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FICTION by South Asian Women

Compiled by Irene Joshi
University of Washington Libraries, Seattle

Table of Contents:

FICTION BACKGROUND

Albertazzi, Silvia
	Translating India: travel and cross-cultural 
	transference in post-colonial Indian fiction in 
	English. Bologna: CLUEB, 1993. 116 p.

Bai, Kalle Meera, 1944-
	Women's voices: the novels of Indian women writers. New 
	Delhi:  Prestige, 1996. 164 p.

Bose, Brinda
        Re-writing the empire: gender, race and silence in colonial and
        post colonial fiction.  Thesis: Boston University, 1995.
        vii, 236 leaves.

Chainani, Rukmini Sunder
	Woman in Sindhi novel: thesis. Pune: Ruksun 
	Publication, 1990. 72  p.

Chatterjee, Chandra, 1957-
        The world within: a study of novels in English by Indian women,
        1950-1980. New Delhi: Radha Publications, 1996. 112 p.

Feminism and recent fiction in English. Edited by Sushila 
	Singh. New Delhi: Prestige Books in association with 
	Indian Society for Commonwealth Studies, 1991. 284 p.

Indian women novelists. Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: 
	Prestige, 1991. 5 vols.

Indian women novelists. Set II. Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New 
	Delhi:Prestige Books, 1993. 6 vols.; New Delhi: 
	Prestige Books, 1995. 7 vols.

Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and women 
	studies Anita Desai, Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

Krishnaswamy, Shantha
	Glimpses of women in India. New Delhi: Ashish Pub. 
	House, 1983. viii, 375 p.: The woman in Indian fiction 
	in English, 1950-1980. New Delhi: Ashish, 1984. viii, 
	375 p.

Krishnaswamy, Shantha
	The woman in Indian fiction in English: 1950-80. New 
	Delhi: Ashish, 1984. viii, 375 p.

Pandey, Indu Prakash, 1924-
	Romantic feminism in Hindi novels written by women. New 
	Delhi: House of Letters, 1989. viii, 118 p.

Poulos, Steven M.
	Feminine sense and sensibility: a comparative study of 
	six modern women short fiction writers in Hindi and 
	Urdu: Rashid Jahan, Ismet Chugtai, Qurratal-ain-Hyder, 
	Mannu Bhandari, Usha Priyamavada, Mijay Chauhan.  
	Thesis, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1975. xiv, 494 
	leaves.

Shirwadkar, Meena
	Image of woman in the Indo-Anglian novel. New Delhi: 
	Sterling, 1979. xii, 169 p.

Srivastava, S.
	The new woman in Indian English fiction. New Delhi: 
	Creative Books, 1996. vii, 140 p. On novels of Kamala 
	Markhandaya, Anita Desai, Namita Gokhale and Shobha De.

Uma, Alladi, 1952-
	Woman and her family: Indian and Afro-American: a 
	literary perspective. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 
	1989. x, 124 p.

Women in fiction, fiction by women. Edited by C.D. 
	Narasimhaiah and C.N. Srinath. Mysore: Dhvanyaloka 
	Publication, 1987 101 p.

FICTION ANTHOLOGIES

Flaming spirit: stories from the Asian Women's Writer's 
	Collective.  Edited by Rukhsana Ahmad and Rahila Gupta. 
	London: Virago Press, 1994. xx, 204 p.

Her mother's ashes and other stories by South Asian women in
	Canada and the United States. Toronto: TSAR, 1994. 
	xvii, 202 p.

In her own write: short stories by women writers in 
	Pakistan.  Edited and trans. by Samina Rehman. Lahore: 
	ASR Publications, 1994. 137 p.

In other words: new writing by Indian women. Selected by 
	Urvashi Butalia & Ritu Menon. New Delhi: Kali for 
	women, 1992. ; 196 p.; Boulder: Westview Press, 1994.

The inner courtyard: stories by Indian women. Edited by 
	Lakshmi Holmstrom. London: Virago, 1990. xvii, 204 p.

Inner spaces: new writing by women from Kerala. Edited by 
	K.M.George et al. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1993. 
	xvii, 125 p.

Parwaaz: a selection of Urdu short stories by women. Trans. 
	by Syeda S. Hameed and Sughra Mehdi. New Delhi: Kali 
	for Women, 1995. 225 p.

Pioneer women writers of South India. Edited by Venugopala 
	Soraba and Hemalatha John. Bangalore: Samanvitha, Dept. 
	of Women Studies, NMKRV College for Women, 1993. 126 
	p.; republished as: Women writers in South Indian 
	languages. Edited by Venugopala Soraba and Hemalatha 
	John. Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp, 1995. 126 p. Includes 
	short stories in translation from Kannada, Telugu, 
	Tamil and Malayalam

Savvy: stories by Indian women writers. Compiled and 
	introduced by Suresh Kohli. New Delhi: Arnold 
	Publishers, 1992. 124 p.

Separate journeys: 23 stories from the women of India. 
	Selected and edited by Geeta Dharmarajan. Bombay: India 
	Book Distributors (Bombay), 1993. 235 p.

The slate of life: an anthology of stories by Indian women. 
	New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1990. 163 p.

The slate of life: more contemporary stories by women 
	writers of India. Edited by Kali for Women. New York: 
	Feminist Press, 1994. 131 p.

Truth tales: contemporary stories by women writers of India. 
	Edited by Kali for Women. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 
	1986.; New York: Feminist Press at the City University 
	of New York, 1990.

Women writers of the Raj: short fiction from Kipling to 
	independence. Selected by Saros Cowasjee. London: 
	Grafton, 1990. 265 p.

FICTION

Abdullah, Mena, 1930-
        The time of the peacock: stories. By Mena Abdullah and Ray Mathew.
        Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1995. 114 p.; London: Harper Collins,
	1995. xi, 114 p.


Abhayaratne, Manel
	All this is mine too. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 
	1982. 38 p.

	Fragments. Colombo: n.p., 1985. 47 p.

	Letters to a daughter. Unverified.

	Maya: Illusion. Colombo: Metro Printers, 1980. 103 p.

	Shadows. Colombo: Ceylon Business Appliances Ltd., 
	1992? 49 p.

	Shattered darkness: Betrayal and the truth. Colombo?: 
	n.p., 1995?. 95 p.

	Starlight remains. Unverified.

	Tomorrow is yours. Unverified.

Abraham, Amrita
	The lost necklace and other stories. Bombay: 
	Ratnabharati, 1974. 44 p.

Adige, Veena, 1949-
	Love conquers all. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1994. 136 p.

	The meeting and other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1985. 61 p.

Ahmad, Rukhsana
	The hope chest. London: Virago, 1996. 307 p.

Ahmed, Humera
	Checkmate & other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1995. 105 p.

Ahuja, Anita Panjwani
	Flames of fervour: a novel. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1996. 
	232 p.

Aikath-Gyaltsen, Indrani, 1952-1993.
	Cranes' morning. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1993. 201 p. 
	{Book withdrawn by publisher as it is a rewrite [in a 
	different time and place] of Elizabeth Goudge's The 
	Rosemary tree. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1956.}

	Daughters of the house. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1991 
	156 p.

	Hold my hands, I am dying. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1994?. 320 p.  {Listed in Indian Books in Print but not 
	issued?}

Alexander, Meena, 1951-
        Manhattan music: a novel. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1997.

	Nampally road: a novel. San Francisco: Mercury House, 
	1991; Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 1992. 107 p.

Alva, Violet
	Blood for love: true murder stories. N.P.: n.p.,  n.d.

Alvarea, Eulalia
	Short stories. Bombay: Published by the author, 1965.

Ambai, pseud. see Lakshmi, C.S.

Amerasinghe, Annie
	{Sinhalese}
	[Dona Katirina devi]
	Dona Katherina. Colombo: M.H. Publications, 1995. 201 
	p.

Ansal, Kusum, 1940-
	{Hindi}
	[Dusri panchavati]
	Another panchavati. Trans. by Saroj Vasishth. New 
	Delhi: Vikas, ?

	The match maker and other stories. New Delhi: Amrit 
	Publ. House, 198?

	Sheltering shadows: a novel. New Delhi: Har-Anand 
	Publications, 1992. 132 p.

	[Usaki pancavati]
	Sing me no songs: a novel. Trans. by Saroj Vasishth. 
	New Delhi: Vikas, 1982. 112 p.

	[Apani apani yatra]
	Travelling with a sunbeam: a novel. Trans. by Satya 
	Prakash, Narayan Kiran. New Delhi: Vikas, 1983. 138 p.

Appachana, Anjana, 1957?-
	Incantations. London: Virago, 1991. 176 p.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1992. 143 p.; New Brunswick, N.J.: 
	Rutgers University Press, 1992. 150 p.

	Listening now. Unverified

Arasanayagam, Jean
	All is burning. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1995. 417 p.

	The cry of the kite. Kandy: n.p., 1983.

	Fragments of a journey. Kandy: Jean Arasanayagam, 1992. 
	86 p.

	The outsider. [Colombo?]; Voice of Women, [1995?]. 179 
	p.

	Peacocks and dreams. New Delhi: Navrang, 1996. xi, 156 
	p.

Arasu, Jaya
	Where love was folly and other stories. Bangalore: 
	Uppals Publ., 1975. 160 p.

Aravind, Nirmala, 1957-
	A video, a fridge, and a bride. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 
	1995. 265 p.

Aries, pseud. see Dalal, Nargis, 1920-

Arshad, Nadia, 1971-
	Broken souls. Karachi: Royal Book Co., 1995. xvii, 86 p.

Athogias, Sally
	Gold in the dust: a novel of rural India. Bombay: 
	Jaico, 1958. 407 p.

Badami, Anita Rau
        Tamarind mem. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996.

Bai, Kaveri H.
	Meenakshi's memoirs: a novel of Christian life in the 
	south. Madras: G.A. Nateson, 1937.

Baig, Tara Ali, 1916-1989.
	The moon in Rahu: an account of the Bhowal Sannyasi 
	case. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1968. 371 p.

Balasubramanian, Mira, 1929-
	Birds have wings: stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1986. 87 p.

Baldwin, Shauna Singh
	English lessons and other stories. Frederiction, 
	Canada: Goose Lane, 1996. 176 p.
Book review

Balse, Mayah, 1939-
	The cannibal. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1982. 125 p.

	Indiscreet. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 181 p.

	Just a matter of mistesses. Bombay: Jaico, 1972.

	The sensuous saint. New Delhi: Sterling, 1975. 322 p.

	The singer. Bombay: Jaico, 1975. 178 p.

	The stranger. New Delhi: Vikas, 1977. 106 p.

Banerjee, Juliette
	The boyfriend and other stories. Caclutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1978. 79 p.

Banerji, Sara, 1932-
	Absolute hush. London: Gollancz, 1991. 175 p.; London: 
	Black Swan, 1992. 189 p.

	Cobwebwalking. London: Gollancz, 1986. 176 p.; 
	Bethesda, MD:  Adler & Adler, 1987. 155 p.

	Shining Agnes. London: Gollancz, 1990. 176 p.

	The tea-planter's daughter. London: Gollancz, 1988. 160 
	p.

