great cast of characters and so many insights into human nature I just loved it

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Tātais atgūst skaidrību un egoists iemācās mīlēt Un nevienam nav ļauts pretoties jaunās Indijas tapšanai Written way back in 1937 this Novel of Modern India has everything Great plot excellent characterizations sweeping history drama romance and humor It s no wonder it was made into a movie in 1939 Hollywood s Golden Year with a somewhat simpler plot and fewer characters I saw the movie first starring Myrna Loy Tyrone Power as an Indian and George Brent with a stellar supporting cast Then I was lucky enough to find a hardback on E bay with the stars of the film on the back of the dust jacket I highly recommend both the book and the movie Good old fashioned entertainment

Read ï PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Í Louis Bromfield

Romānā „Lieti nāk” tēlota Indija kā cilvēka meklējumu galamērķis kurā neviens nespēj palikt nemain Louis Bromfield a prominent author before WWII now largely forgotten wrote popular novels and championed organic agriculture and socialism This long fast moving novel set in a princely state in India in the 1930s follows the intersecting lives of American missionaries British bureaucrats Indians from all walks and European expatriates as they cope with a severe earthuake and ensuing flood and cholera outbreak The plot was compelling the characters believable and the descriptions resonant My main uibble too much socialist philosophizing especially toward the end