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Mulk Raj Anand

Born: 22-Dec-1905
Birthplace: Peshawar, India
Died: 28-Sep-2004
Location of death: Pune, India [1]
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: Asian/Indian
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Novelist

Nationality: India
Executive summary: Untouchable

[1] Jehangir Hospital, Pune, India.

Father: Lal Chand
Mother: Ishwar Kaur
Wife: Kathleen van Gelder (m. 1938, div. 1948, one daughter)
Daughter: Susheila
Wife: Shirin Vajidbar (m. 1950, until his death)

    High School: Khalsa College, Amritsar
University College London
    University: PhD, Cambridge University (1929)

Author of books:
Untouchable (1935, novel)
Coolie (1936, novel)
Two Leaves and a Bud (1937, novel)
The Village (1939, novel, trilogy)
Across the Black Waters (1940, novel, trilogy)
The Sword and the Sickle (1942, novel, trilogy)
Seven Summers (1951, novel)
Private Life of an Indian Prince (1953, novel)
Morning Face (1968, novel, Krishan Chander)
Confessions of a Lover (1976, novel, Krishan Chander)
Selected Short Stories (1977, short stories)
Conversations in Bloomsbury (1981, memoir)
The Bubble (1984, novel, Krishan Chander)

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