	The wedding of Jayanthi Mandel. London: Gollancz, 1987. 
	208 p.

	Writing on skin. New ed. London: Black Swan 
	(Transworld), 1994. 108 p.

Bano, Jeelani, 1936-
	{Urdu}
	A hail of stones.  New Delhi: Sterling, 1996.

Bansal, Achla, 1946-
	Once a year it is March and other stories. New Delhi: 
	National, 1991. 129 p.

Barnabas, Sarala
	Anjolie: a novel. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 256 p.

	Dark passion: a novel. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1997. 207 p.

	Incident at Waverley: a novel. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1994. 255 p.

	Nayantara. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 224 p.

	The promise of spring: a novel. Aurangabad: Parimal 
	Prakashan, 1989. 298 p.

	Sakshi. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 280 p.

Barthakur, Inderjit Kaur, 1934-
	So full so alive: short stories. New Delhi: Allied 
	Publ., 1994. xiv, 375 p.

Bashiruddin, Zeba
	Ripples. Hyderabad: Mahati Pub., 1967. 81 p.

Basu, Anjana, 1956-
	The agency raga and other variations. New Delhi: Disha 
	Books, 1994; Calcutta: Orient Longman, 1994. 134 p.; 
	London: Sangam Books, 1994. 132 p.

Bedi, Susham
	{Hindi}
	[Havan, 1989]
	The fire sacrifice. Trans. by David Rubin. London: 
	Heinemann Educational, 1993. viii, 182 p.

Bhagat, Manjul, 1936-
	{Hindi}
	The search and other stories. Trans. by the author. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1982. 106 p.

Bhandari, Mannu, 1931-
	{Hindi}
	[Apaka-Banti]
	Bunty. Trans. by Jai Rattan. New Delhi: National, 1983. 
	215 p.

	[Mahabhoja]
	The great feast. Trans. by Richard Alan Williams. New 
	Delhi: Radha Krishna, 1981. 146 p.

Bharvani, Shakuntala, 1944-
	Lost directions.  Bombay: Disha Books, 1996. 172 p.

Bhat, Prema, 1941-
	{Kannada}
	[Nandini]
	Nandini. Trans. by N. Nanjunda Sastry. Bangalore: Prema 
	Sai Prakashana, 1993. xvi, 115 p.

Bhatia, Margaret Delaney, pseud. J. Rana
	Alien there is none. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 
	1960.

Bhatia, Ritu
        Guru & other stories. New Delhi: Har-Anand Publ., 1996. 99 p.

Bhatt, Kavery
	The truth (almost) about Bharat. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books India, 1991. 142 p.

Bhattacharjee, Jyotsna
	Shadows in the sunshine. Calcutta: Alpha-Beta Pub., 
	1965. 241 p.

Bhattacharya, Mahashveta Devi, 1926-
	{Bengali}
	Bashai Tudu. Trans. by Samik Bandyopadhyay and Gayatri
	Chakravorty Spivak. Calcutta: Thema, 1990. xxi, 162 p. 
	Includes a short story: Draupadi trans. by Gayatri 
	Chakravorty Spivak.

        Breast stories. Trans. by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Calcutta:
        Seagull Books, 1997. xvi, 160 p.

	Ek-kori's deram. Trans. by Lila Majumdar. New Delhi:
        National Book Trust, 1976. 63 p.

        Imaginary maps: three stories. Trans. by Gayatri
        Chakravorty Spivak . Calcutta: Thema, 1993.; New York:
        Routledge, 1995. xxxi, 213 p.

        Mother of 1084. Trans. by Samik Bandyopadhyay. Calcutta: Seagull
        Books, 1997. xx, 130 p.

        Rudali, from fiction to performance by Mahesweta Devi and Usha
        Ganguli.  Trans. by Anjum Katyal.  Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1997.
        156 p.

Bhatty, Margaret
	The family at Paangar Pani. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1994. 160 p.

Bhawani, Rashmi
	Burning bride: stories and poems. Secunderabad: 
	Viswasahiti Publications, 1986. 43 p.

Cabraal, Jeanette
	Under a tropic sky: short stories. Kelaniya?: J. 
	Cabraal, 1995. 62 p.

Chand, Meira, 1942-
	The bonsai tree. London: J. Murray, 1983. 228 p.

	A choice of evils. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1996. 
	461 p.

	The gossamer-fly: a novel. London: J. Murray, 1979. 186 
	p.

	House of the sun. London: Hutchinson, 320 p.

	Last quadrant. London: J. Murray, 1981. 194 p.

	The painted cage. London: Century, 1986. 339 p.

Chandrasekharan, Maya, 1979-
	Janaki's first term. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 
	129 p.

Chatterjee, Jayashree
	One step ahead. New Delhi: Arhnold-Heinemann, 1985. 195 
	p.

	Where oleanders don't grow: stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1981. 83 p.

Chatterjee, Margaret, 1925-
	At the homeopath's and other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1973. 87 p.

Chatterjee, Santa, 1893- and Seeta Chatterjee Chaudhuri
	{Bengali}
	[Udyanlata, 1919]
	The garden creeper. by Santa Devi and Seeta Devi. 
	Trans. by Seeta Devi. Calcutta: Prabasi Press, 1930. 
	332 p.; Calcutta: S.K. Das, 1945? 332 p.; Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1979.

	Tales of Bengal. by Santa Devi and Seeta Devi. London: 
	Oxford University Press, 1922. 110 p.; Calcutta: R. 
	Chatterjee, 1936. xvi, 199 p. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1979.

Chatterjee, Vera
	All this is ended: the life and times of H.H. the Begum 
	Sumroo of Sardhana. New Delhi: Vikas, 1979. vii, 201 p.

Chaturvedi, Padma
	{Hindi}
	[Rosani ka ranga]
	Beyond self. Trans. by Chetna Machwe. New Delhi: 
	Sterling, 1976. 120 p.

Chaudhuri, Sita (Chatterji), 1895-
	{Bengali}
	[Sonar khancha, 1920]
	The cage of gold. Trans. by A.E. Brown. Calcutta: R. 
	Chatterji, 1923.  200 p.

	[Pathik bandhu, 1920]
	The knight errant. Calcutta: Prabasi Press, 1924. 221 
	p.;  Calcutta: R. Chatterjee, 1945? 221 p.

Chauhan, Subhadra Kumari, 1904-1947.
	{Hindi}
	[Bikhare moti]
	Scattered pearls=Bikhare moti. Trans. by Indira 
	Junghare, Sheri Pargman. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 
	1994. xvii, 123 p.

Chughtai, Ismat, 1915-1991.
	{Urdu}
	[Terhi lakir, 1944]
	The crooked line. Trans. by Tahira Naqvi. London: 
	Heinemann, 1995. xv, 335 p. ; New Delhi: Kali for 
	Women, 1995. xvi, 374 p.

	[Dil ki duniya and Ziddi]
	The heart breaks free; and, The wild one: two novellas. 
	New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1993. 156 p.

	The quilt & other stories. Trans. by Tahira Naqvi & 
	Syeda S. Hameed. London: The Women's Press, 1987.; New 
	Delhi: Kali for Women, 1990. xxi, 224 p.; N.p.: Sheep 
	Meadow Press, 1994.

Chundawat, Laxmi Kumari, 1916-
	{Rajasthani}
	[Mumala]
	Mumal: being an English version of Rani Laxmi Kumari 
	Chundawat's book of the same name. Trans. by G.L. 
	Mathur. Jodhpur: Scientific Publishers, 1990. ix, 118 
	p.

Cunha, Nisha da, 1934-
	Old cypress:  stories. New Delhi: Penguin, 1991. 198 p.
	Reprint.

	The permanence of grief: stories. New Delhi: Penguin 
	India, 1993. 158 p.
Dalal, Nargis, 1920-  pseud. Aries
	The girls from overseas. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 
	1979. 183 p.

	The inner door. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1975. 
	143.

	Minari. Bombay: Pearl Pub., 1967.

	The nude. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 158 p.

	The sisters. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1973.

Daniels, Shouri, pseud. see Ramanujan, Molly, 1932-

Das, Frieda Mathilda Hauswirth
	Into the sun. London: Dent, 1933.

Das, Indrani
	Inflation "The lost baby". Delhi: Rahul Publishing 
	House, 1993. 145 p.

Das, Kamala, 1934- , pseud. Madhavikutty
	Alphabet of lust. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1977. 
	147 p.

	A doll for the child prostitute. New Delhi: India 
	Paperbacks, 1977. 104 p.

	Padmavati, the harlot and other stories. New Delhi: 
	Sterling Publishers, 1992. 109 p.

	{Malayalam}
	The sandal trees and other stories. Trans. by V.C. 
	Harris and C.K. Mohammed Ummer. Bombay: Orient Longman, 
	1995. 142 p.

Books about Kamala Das

	Perspectives on Kamala Das's prose. Edited by Iqbal 
	Kaur. New Delhi: Intellectual Pub. House, 1995. 182 p.

David, Esther
        The walled city.  New Delhi: Manas, 1997. 104 p.

De, Shobha, 1948-
	Second thoughts. New Delhi: Penguin, 1996. 290 p.

	The Shobha De omnibus. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1996. 1,025 p.

	Sisters. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 222 p.

	Small betrayals. New Delhi: UBSPD, 1995. 224 p.

	Snapshots. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1995. 225 p.

	Socialite evenings. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1989. 306 
	p.

	Starry nights. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1991. 234 p.

	Strange obsession. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1992. v, 
	208 p.

	Sultry days. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1994. 228 p.

Books about Shobha De

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

De Livera, Gertrude
	Some middle class Sri Lankans. Colombo: Lake House 
	Investments, 1989. 35 p.

Debee, Rajlukshmee
        {Bengali}
        [Lajuklata]
        The touch-me-not girl. Trans. by the author. New Delhi: Disha
        Books, 1997.

Desai, Anita, 1937
	Baumgartner's Bombay. London: Heinemann, 1988. 229 p.

	Bye-bye blackbird. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970. 266 
	p.; Delhi: Vision Books, 1985.

	Cat on a houseboat. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1976.

	Clear light of day. New York: Harper & Row, 1980. 183 
	p.; London: William Heinemann, 1980; Harmondsworth: 
	King Penguin, 1983.

	Cry, the peacock, London: Peter Owen, 1963. 188 p.; 
	Delhi: Vision Books, 1983. 217 p.; New Delhi: Orient 
	Paperbacks, 1995. 218 p.

	Fire on the mountain. Delhi: Allied, 1977. 145 p.

	Games at twilight and other stories. London: Heinemann, 
	1978. 137 p.

	In custody. London: Heinemann, 1984. 204 p.;1994. 204 
	p.

	Journey to Ithaca. New York: Knopf, 1995. 312 p.; 
	London: Heinemann, 1995. viii, 309 p.

	The peacock garden. Jaipur: India Book House, 1974; 
	London: William Heinemann, 1979.

	The village by the sea: an Indian family story. New 
	Delhi: Allied, 1983.; New Delhi: Penugin India, 1992.

	Voices in the city. London: Peter Owen, 1965.; Delhi: 
	Hind Pocket Books, 1969.; New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 
	1988. 257 p.

