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Fri Mar 21 17:03:35 2014 UTClccn-n840904520.08Arion and the dolphin /0.250.97Vikram Seth : multiple locations, multiple affiliations /109238969Vikram_Sethn 840904521095742Saisi, Weikelamu, 1952-Seth, VikramSeṭha, Vikrama 1952-Vikram Seth.Vikram Seth, 1952-Weikelamu Saisi, 1952-סת, ויקרם, 1952-塞思, 维克拉姆, 1952-塞斯, 维克拉姆, 1952-维克拉姆. 塞思, 1952-维克拉姆·塞斯, 1952-lccn-n87938555Ray, Janeilllccn-n77011076Arionactive 628 B.C.-625 B.C.lccn-n89235174Shankar, Ravi1960-illlccn-nr96005341Roth, Aleclccn-no2010176555Jonkheer, Christienlccn-n84002568Bates, Alan1934-2003lccn-no2010200097Ebrahim, Vincentnp-bentinck, timBentinck, Timnp-karpf, eveKarpf, Evelccn-no2009094004Honoré, Philippe(Violinist)prfitrSeth, Vikram1952-FictionDomestic fictionBiographyHistoryPoetryLegendsMusical settingsDramaRadio playsLove storiesIndiaSeth, Vikram,ViolinistsChamber music groupsPianistsEngland--LondonFamiliesInterracial marriageEast IndiansManners and customsAuthors, EnglishHomesCity and town lifeYuppiesCalifornia--San FranciscoTravelChina--Tibet Autonomous RegionChina--Xinjiang Uygur ZizhiquChinese poetryTang Dynasty (China)AnimalsFablesMusiciansDeafnessIndic poetry (English)PoetryArion,JewsIndian literatureMan-woman relationshipsOperas--LibrettosJews, GermanSongs (High voice) with instrumental ensembleSong cyclesSongs (High voice) with guitarGuitar musicMarriage customs and ritesGreeceFolkloreChildren's storiesVocal trios with orchestraLove storiesRadio playsDomestic dramaRadio programsDolphinsChinaChildren's stories, Indic (English)Mythology, GreekIndic fiction (English)195219801981198219831984198519861987198819901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320152016201913540169727823PR9499.3.S38ocn760582537ocn056072795ocn438931625ocn779968956ocn725198845ocn725198835ocn761024864ocn725553134ocn837002012ocn056581075299994ocn027013350book19930.22Seth, VikramA suitable boy : a novelHistoryFictionDomestic fictionLove storiesTells the story of four large extended families in 1950s India against the political and religious upheavals of the time+-+5550745155207256ocn040912635book19990.21Seth, VikramAn equal musicFictionA second-time-around romance between Michael, a violinist and Julia, a pianist. He runs into her on a London bus and learns she is married to a banker and has a son. They resume their love, but drama lies ahead as Julia is going deaf. By the author of A Suitable Boy+-+7647542125114824ocn012081140book19850.27Seth, VikramThe Golden Gate : a novel in verseFiction+-+520982421556311ocn027812161book19920.28Wang, WeiThree Chinese poets : translations of poems by Wang Wei, Li Bai, and Du FuThe three T'ang dynasty poets translated here are among the greatest literary figures of China, or indeed the world. Responding differently to their common times, Wang Wei, Li Bai, and Du Fu crystallize the immense variety of China and the Chinese poetic tradition and, across a distance of twelve hundred years, move the reader as it is rare for even poetry to do+-+797504515554020ocn031132966book19940.08Seth, VikramArion and the dolphinJuvenile worksFictionLegendsSailing home with a prize of gold won in a contest, Arion faces death at the hands of the crew who covet his treasure+-+493809070545524ocn020827714book19900.37Seth, VikramAll you who sleep tonight : poems+-+207582421540727ocn029357557book19910.29Seth, VikramBeastly tales from here and therePoetryA collection of ten animal fables in verse. The first two come from India, the next two come from China, the next two from Greece, and the next two from the Ukraine. The final two are from the Land of Gup+-+405844203632431033ocn013159876book19860.24Seth, VikramThe Golden GateFiction+-+62739662053242239ocn060051986book19850.70Seth, VikramThe humble administrator's garden+-+283008103532420727ocn012114759book19830.24Seth, VikramFrom Heaven Lake : travels through Sinkiang and TibetAn unusual and intriguing exploration of one of the world's least known areas+-+473544203632419217ocn173191047rcrd20000.14Seth, VikramA suitable boyHistoryFictionDramaAudio adaptationsDomestic fictionRadio playsSet in 1950's India, Mrs. Rupa Mehra attempts to find a 'suitable' husband for her daughter. Potential suitors are appraised by members of the whole family for their merits and respectability. With Lata studying English at Brahmpur University, however, there lurks the possibility