	Where shall we go this summer? Delhi: Vikas, 1975. 114 
	p. Delhi: Orient Paperback, 1982. 157 p.

Books about Anita Desai

	The fiction of Anita Desai. Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New 
	Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1989. 164 p.

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

	Perspectives on Anita Desai. Edited by Ramesh K. 
	Srivastava. Ghaziabad: Vimal, 1984  xlvii, 239 p..

   Afzal-Khan, Fawzia
	Cultural imperialism and the Indo-English novel: genre 
	and ideology in R.K. Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala 
	Markandaya, and Salman Rushdie.  University Park, Pa.: 
	Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. x, 194 p.

   Bande, Usha
	The novels of Anita Desai: a study in character and 
	conflict. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1988. 191 p.

   Belliappa, Meena
	Anita Desai: a study of her fiction. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1971. 52 p.

   Choudhury, Bidulata, 1953-
	Women and society in the novels of Anita Desai. New 
	Delhi: Creative Books, 1995. vi, 115 p.

   Dash, Sandhyarani
	Form and vision in the novels of Anita Desai. New 
	Delhi: Prestige Books, 1996. 94 p.

   Goel, Kunj Bala, 1947-
	Language and theme in Anita Desai's fiction. Jaipur: 
	Classic Publishing House, 1989. viii, 190 p.

   Gopal, N. Raj, 1964-
	A critical study of the novels of Anita Desai. New 
	Delhi: Atlantic, 1995. xi, 117 p.

   Indira, Sajja, 1952-
	Anita Desai as an artist: a study in image and symbol. 
	New Delhi: Creative Books, 1994. 213 p.

   Jain, Jasbir
	Stairs to the attic: the novels of Anita Desai. Jaipur: 
	Printwell Publishers, 1987. xii, 176 p.

   Jena, Seema, 1960-
	Carving a pattern out of chaos: withdrawal, a narrative 
	device in women's writings. New Delhi: Ashish Pub. 
	House, 1990. viii, 76 p.

   Jena, Seema, 1960-
	Voice and vision of Anita Desai. New Delhi: Ashish Pub. 
	House, 1989. ix, 88 p.

   Kanwar, Asha, 1951-
	Virginia Woolf and Anita Desai: a comparative 
	study. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1989. 75 p.

   Khanna, Shashi, 1947- 
	Human relationships in Anita Desai's novels. New Delhi: 
	Sarup & Sons, 1995. x, 150 p.

   Kumar, A.V. Suresh
	Six Indian novelists: Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, R.K. 
	Narayan, Balachandran Rajan, Kamala Markandaya, Anita 
	Desai. New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996. 132 p.

   Kumar, V.L.V.N. Narendra
	Fits and misfits: a study of Anita Desai's 
	protagonists. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1995. 99 p.

   Pathania, Usha
	Human bonds and bondages: the fiction of Anita Desai 
	and Kamala Markandaya. Delhi: Kanishka Publ. House, 
	1992. x, 216 p.

   Paul, Sham Lal, 1941- 
	A critical study of Anita Desai's Cry, the peacock. New 
	Delhi: Harman Publishing House, 1988. viii, 82 p.

   Prasad, Madhusudan, 1950-
	Anita Desai: the novelist. Allahabad: New Horizon, 
	1981. vi, 148 p.

   Prasad, Vasagiri Venkata Naga Rajendra, 1951-
	The self, the family, and society in five Indian 
	novelists: Rajan, Raja Rao, Narayan, Arun Joshi, Anita 
	Desai. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1990. 172 p.

   Rao, B. Ramachandra
	The novels of Mrs. Anita Desai: a study. New Delhi: 
	Kalyani Publ., 1977. 65 p.

   Sharma, Kajali, 1963-
	Symbolism in Anita Desai's novels. New Delhi: Abhinav, 
	1991. viii, 176 p.

   Sharma, Radhe Shyam, 1939-
	Anita Desai. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1981. 175 p.

   Sharma, Rajiv
	Femimine sensibility alienation in Charlotte Bronte and 
	Anita Desai. Meerut: Shalabh Prakashan, 1995. ii, 171 
	p.

   Singh, Ram Ayodhya, 1945-
	Anita Desai's Cry, the peacock: a critical study. 
	Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1995. 47 p.

   Singh, Ram Ayodhya, 1945-
	Existential characters of Arun Joshi and Anita Desai. 
	Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1991. 91 p.

   Singh, Sunaina
	The novels of Margaret Atwood and Anita Desai: a 
	comparative study of feminist perspectives. New Delhi: 
	Creative Books, 1994. 136 p.

   Solanki, Mrinalini
	Anita Desai's fiction: patterns of survival strategies. 
	Delhi: Kanishka Publishing House, 1992. vii, 220 p.

   Srivastava, Ramesh Kumar, 1940-
	Six Indian novelists in English. Amritsar: Guru Nanak 
	Dev University, 1987. 359 p.

   Tripathi, Jagdamba Prasad, 1938-
	Mind and art of Anita Desai. Bareilly: Prakash Book 
	Depot, 1986. ii, 162 p.
Deshmukh, Sharda, 1929-
        Atlantis! Atlantis! Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, 1987. 117 p.

Deshpande, Shashi, 1938-
	The binding vine. London: Virago, 1993. 207 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin India, 1993. 207 p.

	Come up & be dead: a novel. New Delhi: Vikas, 1983. 265 
	p.

	The dark holds no terrors: a novel. Sahibabad, 
	Ghaziabad: Vikas, 1980. 204 p.; New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books, 1990. 222 p.

	Hidden treasure. Bombay: IBH Publishing Co., 1980. 232 
	p.

	If I die today: a novel. Delhi: Tarang Paperbacks, 
	1982. 138 p.

	The intrusion and other stories. New Delhi; Penguin 
	India, 1993. 157 p.

	It was dark: stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1986. 
	71 p.

	It was the nightingale. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1986. 86 p.

	The legacy and other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1978. 103 p.

        A matter of time. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996.

	The miracle. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1978.

	The miracle & other stories. Calcutta: Workshop, 1986. 
	71 p. 

	The Narayanpur incident. Bombay: IBH, 1982. 199 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin India, 1995.

	The only witness. Bombay: IBH Publishing Co., 1980. 168 
	p.

	Roots and shadows: a novel. Bombay: Sangam Books, 1983. 
	205 p.; New Delhi: Disha Books, 1992.; New Delhi: 
	Orient Longman, 1992. 187 p.

	That long silence. London: Virago, 1988. 196 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books, 1989. 196 p.

Books about Shashi Deshpande

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De. Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

   Sandhu, Sarabjit Kaur
	The image of woman in the novels of Shashi Deshpande. 
	New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1991. 58 p.

   Suneel, Seema, 1964-
	Man-woman relationship in Indian fiction: with a focus 
	on Shashi Deshpande, Rajendra Awasthy and Syed Abdul 
	Malik. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1995. 174 p.


DeSielvie, Nalini
	Return to enchantment: short stories and poems. 
	Maharagama: J.B. Rajapakse, 1988. 92 p.

Devadasan, Iris, 1940?-
	Why Calcutta?  stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1994. 56 p.

Devi, Ashapurna, 1909-
	{Bengali}
	A bouquet of modern short stories. Trans. by Anima 
	Bose. New Delhi: Pankaj Publications, 1978. 72 p.

	[Sapera chobala, 1979; Durera janala]
	Snakebite; The distant window: 2 novels. New Delhi: 
	Prachi, 1983. v, 220 p.

        Subarnalata. Trans. by Gopa Majumdar. Chennai: Macmillan India,
        1997. 209 p.

Devi, Illindala Saraswati, 1916-
	{Telugu}
	Smt. Illindala Saraswathi Devi's Telugu short stories. 
	Hyderabad: International Telugu Centre, Telugu 
	University, 1988. 90 p.

Devi, Indira, rajakumari of Kapurthala
	The revenge of the gods: a story of ancient Egypt. 
	London: Printed for private circulation, 1928. viii, 69 
	p.

Devi, Jyotirmoyee, b. 1894.
	{Bengali}
	[Epar Ganga, opar Ganga]
	The river churning=Epar Ganga opar Ganga: a partition 
	novel. Trans. by Enakshi Chatterjee. New Delhi: Kali 
	for Women, 1995. xxxvi, 133 p.

Devi, Mahesweta see Bhattacharya, Mahesweta Devi

Devi, Maitraye, 1914-
	{Bengali}
	[Na hanyate, 1974]
	It does not die: a romance. Trans. by the author. 
	Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1976. 274 p.; Delhi: Hind 
	Pocket Books, 1978. 248 p.; It does not die: a romance 
	and a reminiscence. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1992. 275 p.

Devi, Shakuntala, 1940-
	Perfect murder. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1976. 149 
	p.

	Raju. Unverified, 1976.

Devi, Shovona
	The oriental pearls: Indian folklore. London: 
	Macmillan, 1915. 177 p.

Devi, Sunity, dowager maharani of Cooch Behar, 1864-1932.
	The beautiful Mogul princesses. Calcutta: Thacker, 
	1918.; Delhi: Shree Pub. House, 1985. 128 p. 

	Bengal dacoits and tigers. Calcuta: Tachker, Spink and 
	Co., 1916. 113 p.

	The life of Princess Yashodhara: wife and disciple of 
	the Lord Buddha. London: M. Mathers, 1929.

	Rajput princesses. London: W. Straker, n.d. Various 
	pagings.

Devi, Svarna Kumari, 1856-1932.
	An unfinished song. New Delhi: Mittal Publications, 
	1995. 219 p. 1st published: 2nd ed. 1914.

Dhanoa, Belinder
	Waiting for winter. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1991. 191 
	p.

Dharker, Rani
        The virgin syndrome. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1997. 196 p.

Dhingra, Leena, 1942-
	Amritvela. London: Women's Press, 1988. 192 p.; 
	republished as: First light. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 
	1991. 181 p.

Divakaruni, Chitra Banerjee, 1953-
	Arranged marriage: stories. New York: Anchor Books, 
	1995. 307 p.

	Mistress of spices. New York: Anchor, 1997.
Dutta, Barbara
	Looking back in wonder. New Delhi: National Book 
	Organisation, 1989. 183 p.

Edirisinghe, Padma Beatrice Wijesinghe
	Child and the earth. Battaramulla: the author, 1990. 
	196 p.

Espinet, Ramabai, 1948-
	Ninja's carnival. Toronto: Sister Vision, 1993. 24 p.

Fatima, Altaf
	{Urdu}
	[Dastak nah do]
	The one who did not ask. Trans. by Rukhsana Ahmad. 
	Oxford: Heinemann, 1993. xii, 334 p.

Fernando, Chitra, 1935-
	Between worlds. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 118 
	p.

	The golden bird & other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1987. 78  p.

	Kundalini and other stories. Calcutta: P. Lal, 1986. 
	72 p.

	Three women. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1983. 55 
	p. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1984. 59 p.

	Women there and here: progressions in six stories. 
	Sydney: Wordlink, 1994. 86 p.
Fernando, Kathleen
        Journeys: a collection of short stories and poems. Goshen, IN:
        Pinchpenny Press, 1994. 6, 73 p.

Fernando, Vijita
	Eleven stories. Colombo: Women's Education Centre, 
	1988. 90 p.

        Once, on a mounstainside. Maharagama: Tharanjee Prints, 1995. 55 p.

Futehally, Shama, 1952-
	Tara Lane.  Delhi: Ravi Dayal Publishers, 1993. 174 p.

Ganesan, Indira, 1960-
        Inheritance. London: Secker & Warburg, 1997. 152 p.

	The journey. New York: Knopf, 1990. 171 p.; London: 
	Secker & Warburg, 1990. 171 p.; London: Minerva, 1992. 
	171 p.

Garg, Mridula, 1938-
	{Hindi}
	[Cittakobara]
	The colour of my being. Trans. by Geeta Sahai. New 
	Delhi: Indus, 1996. 142 p.

	Daffodils on fire and other stories. New Delhi: 
	National Book House, 1990. 147 p.

	[Uske hisse ke dhupa]
	A touch of sun. New Delhi: National, 1982. 159 p.

Gauhar, Khadijah
        The coming season's yield: a novel. Lahore: K. Gauhar, 1996? x,
        384 p.

Ghosal, Svarna Kumara Devi, 1885-1932.
	{Bengali}
	[Phuler mala, 1894]
	The fatal garland. Trans. by the author. Edited by A. 
	Christina Albers.  Calcutta: S.K. Kahiri, 1910. i, i, 
	172 p.;  London: T.W. Laurie, 1915. 224 p.

	Short stories. Trans. by the author.  Madras: Ganesh & 
	Co., 1919.  iii, 242 p.

	Short stories: social and historical. Madras: Ganesh 
	and Co., 1930.

	[Kahake]
	To whom? an Indian love story. Trans. by Sovona Devi. 
	Calcutta: n.p., 1913. i, ii, 207 p.

	Unfinished song. London: T. Warner Laurie, 1913. iv, 
	219 p.

Gill, Myrna Lakshmi, 1943- (Mrs. N.G. Godfrey)
	The third infinitive. Toronto: TSAR, 1993.

Gilmore, Rachna, 1953-
	A friend like Zilla. Toronto: Second Story Press, 1995.

Goenka, Vinodini
	{Hindi}
	Ray of hope: short stories. Trans. by Kunj Capoor. 
	Calcutta: Vinodini Prakasan, 1991. 165 p.

Gokhale, Namita, 1956-
	Gods, graves and grandmother: a novel. New Delhi: Rupa 
	& Co., 1994. 181 p.

	A Himalayan love story. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1996. 188 
	p.

	Paro: dreams of passion. London: Chatto & Windus, 1985. 
	160 p.; Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1991. 138 p.

Gokhale, Shanta, 1939-
	{Marathi}
	[Rita Velinakara]
	Rita Welinkar. New Delhi: Disha Books, 1995. 181 p.

Gomez, Christine, 1947-
	Fire blossoms: a novel on women. Bombay: Better 
	Yourself Books, 1990. 135 p.

	On the brink and other stories. New Delhi: Reliance, 
	1996. 52 p.

Gooneratne, Yasmine, 1935-
	A change of skies. Picador: Pan Macmillan Publishers' 
	Australia, 1991; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 329 p.

	The pleasures of conquest. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1995. 322 p.

Goswami, Indira, 1942-  pseud. Mamoni Raison Goswami
	{Assamese}
	[Dantala hatira umye khowa haoda]
	A saga of South Kamrup. Trans. by the author. New 
	Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1993. 316 p.

	Selected works of Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom 
	Goswami). Delhi:  B.R. Pub. Corp, 1988. xiv, 210 p.

	[Nilakanthi Braja]
	Shadow of dark god; and, The sin. Trans. by Prafulla 
	Kotoky. New  Delhi: Gaurav Pub. House,  1986. 166 p.

Books about Indira Goswami

	Indira Goswami (Mamoni Raisom): a critical study of her 
	writings. Edited by Malaya Khaund. Delhi: B.R. Pub., 
	1994. viii, 184 p.

Goswami, Seema
	Designer passion: a novel. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1996. 
	253 p.

Gour, Neelam Saran, 1955-
	Grey pigeons and other stories. New Delhi: Penguin 
	India, 1993. 232 p.

	Speaking of '62: novel. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1995. 
	ix, 196 p.

        Winter companions. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996.

Gunaratna, Suvimalee see Karunaratne, Suvimalee, 1939-

Gunaratnam, Padmini
	Lovely Chindians and other stories. London: Pentland 
	Press, 1994. viii, 47 p.

Gunasekara, Goolbai
	It's the escalator I can't manage. New Delhi: Rupa, 
	1994. 146 p.

Gupta, Ruby
	The fulfilment: a collection of short stories. New Delhi:
        Har-Anand publications, 1996. 108 p.

Gupta, Shakti M.
	Women on men. New Delhi: Sterling, 1976. 201 p.

Gupta, Sunetra, 1965-
	The glass blower's breath. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1993. 266 p.; London: Orion, 1993. 266 p.; London: 
	Phoenix, 1994. v, 266 p.; New  Delhi: Penguin Books 
	India, 1993. 266 p.

	Memories of rain. New York: Weidenfeld, 1992. iv, 198 
	p.; London: Orion, 1992; New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1992. 198 p.

	Moonlight into marzipan. New Delhi: Penguin, 1995. 170 
	p.

Haksar, Urmila
	The future that was. New Delhi: Sterling Pub., 1973.

Hamidullah, Begum Zaib-un-Nisa
	The young wife & other stories. Karachi: Mirror Publ., 
	1958. 130 p.; 2nd ed. Karachi: Mirror Publications, 
	1972. 114 p.

Hariharan, Githa, 1954-
	The art of dying and other stories. New Delhi: Penguin 
	Books, 1993. x, 166 p.

	The ghosts of Vasu Master.  New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1994. viii, 276 p.

	The thousand faces of night. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 
	1992. 139 p.

Hauli, Sheela
	Potpouri: a series of short tales. Calcutta: Thacker, 
	Spink and Co., 1912.

Hersman, Rohini see Rohini

Hiranandani, Popati Ramchand, 1924-
	{Sindhi}
	The coward. Bombay: Prof. Popati R. Hiranandani, 1987. 
	xvi, 79 p.

Holliday, Mary
	Open season for fury. New Delhi: HarperCollins India, 
	1991. 262 p.

Hollis, Angelika Gabrielle
	Submission and Lilybeth's diary. N.p.(Sri Lanka): n.p., 
	1994. vi, 183 p.

Holmstrom, Lakshmi
	Kannagi: a modern version of Silappadikaram. Bombay: 
	Sangam Books, 1980. 111 p.

Hosain, Attia, 1913-1998
	Phoenix fled and other stories. London: Chatto and 
	Windus, 1953. 202 p.; New York: Penguin Books, 1989. 
	xxi, 202 . Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1993. xxi, 9-202 p.

	Sunlight on a broken column. London: Chatto and Windus, 
	1961. 319 p. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1980. 320 p.; 
	New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1992. xiv, 14-318 p.

Hossain, Rokeya Sakhawat, 1880-1932.
	{Bengali}
	Sultana's dream and selections from The secluded ones. 
	Trans. and edited by Roushan Jahan. New York: The 
	Feminist Press at the City University of New York, 
	1988.  Sultana's dream was first written in English and 
	translated by tue author into Bengali.

Hossain, Selina, 1947-
	{Bengali}
	[Nila mayurera yaubana]
	Plumed peacock. Trans. by Kabir Chowdhury. Dhaka: 
	Chaturange, 1983. 160 p.

	[Hanara, nadi, greneda]
	The shark, the river, and the grenades. Trans. by 
	Abedin Quader. Dhaka: Bangla Academy, 1987. 100 p.

Hussain, Iqbalunnisa
        Purdah and polygamy: a life in an Indian Muslim household.
        Bangalore: Hosali Press, 1944. 310 p.

Hutheesing, Krishna Nehru, 1907-1968
	Shadows on the wall. New York: John Day, 1948. 116 p.

Hyder, Qurratulain, 1927-
	{Urdu}
	[Akhir-i shab ke hamsafar, 1979]
	Fireflies in the mist: a novel. New Delhi: Sterling 
	Publishers, 1994. viii, 347 p.

	River of fire. Unverified, 1959.

	[Patjhar ki awaz]
	The sound of falling leaves. Trans. by the author. New 
	Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1994. xv, 249 p.

        The street singers of Lucknow and other stories. New Delhi:
        Sterling, 1996. 170 p.

	A woman's life: a novel. Trans. by the author. New 
	Delhi: Chetana  Pub., 1979. 96 p.  Contains two 
	novelettes: A woman's life; and Tea gardens of Sylhet.
Indira, M.K., 1917-
	{Kannada}
	[Phaniyamma, 1976]
	Phaniyamma: a novel. Trans. by Tejeswini Niranjana. New 
	Delhi: Kali for Women, 1989. 140 p.

Irene, C.D.
	Flight to freedom. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 
	126 p.

	Slaves of society. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 
	128 p.

Ishvani, G., pseud.
	The brocaded sari. New York: John Day, 1946. 205 p.;  
	also published as: Girl in Bombay. London: Pilot Press, 
	1947.

Jafa, Jyoti, 1942-
	Nurjahan: a historical novel. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1978. 283 p.

Jagtiani, Lata
        Temple bells and other stories. Mumbai: India Books Dist., 1996.
        123 p.

Jain, Sunita, 1941-
	Eunuch of time and other stories. Delhi: Vikas, 1982. 
	83 p.

	A girl of her age: a novel. New Delhi: Chetana, 1979. 
	153 p.

	A woman is dead: stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1980. 73 p.

Jayakar, Pupul, 1915-
	God is not a full stop: and other stories. Bombay: 
	Kutub, 1949. 110 p.

Jayamanne, Laleen & Sheilah Steinberg
	Prodigal daughters: an adventure in four parts and a 
	bit. Victoria, Australia: Backyard Press, 1981. 80 p.

Jayasinghe, Malika
	Written in stone. N.p. (Sri Lanka): n.p., 1994. 126 p.

Jayawardena, Dagmar
	Pale hands: a posthumous novel. Edited by Kenneth M. de 
	Lanerolle. Kandy: the editor, 1983. 85 p.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer, 1927-
	Amrita. New York: Norton, 1958. 283 p.. First published 
	as:  To whom she will. London: Allen and Unwin. 1955. 
	304 p.

	A backward place. New York: Norton, 1965. 255 p.

	Esmond in India. London: Allen and Unwin, 1958. 256 p.; 
	New York: Norton, 1958. 269 p.

	An experience of India. London: John Murray, 1972. 224 
	p.; New York: Norton, 1972. 220 p.

	Get ready for battle. London: John Murray, 1962. 224 
	p.; New York: NOrton, 1963. 224 p.

	Heat and dust. London: John Murray, 1975. 187 p.; New 
	York: Harper and Row, 1976. 187 p.; Delhi: Hind Pocket 
	Books, n.d. 185 p.

	The householder. London: John Murray, 1960. 191 p.; New 
	York: Norton, 1960. 191 p.

	How I became a holy mother and other stories.  London: 
	John Murray, 1976. 203 p.; New York: Harper and Roy, 
	1976. 218 p.