that she will fall in love with someone of her own choice whom her mother may not approve. Lata's story is recalled along with those of friends and relatives against the backdrop of India's first General Election+-+58994981053241798ocn044058393book20000.12Seth, VikramAn equal musicFiction13910ocn041323974rcrd19990.12Seth, VikramAn equal musicFictionYears after separating, gifted musician Michael Holme is reunited with his former lover, talented pianist Julia McNicholl, during a musical tour of Vienna, unaware that she is hiding her increasing deafness, and together they must confront their feelings for each other and the music that brought them together+-+218170800512613ocn751055286book20110.28Seth, VikramThe rivered earthThe Rivered Earth contains four libretti written by Vikram Seth to be set to music by Alec Roth - together with an account of the pleasures and pains of working with a composer. They take us all over the world - from Chinese and Indian poetry to the beauty and quietness of the Salisbury house where the poet George Herbert lived and died. Spanning centuries of creativity and humanity, these poems pulse with life, energy and inspired brilliance.They are accompanied by four pieces of calligraphy by the author852ocn811336818com20080.79Roth, AlecSongs in time of warMusical settings762ocn840329063com20060.81Panufnik, RoxannaBeastly talesMusical settings641ocn071645015book20060.16Seth, VikramTwee levensHerinneringen van de Indiaas-Britse schrijver (1952- ) aan zijn oom en tante, in wier leven zich de sleutelmomenten van de 20e eeuw aftekenen575ocn150186451book19990.18Seth, VikramVerwante stemmenEen violist in een kwartet ontmoet opnieuw de verloren liefde van zijn leven in een Londense bus en probeert haar weer voor zich te winnen5523ocn255158922book20050.21Seth, VikramTwo livesHistoryBiographyDen engelske, indiskfødte forfatter Vikram Seth, som i sin ungdom kom til at bo hos sin onkel og tante, Shanti og Henny Seth, fortæller deres historie fra onklen som ung medicinstuderende i 1930'ernes Berlin bor hos Hennys jødiske familie; senere flytter de sammen til England, hvor onklen går ind i den engelske hær under den anden verdenskrig og efter krigen, hvor Hennys familie omkommer i tyske koncentrationslejre, gifter de sig og skaber sig en ny tilværelse i England+-+0342664985521ocn227160871book20080.17Seth, VikramDe geschikte jongenWederwaardigheden van de leden van een moslimgezin en drie hindoe-families in het pas onafhankelijke en diep getroubleerde India van 1952160411ocn061652689book20050.21Seth, VikramTwo livesHistoryBiographyShanti Behari Seth, brought up in India, was sent by his family in the 1930s to Berlin--though he could not speak a word of German--to study medicine and dentistry. Helga Gerda Caro, known to everyone as "Henny" was also born in 1908, in Berlin, to a Jewish family--cultured, patriotic, and intensely German. When the family decided to take Shanti as a lodger, Henny's first reaction was, "Don't take the black man!" But a friendship flowered, and when Henny fled Germany just one month before war broke out, she was met at Victoria Station by the only person in the country she knew: Shanti. Vikram Seth has woven together their story, which recounts the arrival into this childless couple's lives of their great-nephew from India--the teenage Vikram. The result is a tapestry of India, the Third Reich and the Second World War, Auschwitz and the Holocaust, Israel and Palestine, postwar Germany and 1970s Britain.--From publisher description+-+411440515563511ocn010126876book19830.24Seth, VikramFrom Heaven Lake : travels through Sinkiang and TibetAn unusual and intriguing exploration of one of the world's least known areas+-+K367029485961ocn062223571rcrd20050.13Seth, VikramTwo livesBiographyShanti Behari Seth, brought up in India, was sent by his family in the 1930s to Berlin--though he could not speak a word of German--to study medicine and dentistry. Helga Gerda Caro, known to everyone as "Henny" was also born in 1908, in Berlin, to a Jewish family--cultured, patriotic, and intensely German. When the family decided to take Shanti as a lodger, Henny's first reaction was, "Don't take the black man!" But a friendship flowered, and when Henny fled Germany just one month before war broke out, she was met at Victoria Station by the only person in the country she knew: Shanti. Vikram Seth has woven