	In search of love and beauty. London: J. Murray, 1983. 
	227 p.

	Like, birds, like fishes and other stories. London: 
	John Murray, 1963. 224 p.; New York: Norton, 1964. 224 
	p.

	The nature of passion. London: Allen and Unwin, 1956. 
	269 p.; New York: Norton, 1957. 267 p.

	A new dominion. London: John Murray, 1972. 224 p.; Also 
	published as: Travellers. New York: Harper and Row, 
	1973. 247 p.

	Out of India. New York: Morrow, 1986. 288 p.

	Poet and dancer. New ed. London: Penguin, 1994. 208 p.

	Shards of memory. London: Murray, 1995. 272 p.

	A stronger climate: nine short stories. London: John 
	Murray, 1968, 1976. 214 p.

	The three continents. London: John Murray, 1987.

	To whom she will. London: Allen and Unwin. 1955. 304 
	p.; published as: Amrita. New York: Norton, 1958. 283 
	p.  London: John Murray, 1965. 236 p.

	Travellers. New York: Harper and Row, 1973. 247 p.; 
	also published as: A new dominion. London: John Murray, 
	1972. 224 p.

Books about Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

	Passages to Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Edited by Ralph J. 
	Crane. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1991. xii, 114 
	p.

   Agarwal, Ramlal Gulabchand, 1940-
	Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: a study of her fiction. New 
	Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1990. 126 p.

   Bailur, Jayanti
	Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: fiction and film. New Delhi: 
	Arnold Publishers, 1992. 132 p.

   Bijawat, Radha
        The evolving image of India in the novels of Mrs. Ruth P. Jhabvala.
        New Delhi: Classical Pub. Co., 1997. Vii, 196 p.

   Chadha, Ramesh, 1937-
	Cross-cultural interaction in Indian English fiction: 
	an analysis  of the novels of Ruth Jhabvala and Kamala 
	Markandaya. New Delhi: National Book Organisation, 
	1988. xii, 166 p.

   Crane, Ralph J.
	Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. New York: Twayne, 1992. xiv, 143 
	p.

   Gooneratne, Yasmine, 1935-
	Silence, exile and cunning: the fiction of Ruth Prawer 
	Jhabvala. New Delhi: Orient Longman, 1983. 325 p.

   Jha, Rekha
	The novels of Kamala Markandaya and Ruth Jhabvala: a 
	study in East-West encounter. New Delhi: Prestige Books 
	in association with Indian Society for Communwealth 
	Studies, 1990. 176 p.

   Rai, Sudha, 1952-
	Homeless by choice: Naipaul, Jhabvala, Rushdie and 
	India. Jaipur: Printwell, 1992. 215 p.

   Saxena, O.P.
	Geography of Jhabvala's novels. New Delhi: Jainsons 
	Publications, 1985. 165 p.

   Shahane, Vasant A.
	Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 
	1976. 198 p.

   Shepherd, Ronald
	Ruth Prawer Jhabwala in India: the Jewish connection. 
	Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 1994. 176 p.

   Sohi, Harinder K.
	Ruth Jhabvala's "Heat and Dust": an exploration in the 
	semiotics of social predicament. New Delhi: Bahri 
	Publications, 1986.

   Solanki, Rajni, 1953-
	Major themes in the novels of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. New 
	Delhi: Jainsons Pub., 1994. 113 p.

   Sucher, Lawrie, 1942-
	The fiction of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala: the politics of 
	passion. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989. x, 251 p.

   Williams, Haydn Moore
	The fiction of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1973.


John, Usha
	The unknown lover and other stories. Bombay: Orient 
	Longman, 1960.

Joshi, Esha Basanti, 1908-
	The jewel in the case and other stories. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1994. 300 p.

Joshi, Rita
	The awakening: a novella in rhyme. New Delhi: UBSPD, 
	1993. 97 p.

Josson, Suma, 1951-
	Circumferences. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1994. 
	210 p.

Junaid, Shahwar
	Survivors of many sorts: a collection of short stories. 
	Rawalpindi: Pub. Consultants, 1993. i, 142 p.
Kacker, Loveleen, 1954-
	Pitaji: a novel. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1987. 163 
	p.

Kak, Manju, 1952-
	First light in Colonelpura: short stories. New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books, 1994. 195 p.

Kalhan, Promilla
	Forbidden bride. New Delhi: Sterling, 1975. 81 p.

Kamani, Ginu, 1962-
	Junglee girl. San Franciso: Aunt Lute Books, 1995. 195 
	p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 1995. 195 p.; London: ?, 1995. 
	195 p.

Kannan, Lakshmi Venkatraman, 1943-    . pseud. Kaveri
	{Tamil}
	India gate and other stories. Trans. by the author. New 
	Delhi: Orient Longman, 1993. 159 p.

	Parijata and other stories. Trans. by the author. New 
	Delhi: National Publishing House, 1922. 166 p.

	Rhythms: a collection of short fiction. New Delhi: 
	Vikas, 1986. 145 p.

Kapadia, Kundanika, 1927-
	{Gujarati}
	[Sat paglan akashman, 1985]
	Seven steps in the sky. Trans. by Kunjbala and William 
	Anthony. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, in association 
	with Sahitya Akademi, 1994. 263 p. 

Kapoor, Aruna, 1950-
	{Hindi}
	[Dhudha ke galiyare]
	The mist. Trans. by Madhu Raina. Delhi; B.R. Publ. 
	Corp., 1992. 106 p.

Kapur, Malavika
	The lost soul and other stories. Delhi: B.R. Publ. Co., 
	1989. iii, 68 p.

Kapur, Pushpa
	Rajni. New Delhi: Ramakrishna and Sons, 194? 265 p.

Kapur, Vimla
	Life goes on. Lahore: Associated Pub., 1946. 274 p.

Karmakar, Basanti
	Love in the throes of tradition: a novel. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1990. 253 p.

	Love's fearful passage. Singapore: Yang Publishers, 
	1993.

Karodia, Farida
	Against an African sky and other stories. Cape Town: D. 
	Philip, 1995. 178 p.

	Coming home and other stories. London: Heinemann, 1988. 
	185 p.

	Daughters of the twilight. London: Women's Press, 1986. 150 p.

	A shattering of silence. Oxford: Heinemann, 1993. 216 
	p.

Karunaratne, Suvimalee, 1939-
	Bili puja. Colombo: Hansa Publishers, 1973. viii, 102 
	p.

	Lake marsh. N.p.: n.p., 1993. 144 p.

Kasbekar, Sushama
	The tax dodgers.  As narrated by Bhalachandra Palekar. 
	Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1985. 361 p.

Katrak, Usha and Kersey D. Katrak, 1936- 
	The Bhikshuk and the lady abbess Snehlata Damayanta: 
	five little sermons went to market. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1971.

Kaur, Bachint
	{Panjabi}
	Draupadi. New Delhi: Enkay, 1990. 90 p.
	The embers: a collection of short stories. New Delhi: 
	Enkay, 1990.  x, 98 p.

Kaveri, pseud. see Kannan, Lakshmi Venkatraman, 1943- 

Kazi, Elsa Gertrude Loesch, 1884-1967.
	Flower fairy stories: a miscellany of flower fairy 
	stories and essays. Compiled by Ali Ahmed K. Brohi. 
	Karachi: Sindm Graduates Association, 1992. 189 p.

	Old English garden symphony: a novel with twelve 
	themes, exposition, development and recapitulation. 
	Karachi: A.K.Brohi, n.d.

Khan, Gulfiza
        Mystical paths: a collection of short stories.  Islamabad: n.p.,
        1996. xi, 155 p.

Khanna, Savitri
	Prejudice of ages and other stories. by Savitri Khanna 
	and K.L. Sadanah.  Cornwall, Ontario: Vesta 
	Publications, 1979.  viii, 235 p.

Khanna, Shefali, 1971-
	In the labyrinth of life: stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1992. 74 p.

Khar, Parineeta
	On the shores of the vitasta: four novellas about 
	Kashmiri women. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1994? 154 
	p.

Khare, Leelabai Ganesh, pseud. Venu Chitale.
	In transit. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1950. 

Kirchner, Bharti
        Shiva dancing.  New York: Dutton, 1998.

Krishna, Kamala
	Torchbearers: a story of the realms of master souls. 
	Chicago: Solar Logos Pub. Co., 1925. 380 p.

Krishna, Usha Ananda, 1953-
	A turbulent passage. New Delhi: UBSPD, 1996. vii, 243 
	p.

Krishnan, Rajam, 1925-
	{Tamil}
	[Culalil mitakkum tipankal]
	Lamps in the whirlpool. Trans. by Uma Narayanan and 
	Prema Seetharam. New Delhi: Macmillan India, 1995. xv, 
	88 p.

Kulatunga, Sita
	Dari, the third wife. Dehiwala: Sridevi Printers, 1992. 
	126 p.

Kumar, Anita
	The night of the seven dawns: a war novel. New Delhi: 
	Vikas, 1979. 120 p.

Kumar, Neelam, 1953-
	I, a woman. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1991. 95 p.

Ladha, Yasmin
	Lion's granddaughter and other stories. Edmonton: 
	NeWest Press, 1992.

Lakshmi, 1921-1989. 
	{Tamil}
	[Oru Kaviriyaip pola]
	Ripples in the river. Trans. by Indira Ananthakrishna. 
	New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, 1992. 223 p.

Lakshmi, C.S., pseud. Ambai.
	{Tamil}
	A purple sea: short stories by Ambai. Trans. by Lakshmi 
	Holmstrom. New Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press, 1992. 
	xii, 223 p.

Langley, Lee, 1932-
	A house in Pondicherry. London: Heinemann, 1995. 275 p.

	Persistent rumours. London: Heinemann, 1992. 294 p.

Lannoy, Violet Dias
	Pears from the willow tree. Washington, D.C.: Three 
	Continents Press, 1989.

Lodhi, Farkhanda, 1937-
	{Urdu}
	People of the city. Lahore: Seher Publication, 1975.

Lokuge, Chandani 
	Moth and other stories. Sydney, N.S.W., Hebden Bridge: 
	Dangaroo, 1992. 101 p.
Mahadevan, Meera, 1931-
	{Hindi}
	[Apana ghara]
	Shulamith. Trans. by the author. New Delhi: Anrold-
	Heinemann, 1975. 208 p.
Mahindra, Indira, 1926-
	The club. London: Bodley Head, 1984. 159 p.

	The end play. London: Allison & Busby, 1994. 201 p.; 
	New Delhi: Rupa, 1994.

Malik, Aisha
	The wheels go round and round. Lahore: Enfine Book 
	Centre, 1966.

Mandava, Bhargavi C.
	Where the oceans meet. Seattle: Seal Press-Feminist, 
	1996. 272 p.

Mangala, Christine, 1944-
	The firewalkers. N.p.: Aquila Books Ltd, 1991. 256 p.

Mann, Sita
        Secrets in the attic.  Leicester, England: Linford; F.A. Thorpe,
        Ltd, 1995. 254 p.

Manuel, Lalitha
	The paddy bird and by the Irrawaddy. Lucknow: Lucknow 
	Publishing House, 1970.

Mara, Rachna
        Of customs and excise: short fiction. Toronto: Second Story
        Press, 1991. 119 p.

Markandaya, Kamala Purnaiya, 1924-
	The coffer dams. Delhi: Hindi Pocket Books, 1969.; New 
	York: John Day, 1969. 256 p.; London: Hamish Hamilton, 
	1969. 226 p.; New York: Fawcett, 1971.

	The golden honeycomb. London: Chatto and Windus, 1977. 
	468 p.

	A handful of rice. New York: John Day, 1966. 233 p.; 
	Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1967. 325 p.; Delhi: Orient 
	Paperbacks, 1985. 236 p.

	Nectar in a sieve. London: Putnam, 1954. 248 p.; New 
	York: John Day, 1954; Bombay: Jaico, 1965; New York: 
	Signet, 1967.

	The nowhere man. New York: John Day, 1972; London: 
	Allen Cane, 1973. 319 p.; New Delhi: Orient Longman, 
	1975.

	Pleasure city. London: Chatto & Windus, 1982. 341 p.;
	Shalimar. New York: Harper & Row, 1983. 341 p.

	Possession. London: Putnam, 1962. 249 p.; New York: 
	John Day, 1963; Bombay: Jaico, 1971. 239 p.

	A silence of desire. New York: John Day, 1960. 224 p.; 
	New Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1965.

	Some inner fury. London: Putnam, 1955; New York: John 
	Day, 1955. 286 p.; New York: Signet, 1967; Bombay: 
	Jaico, 1971. 212 p.

	Two virgins. New York: John Day, 1973; London: Chatto 
	and Windus, 1974. 250 p.; New Delhi: Vikas, 1975. 250 
	p.;  New Delhi: Tarang Paperbacks, 1984. 250 p.

Works about Kamala Purnaiya Markandaya

   Abidi, Syed Zaheer Hasan
	Kamala Markanadaya's Nectar in a sieve: a critical 
	study. Bareilly: Prakash Book Depot, 1976.

   Afzal-Khan, Fawzia
	Cultural imperialism and the Indo-English novel: genre 
	and ideology in R.K. Narayan, Anita Desai, Kamala 
	Markandaya, and Salman Rushdie.  University Park, Pa.: 
	Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993. x, 194 p.

   Banerji, Niroj
	Kamala Markandaya: a critical study. Allahabad: Kitab 
	Mahal, 1990. x, 167 p.

   Bhatnagar, Anil Kumar
	Kamala Markandaya: a thematic study. New Delhi: Sarup & 
	Sons, 1995. iii, 156 p.

   Chadha, Ramesh, 1937-
	Cross-cultural interaction in Indian English fiction: 
	an analysis of the novels of Ruth Jhabvala and Kamala 
	Markandaya. New Delhi: National Book Organisation, 
	1988. xii, 166 p.

   Jha, Rekha
	The novels of Kamala Markandaya and Ruth Jhabvala: a 
	study in East-West encounter. New Delhi: Prestige Books 
	in association with Indian Society for Communwealth 
	Studies, 1990. 176 p.

   Joseph, Margaret P., 1932-
	Kamala Markandaya. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1980. 
	226 p.

   Kumar, A.V. Suresh
	Six Indian novelists: Mulk Raj Anand, Raja Rao, R.K. 
	Narayan, Balachandran Rajan, Kamala Markandaya, Anita 
	Desai. New Delhi: Creative Books, 1996. 132 p.

   Pathania, Usha
	Human bonds and bondages: the fiction of Anita Desai 
	and Kamala Markandaya. Delhi: Kanishka Publ. House, 
	1992. x, 216 p.

   Prasad, Madhusudan, ed.
	Perspectives on Kamala Markandaya. Edited by Madhusudan 
	Prasad. Ghaziabad: Vimal Prakashan, 1984. xxxiv, 269 p.

   Rao, K.S.N.
	The new harvest: the Indian novel in English in the 
	Post-Independence era: Woman at work: Kamala 
	Markandaya.   Ph.D. thesis submitted to Pennsylvania 
	State Unviersity.

   Reddy, K. Venkata, 1939-
	Major Indian novelists: Mulk Raj Anand, R.K. Narayan, 
	Raja Rao, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Kamala Markandaya. New 
	Delhi: Prestige Books in association with Indian 
	Society for Commonwealth Studies, 1990. 104 p.

   Srivastava, Ramesh Kumar, 1940-
	Six Indian novelists in English. Amritsar: Guru Nanak 
	Dev University, 1987. 359 p.

   Wali, Sham Kumari
	Kamala Markandaya: Nectar in a sieve, a stylistic 
	study. Jaipur: Printwell Publishers, 1987. x, 136 p.
Masroor, Mehr Nigar
	Shadows of time: a novel. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 
	1987. 445 p.

Massey, Jamila and Reginald Massey
	The immigrants. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1973.

Mathai, Manorama, 1936-
	Lilies that fester. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 
	167 p.

	Mulligatawny soup. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1993. 150 	p.

	An unsuitable woman. Unverified.

Mathur, Rita Singh, 1945-
	Shifting skies. New Delhi: Vikas, 1981. 170 p.

McDermott, Janet
	Yasmin. London: Mantra, 1992.

Meer, Ameena, 1964-
	Bombay talkie. New York: High Risk Books, 1994. 273 p.

Mehta, Dina, 1928-
	And some take a lover. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1992. 317 
	p.

	Miss Menon did not believe in magic. New Delhi: Rupa & 
	Co., 1994. 185 p.

	The other woman and other stories. New Delhi: Vikas, 
	1981. 121 p.

Books about Dina Mehta

   Rao, Ramachandrapurapu Raj, 1955-
	Ten Indian writers in interview. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1991. 106 p.

Mehta, Gita
	Karma cola. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1993. xii, 
	193 p. First published: Simon & Schuster, 1979.

	Raj: a novel. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1989; Bombay: 
	India Book Distributors, 1989. 463 p.; London: Mandarin 
	Paperbacks, 1990. 480 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 
	1994.

	The river sutra. New York: ??, 1993.; A river sutra. 
	London: Minerva, 1994. 276 p.; River sutra. New Delhi: 
	Penguin, 1993. 282 p.

Books about Gita Mehta

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.


Mehta, Rama, 1923-
	Inside the haveli. New ed. London: Women's Press, 1994. 
	1 vol.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996.; 1st published 
	1977.

	The life of Keshav: a family story from India. New 
	York: McGraw-Hill, 1969.; London: Angus and Robertson, 
	1971. 152 p.

Books about Rama Mehta

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

Mehta, Tina
        The Zarathushtrian saga. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1995. 714 p.

Melwani, Mona
	Virginia Green and the band boys. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, n.d.

Mendis, Rosalind, 1902-1996.
	My son Lia and other stories. Colombo: Printed at 
	Karunaratna Bros., Ltd, 1974. 75 p.

	Nandhimitta: a story of ancient Ceylon. Colombo: M.D. 
	Gunasena, 1952. 105 p.

	The tragedy of a mystery: a Ceylon story. London: 
	Arthur H. Stockwell, 1929. 144 p.; 2nd ed. London: 
	Arthur H. Stockwell, 1987. 144 p.

Miri, Sujata
	Days and nights. New Delhi: National Pub. House, 1996. 
	145 p.

Mitter, Sara S.
	Dharma's daughters. New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 198 	p.

Mohammad, Amina P.
	Under the tamarind tree. Dhaka: Unique Printers, 1991. 	90 p.

Mohandas, Punam
	Fallen angels. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1995?

Mohanraj, Mary Anne
        Torn shapes of desire: internet erotica. Drexel Hill, PA:
        Intangible Assets Manufacturing, 1996.
		
Mookerji, Tapati
	Murder needs a staircase; and, Six faces of Eve. 
	Bombay: Jaico, 1963.

Moorthy, Nirmala
        Maya. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1997. 352 p.

Mootoo, Shani, 1957-
	Out on Main Street and other stories. Vancouver: Press 	Gang
Publisehrs, 1993. 122 p.

Moulik, Achala, 1941-
	The conquerors: a novel. New Delhi: UBSPD, 1996. viii, 
	692 p.

        Earth is but a star. New Delhi: UBS Publishers Distributors, 1997.
        viii, 340 p.

	Kings, queens and lovers. Bangalore: IBH Prakashan, 
	1978. xi, 404 p.; New Delhi: UBSPD, 1996.

	Seasons in paradise: a collection of short stories. 
	Bangalore: IBH Prakashana, 1980. 218 p.

Mukerjea, Brinda
	A fizzle yield. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1991. 296 
	p. Continues: The fourth profile.

	The fourth profile: a novel. Calcutta: Writers Workshp, 
	1990. 273 p.  Continued by: A fizzle yield, 1991.

Mukherjee, Bharati, 1940-
	Darkness. New York: Penguin, 1985. 199 p.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1990. 199 p.

	The holder of the world. New York: Knopf, 1993.; New 
	Delhi: Viking India, 1993. 286 p.

	Jasmine. Markham, Ont.: Viking, 1989.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1990. 248 p.

        Leave it to me. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1997.

	The middle man and other stories. New York: Grove 
	Press, 1988. 197 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1990. 208 p.

	The tiger's daughter. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971. 
	210 p.; London: Chatto and Windus, 1973. 210 p. New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 1990. 210 p.

	Wife. Boston. Houghton and Mifflin, 1975. 220 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books (India), 1990. 213 p. 

Books about Bharati Mukherjee

	The fiction of Bharati Mukherjee: a critical symposium. 
	Edited by R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1996. 223 
	p.

	Indian women novelists: with a focus on feminist and 
	women studies Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Bharati 
	Mukherjee, Shobha De, Rama Mehta, Gita Mehta. Edited by 
	R.K. Dhawan. New Delhi: Prestige, 1991.

Nagpal, Veena, 1942-
	Adventures in space and the time travellers. Bombay; 
	Echo Books, 1967. 104 p.

	Compulsion. New Delhi: Sterling, 1975. 253 p.

	Karmayogi. Bombay: Jaico, 1972. viii, 370 p.

Nair, Anita,
        Satyr of the subway.  New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1997. 143 p.

Nambisan, Kavery
        The scent of pepper. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1996.

Namjoshi, Suniti, 1941-
	Aditi and the one eyed monkey. London: Sheba, 1986. 64 
	p.

	The blue donkey fables. London: Women's Press, 1988. 
	128 p.

	The conversations of cow. London: Women's Press, 1985. 
	125 p.; New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 199? 128 p.

	Feminist fables. Drawings by Susan Trangmar. London: 
	Sheba Feminist Publishers, 1981. 123 p.; new ed. 
	London: Virago, 1994. 144 p.

	Feminist fables: Saint Suniti and the dragon. New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1995. 239 p.

	The mothers of Maya Diip. London: Women's Press, 1989. 
	146 p.

	Saint Suniti and the dragon and other fables. London: 
	Virago,1994.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1995. 239 p.

Naqvi, Tahira, 1945-
        Attar of roses and other stories of Pakistan. Boulder: Lynee Rienner
        Publishers, 1997. V, 145 p.

Narain, Lata  see Sastri, Prema, 1932-

Narang, Saloni, 1942-
	The coloured bangles and other stories. 2nd ed. 
	Washington, D.C.: Three Continents Press, 1984. viii, 
	78 p.