together their story, which recounts the arrival into this childless couple's lives of their great-nephew from India--the teenage Vikram. The result is a tapestry of India, the Third Reich and the Second World War, Auschwitz and the Holocaust, Israel and Palestine, postwar Germany and 1970s Britain+-+5943235155563ocn055147507book20040.94Vikram Seth, an anthology of recent criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcVikram Seth, b. 1952, Indo-English litterateur; contributed articles; some previously published353ocn048223304book20010.97Pandurang, MalaVikram Seth : multiple locations, multiple affiliationsCriticism, interpretation, etc321ocn226966808book20080.96Mokashi-Punekar, RohiniVikram Seth, an introductionCriticism, interpretation, etcVikram Seth, b. 1952, Indo-English litterateur+-+9430140263222ocn173249107book20070.93Mohanty, SeemitaA critical analysis of Vikram Seth's poetry and fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc181ocn041642447book19960.47Seth, VikramLe Lac du Ciel : voyage du Sin-K'iang au Tibet151ocn060248000book20030.70Shah, NilaNovel as history : Salman Rushdie, Shashi Tharoor, Rohinton Mistry, Vikram Seth, Mukul KesavanCriticism, interpretation, etcStudy on the works of some of the major post-independent writers and their preoccupation with history151ocn020834309rcrd19850.18Seth, VikramFrom Heaven Lake141ocn065341645book20050.97Gupta, RoopaliVikram Seth's art : an appraisalCriticism, interpretation, etcVikram Seth, b. 1952, Indo-English litterateur141ocn156785062rcrd20020.14Seth, VikramA suitable boyHistoryFictionDramaAudio adaptationsDomestic fictionRadio playsSet in 1950's India, Mrs. Rupa Mehra attempts to find a 'suitable' husband for her daughter. Potential suitors are appraised by members of the whole family for their merits and respectability. With Lata studying English at Brahmpur University, however, there lurks the possibility that she will fall in love with someone of her own choice whom her mother may not approve. Lata's story is recalled along with those of friends and relatives against the backdrop of India's first General Election+-+8892298105324111ocn316772339book20090.93Salve, Sonba MThe novels of Vikram Seth : a thematic and stylistic studyCriticism, interpretation, etc111ocn263436802book20080.84Thakur, Vijay SinghStylistics of Indian English fiction : with special reference to Vikram Seth's A suitable boyCriticism, interpretation, etc101ocn068267429book20050.81Vikram Seth, the literary genius : a critical responseCriticism, interpretation, etcVikram Seth, b. 1952, Indo-English litterateur102ocn741207801book20070.37Seth, Vikram<>Biography91ocn192003158book20070.59Sinha, PreranaVikram Seth : a suitable writer : a critical responseCriticism, interpretation, etcOn the works of Vikram Seth, b. 1952, Indo-English litterateur83ocn070136167rcrd20050.10Seth, VikramTwo livesHistoryBiographyAuthor of "A Suitable Boy" (DC13732) writes about his great-uncle, an Indian dentist, and the uncle's German Jewish wife. Portrays the couple's meeting in Berlin before World War II, their wartime losses and migrations, postwar marriage, and his own years living with them in England in the 1970s. Some descriptions of violence. 2005+-+054550059661ocn166432245book20060.10Seth, VikramDue viteBiographyShanti Behari Seth, brought up in India, was sent by his family in the 1930s to Berlin--though he could not speak a word of German--to study medicine and dentistry. Helga Gerda Caro, known to everyone as "Henny" was also born in 1908, in Berlin, to a Jewish family--cultured, patriotic, and intensely German. When the family decided to take Shanti as a lodger, Henny's first reaction was, "Don't take the black man!" But a friendship flowered, and when Henny fled Germany just one month before war broke out, she was met at Victoria Station by the only person in the country she knew: Shanti. Vikram Seth has woven together their story, which recounts the arrival into this childless couple's lives of their great-nephew from India--the teenage Vikram. The result is a tapestry of India, the Third Reich and the Second World War, Auschwitz and the Holocaust, Israel and Palestine, postwar Germany and 1970s Britain.--From publisher description42ocn611364727com0.18Vikram Seth : (1952-)Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+7647542125+-+7647542125Fri Mar 21 15:26:04 EDT 2014batch35160