	Khadi and the bullet: a novel. New Delhi: Vikas 
	Publishing House, 1991. 255 p.

	The return. New Delhi: n.p., 1982.

Narasimhan, Raji, 1930-
	Drifting to a dawn: a novel. New Delhi: Vikas Pub. 
	House, 1983. 130 p.

	Forever free. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1979. 157 p.

	The heart of standing is you cannot fly. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1973. 131 p.

	The marriage of Bela. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1978. 
	102 p.

	The sky changes: a novel. Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp., 1991. 
	143 p.

Narasimhan, Sakuntala, 1940-
	Lucky days & other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1989. 87 p.

Narayan, Kirin
	Love, stars and all that. New York: Pocket Books, 
	1994.; New Delhi: Penguin India, 1994. viii, 311 p.; 
	London: Piatkus, 1995. 311 p.

Nasrin, Taslima, 1962?-
	{Bengali}
	[Lajja]
	Lajja=Shame. Trans. by Tutul Gupta. New Delhi: Penguin 
	India, 1994.216 p.

Books about Taslima Nasrin

   Riaz, Ali
	Voice & silence: contextualizing Taslima Nasreen. 
	Dhaka: Ankur Prakashani, 1995. 87 p.

Nawaz, Mumtaz Shah, 1912-1948.
	The heart divided. Lahore: Mumtaz Publications, 1957.; 
	2nd ed. Lahore: ASR Publications, 1990. vii, 481 p.

Nayak, Meena Arora
	In the aftermath: a novel. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1992. ix, 177 p.

Nazrul. Hazera
	{Bengali}
	Only one life to live. Trans. by Zakeria Shirazi. 
	Dhaka: Neon Prokashoni, 1990. 116 p.

Nimbkar, Jai, 1932-
	Come rain. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1993. 267 p.

	A joint venture. Phaltan, India: Jai Nimbkar, 1988. 147 
	p.

	The lotus leaves & other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1971. 80 p.

	The phantom bird and other stories. New Delhi: Indus, 
	1993. 211 p.

	Temporary answers. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1974. iv, 
	221 p.
Obeyesekere, Ranjini
	A grief ago: five stories. Colombo: International 
	Centre for Ethnic Studies, 1991. 45 p.

	Treasure in the forest and other stories. Colombo: Lake 
	House Publishers, 1974.

Padmanabhan, Manjula, 1953-
	Hot death, cold soup: twelve short stories. New Delhi: 
	Kali for Women, 1996. 264 p.

Paintal, Veena, 1932-
	An autumn leaf. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1976. 160 p.

	Link in the broken chain. New Delhi: Army Ecuational 
	Services, 1967. 320 p.

	Midnight woman. New Delhi: Sterling Pub., 1979. 226 p.

	Roshni, portrait of love. Dehradun: E.B.D. Pub., 1967. 
	334 p.

	Serenity of storm. Bombay: Allied, 1966.

	Spring returns. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1977. 189 p.

Palit, Sudha
	The diehard & other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1988. 92 p.

Pande, Mrinal, 1946-
	Daughter's daughter. London: Mantra Pub., 1993.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin India, 1993. 117 p.

        Devi: tales of the Goddess of our time. New Delhi: Penguin Books,
        1996. Xxiii, 184 p.

        [Jo Ram rachi rakha urf kissa manna Seth ka]
        That which god hath ordained or the tale of Manna Seth. Trans. by
        the author.  In "Enact." Nos. 181-182, January-February 1992. pp. 1-20.

	[Jo Ram rachi rakha urf kissa manna Seth ka]         
	That which Ram hath ordained or the Tale of Manna Seth. 
	Calcutta: Seagull Books, 1994. vii, 62 p.

Pant, Gaura, 1923-   pseud. Shivani
	{Hindi}
	Trust and other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	198?

	Krishnakali and other stories. Trans. by Masooma Ali. 
	Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1995. 357 p.

Parmeswaran, Tara, 1908-
	Once bitten, twice married. New Delhi: Arnold-
	Heinemann, 1976. 231 p.

Paul, K.D.
	Women can like it ... too. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1995. 
	162 p.

Pennell, Alice Maud Sorabji
	The begum's son. London: John Murray, 1928.

	Children of the border. London: John Murray, 1926.

	Doorways of the east: an Indian novel. London: John 
	Murray, 1931.

Perera, Padma Hejmadi, 1939-
	Birthday, deathday and other stories. London: Women's 
	Press, 1985. 178 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1992. 
	178 p.

	Coigns of vantage. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1972. 
	137 p.

	Dr. Salaaam & other stories of India. Santa Barbara, 
	California: Capra Press, 1978. 137 p.

Perkins, Mitali Bose
	The Sunita experiment. Boston: Joy Street Books/Little 
	Brown & Co., 1993. 179 p.

Persaud, Lakshmi
	Sastra. Leeds: Peepal Tree Books, 1993. 273 p.

Pritam, Amrita, 1919-
	{Panjabi}
	[Uninja dina]
	49 days: a novel. Trans. by Krishna Gorowara. Delhi: 
	Chanakya Publications, 1981. 142 p.

	The aerial and other stories. Trans. by Prabhakar 
	Machwe and others. Calcutta: United Writers, 1978. 154 
	p.

	[Kore kaghaza]
	Blank sheets. Transcreated by Krishna Gorowara. Delhi: 
	B.R. Pub., Corp., 1992. 84 p.

	[Ik sahir di maut]
	Death of a city. Trans. by Suresh Kohli and others. New 
	Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann (India), 1976. 223 p.

	[Doctor Dev, 1949]
	Doctor Dev. Trans. by Krishan Gujral. Delhi: Hind 
	Pocket Books, 1968. 150 p. Includes "Exiled: from the 
	dawn of life to the dusk of life." trans. by G.S.P. 
	Suri, p. 97-150.

	[Jebkatre]
	Flirting with youth. Trans. by Raj Gill. New Delhi: 
	Sterling, 1973. 144 p.

	[Pakki haweli]
	The haunted house; and The thirteenth sun: two novels. 
	Trans. by Jai Rattan.  New Delhi: Vikas, 1992. 155 p.

	A line in water. Trans. by Krishna Gorowara. New Delhi: 
	Arnold-Heinemann (India), 1975. 141 p.;  Published as: 
	Village no. 36: a novel. New Delhi: Sterling, 199?

	Nobody knows; and, Time and beyond: two short novels. 
	Trans. by Krishna Gorowara. New Delhi: Himalaya Books, 
	1977. 112 p.

	Profiles. Delhi: Raj Deep Publication, 1983. 154 p.

	The rising sun. Trans. by Krishna Gorowara. New Delhi: 
	India Paperbacks, 1977. 121 p.

	The skeleton; and, That man.  Trans. by Khushwant 
	Singh. New Delhi: Sterling, 1987. 97 p.

	The skeleton and other writings. Trans. and adopted by 
	Khushwant Singh. Bombay: Jaico, 1964. 105 p.

	A slice of life: selected works. New Delhi: Vikas Pub. 
	House, 1990. 282 p.

	A statement of agony. New Delhi: Shilalekh, 1992? 106 
	p.  Two novelettes: A statement of agony, trans. by 
	Krishna Gorowara and; The empty space, trans. by Hari 
	Sharma.

	That man. Trans. by Krishna Gorowara. New Delhi: 
	Sterling, 1974. 106 p.

	Their signature and other novelettes. Delhi: Aman Pub. 
	Co., 1995. 156 p.  Their signature, trans. by Hari 
	Sharma; The exiled, trans. by G.S. P. Suri; and The 
	rising sun, trans. by Krishna Gorowara.

	[Terhawam suraja]
	Thirteenth sun=Teharwan suraj. Delhi: Vikrant Press, 
	1982. 145 p.

	Two faces of Eve. Trans. by Prabhakar Machwe and G.S.P. 
	Suri. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, n.d. 160 p.

	Village no. 36: a novel. New Delhi: Sterling, 1994.  
	Originally published as: A line in water, 1975.
Radhika, S., 1967-
	Stories & poems. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1992. 33 
	p.

Raghavan, Chudamani, 1931-
	{Tamil}
	[Iravuc cutar]
	Yamini=Iravuchudar. Trans. by Vasantha Surya. Madras: 
	Macmillan India, 1996. 70 p.
Book review
Raghavan, Kamala, 1925-
	Some inner force and other stories. Hyderabad, India: 
	S. Raghavan and Somatha Power Press, 1988. 311 p.

Raimedhi, Indrani, 1962-
        The second coming and other stories. Guwahati: Spectrum
        Publishers, 1996. vi, 156 p.

Raina, Vimala, 1912-
	Ambapali. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 1962.

	Indian love legends. Bombay: Popular, 1967.

Raj, Hilda
	Trail of evil. New Delhi: Vikas, 1978. 161 p.

Rajamani, Lalita
	Sweet seventeen. Madras: Kalavalli Press, 1965.

Ramakrishnan, Prema
	The homemaker and other stories. New Delhi: Indus, 
	1994. 85 p.

Ramanujan, Molly, 1932-    . pseud. Shouri Daniels
	A city of children and other stories. Delhi: Chanakya 
	Publications, 1986. 183 p.

	The salt doll. Delhi: Vikas, 1977. 191 p.

Ramaya, Shona
	Beloved mother, queen of the night. London: Martin 
	Secker & Warburg, 1993; New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1994. 261 p.

	Flute. New York: Viking, 1989. 264 p.

Rana, Greta, 1943-
	Distant hills. Kathmandu: Sharda Prakashan Griha, 1977. 
	184 p.

	Guests in this country. unverified

	Nothing greener. Kathmandu: Sharda Prakashan Griha, 
	1977. 69 p.

	Right it is. Kathmandu: Sharda Prakashan Griha, 197?.

Rana, Indi
	The roller birds of Rampur. New York: Henry Holt,  
	1993. vi, 298 p.

Ranasinghe, Anne, 1925-
	Desire and other stories. Colombo: English Writers 
	Cooperative, 1994. 144 p.

        Mascot & symbol. Colombo: English Writers Cooperative of Sri
        Lanka, 1997. 169 p.

Randhawa, Ravinder, 1952-
	Hari-jan. London: Mantra, 1992.

	A wicked old woman. London: Women's Press, 1987.; 
	Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1993. 207 p.

Rao, Bhargavi P.
	Pebbles on the sea shore. Hyderabad: Panchajanya 
	Publications, 1990. 94 p.

Rao, Cheryl, 1954-
	The cord & other stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 
	1992. 125 p.

Rao, Malathi
	And in Banares flow the Ganga: a collection of short 
	stories. Delhi: Academic Foundation, 1993. 160 p.

	The bridge: a novel. Delhi: Chanakya Publications, 
	1990. v, 212 p.

	Come for a coffee, please: stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1982. 126 p.

	Passion fruit & other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1980. 124 p.

Rao, Shanta Rameshwar, 1924-
	Children of god. Calcutta: Sangam Books, 1976. 157 p. 

	In worshop of Shiva. Hyderabad: Orient Longman, 1986. 
	174 p.

	Seethu. Bombay: Orient Longman, 1980. 150 p.

Rao-Seshadri, Shreelata
	Matrimonials are deadly. New Delhi: Penguin India, 
	1995. 175 p.

Rathnamal, Sita
	Beyond the jungle: a tale of south India. Edinburgh: 
	William Blackwood and Sons, 1968. 253 p.

Ratnatunge, Manel
	Saga Indonesia. Glen Waverley, Australia: Quill Press, 
	1994. 421 p.

Rau, Santha Rama, 1923-
	The adventuress. New York: Harper and Row, 1970; 
	London: Joseph, 1971.

	Remember the house.  New York: Harper Books, 1956; 
	London: Victor Gollancz, 1956.

Ray, Pratibha, 1944-
	{Oriya}
	[Yajnaseni]
	Yajnaseni: the story of Draupadi. Trans. by Pradip 
	Bhattacharya. New Delhi: Rupa, 1995. 4, 402 p.

Reyna, Ruth
	Sukra: the story of truth. New Delhi: Sagar Pub., 1969.

Rohini
	To do something beautiful. London: Sheba Feminist 
	Press, 1990. 224 p.

Roy, Arundhati
        The god of small things. New York: Random House, 1997.; New Delhi:
        IndiaInk Pubs., 1997. 340 p.
Book review
Rooks, Pamela, 1958-
	Miss Beatty's children. New Delhi: Clarion Books, 1989. 
	296 p.
Sabnis, Sujata
	Silent whispers: a novel. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1996. 
	251 p.

Sadiq, Zeeba, 1962-
	38 Babadurabad. London: Faber & Faber, 1996. 132 p.

Sahgal, Nayantara Pandit, 1927-
	The day in shadow. Delhi: Vikas, 1971. 236 p.; New 
	Delhi: Penguin, 1991. 236 p.

	Mistaken identity. London: Heinemann, 1988. 196 p.

	Plans for departure. New York: Norton, 1985. 216 p.

	Rich like us. New York: Norton, 1986. 236 p.

	A situation in New Delhi. London: London Magazine 
	Editions, 1977. 165 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 
	1988. 165 p.

	Storm in Chandigarh. London: Chatto and Windus, 1969. 
	251 p.; Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1970. 245 p.;  New 
	Delhi: Penguin Books, 1988. 247 p.

	This time of morning. London: Gollancz, 1865. 224 p.; 
	Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1970. 221 p.

	A time to be happy. London: Gollancz, 1958. 282 p.; 
	Bombay: Jaico, 1960. 283 p.; New Delhi: Sterling, 1975.

Books about Nayantara Pandit Sahgal

   Arora, Neena, 1956-
	Nayantara Sahgal and Doris Lessing: a feminist study in 
	comparison. New Delhi: Published by Prestige Books in 
	association with Indian Society for Commonwealth 
	Studies, 1991. 135 p.

   Bhatnagar, Manmohan Krishna, 1954-
	The fiction of Nayantra Sahgal. New Delhi: Creative 
	Books, 1996. vii, 160 p.

   Bhatnagar, Manmohan Krishna, 1954-
	Political consciousness in Indian English writing: a 
	study of Manohar Malgonkar, Nayantara Sahgal & Bhabani 
	Bhattacharya. New Delhi: Bahri Publications, 1991. vi, 
	202 p.

   Jain, Jasbir
	Nayantara Sahgal. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1978. 
	176 p.; Rev. and enl. ed. Jaipur: Printwell, 1994. xii, 
	208 p.

   Rao, A.V. Krishna
	Nayantara Sahgal: a study of her fiction and non-
	fiction, 1954-1974. Madras: M. Seshachalam, 1976. 98 p.

   Sales-Pontes, A. Hilda
	Nayantara Sahgal. New Delhi: Concept, 1985. viii, 95 p.

   Talwar, S.R.
        Women space: the mosaic world of Margarett Drabble and Nayantara
        Sahgal.  New Delhi: Creative Books, 1997. 157 p.


Saksena, Bina, 1935-
	Agnibhrata, the reluctant god: a novel. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1989. 416 p.

	The blood of Aryaman: a trilogy. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1991. 156 p.

	The face in the pool. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1992-

	Seven lives. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 239 p.

Saldanha, Alice, 1925-
	For I have sinned. Unverified, 1994.

	The sun has set. Delhi: Indian Society for Promoting 
	Christian Knowledge, 1995. 126 p.

	The twisted palm. Unverified, 1976.

Sam, Agnes, 1942-
	Jesus is Indian and other stories. London: Women's 
	Press, 1989; Oxford: Heinemann, 1994. 134 p.

Sanders, Kamala
	Tempestuous heights: a novel. New York: Exposition 
	Press, 1981. 153 p.

Sarabhai, Mrinalini, 1928-
	This alone is true. London: Meridian Books, 1952.; 
	Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1977. 192 p.

Saran, Sathya
	Night train and other stories. New Delhi: Har-Anand 
	Publ., 1996. 166 p.

Sarukkai-Chabria, Priya
	The other garden. Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1995. 303 p.

Sastri, Prema, 1932-    formerly Lata Narain
	The blue convertible and other stories.Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1984. 105 p.

Satpathi, Nandini Panigrahi, 1931-
	{Oriya}
	Song of the evening and other stories. Trans. by J.B. 
	Mohanty. New Delhi: Orient Paperbacks, 1975. 109 p.

Satthianadhan, Krupabai S., 1862-1894.
	Kamala: a story of Hindu life. Madras: Srinivasa 
	Varadachari and Co., 1894. xxxvii, 208 p.; Bombay: R.A. 
	Sagoon, 1895.  Continuation of: Saguna, a story of 
	native Christian life.  First serialized in Madras 
	Christian College Journal.

	Saguna: a story of native Christian life. Madras: 
	Srinivasa Varadachari and Co., 1895. 247 p.

	The story of a conversion. Madras: n.p., 1895.

Satthianadhan, Ranee
	As silent as light and other stories. Madras: Christian 
	Literature Society, 1973. xii, 91 p.

Satthianandhan, Kamala Ratnam, 1879-1950.
	Detective Janaki. Bombay: Thacker and Co., 1944. 169 p.

Satthianandhan, Kamala Ratnam, 1879-1950. and Samuel Satthianandhan
	Stories of Indian Christian life. Madras: Srinivasa 
	Varacachari and Co., 1898. iv, 282 p.  Twelve stories, 
	six by each author.

Savur, Shalan
	Born to live: an explosive saga of reincarnation and 
	retribution. Bombay: Magna Pub. Co., 194. 305 p.

	Renaissance daughter and other stories. New Delhi: 
	Rupa, 1993. 154 p.

Sawhney, Kusum
	Kindred spirits. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1995. 245 p.

	Wych stories. New Delhi: Har-Anand, 1996. 144 p.

Sawkar, Indrani, 1934-
	Weeds. New Delhi: Vish Vijay Prakashan, 1976? 164 p.

Sebastian, Rita
	A father for my son. Colombo: Niloo Bhatt, 1985. 85 p.

	Night of the devil bird and other stories. N.p.: N. 
	Bhatt, 1980. 59 p.

Selvadurai, Sita
	Obatala's blessing and other stories. Colombo: The 
	author, 1989. ii, 40 p.

Sen, Ela, 1899-
	A child is born and other stories. Bombay: Thacker and 
	Co., 1948.

	Darkening days: being a narrative of famine-stricken 
	Bengal. Calcutta: Susil Gupta, 1944. 179 p.

	Midnight on the lakes and other stories. Bombay: 
	Thacker and Co., 1943.

Seneviratna, Maureen, 1933-
	The fleeting emptiness: a collection of short stories. 
	Colombo: Privately published, 1987. 56 p.

	Leaves from the Asvattha: a collection of short 
	stories. Colombo: Women's Education & Research Centre, 
	1991. 138 p.

	Mists on a lake: a collection of short stories. 
	Colombo: Diamond Publication, 1979. 64 p; Colombo: 
	National Library Services Board & Swastika (PVT), 1984. 
	67 p.

	More stories retold from the Mahavamsa & Chulawamsa. 
	2nd ed. Colombo: M.D. Gunasena & Co., 1991. vii, 75 p.

	Nights of the dark moon. Colombo: Swastika (Private) 
	Ltd., 1995. 210 p.

Sengupta, Kamalini
	A seasoned couple. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 1994. 245 p.

Sengupta, Padmini Sathianadhan, 1905-
	Red hibiscus: a novel. Bombay: Asia Publishing House, 
	1962. 165 p.

Sengupta, Ratna, 1934-
	A lifelong affair. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1987. 68 
	p.

SenGupta, Subhadra, 1952-
	Good girls are bad news. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1992. 
	145 p.

Seth, Pepita, 1942-
	The pala tree. New Delhi: Penguin, 1993.

	The spirit land. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1994. 
	viii, 216 p.

Seth, Rajee, 1935-
	{Hindi}
	Against myself and other stories. Trans. by Jasjit 
	Purewal. New Delhi: Rupa, 1993. xiv, 82 p.

Shah, Deepa
	Rebirth: stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1990. 113 p.

        The solitude of Surabhi. New Delhi: Penguin India, 1997. 222 p.

        Surabhi.  New Delhi: Penguin India, 1997.

Shan, Sharan-Jeet, 1945-
	In my own name. London: Women's Press, 1985.; 2nd ed. 
	New Delhi: Rupa Press 1991.; Cambridge: Cambridge 
	University Press, 1991.

Shankar, Anasuya, 1928-1963. pseud. Triveni
	{Kannada}
	[Sarapanjara]
	The mad woman. Trans. by Meera Narvekar. Bombay: Jaico, 
	1975. vi, 156  p.

Sharma, Bulbul, 1952-
        Anger of Aubergines. New Delhi: Kali for Women, 1997.

	My sainted aunts. New Delhi: Indus, 1992. 176 p.

	The perfect woman: short stories. New Delhi: UBSPD, 
	1994. 128 p.

Sharma, Vera, 1926-
	Naina & other Indian stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1989. 85 p.

	The unrepentant and other stories. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1982. 114 p.

Books abour Vera Sharma

   Rao, Ramachandrapurapu Raj, 1955-
	Ten Indian writers in interview. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1991. 106 p.


Sheikh, Farhana
	The red box. London: Women's Press, 1991; Calcutta: 
	Rupa & Co., 1991. 228 p.

Sheikh, Nazneen Sadiq, 1944-
	Chopin people. Toronto: Lugus Publications, 1994.

	Ice bangles. Toronto: Lorimer, 1988. 192 p.

Shenoy, Anasuya Raghunath, 1922-
	"Multiple burdens" & "The rebels": two novellas. 2nd 
	ed. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1991. 88 p.

	Where the green grasses are & other stories. Calcutta: 
	Writers Workshop, 1991. 107 p.

Sher, Amita, 1924-
	Begam Samru: the most beloved. Lahore: Sang-e-Meel 
	Publications, 1993. 223 p.

Shetha, Usha
	{Gujarati}
	[Mrtyu mari gayum, 1979]
	Death, thou shalt die. Bombay: Jaico Publ. House, 1981. 
	154 p.

Shivani see Pant, Gaura, 1923-

Sreenivasan, Jyotsna
        Aruna's journeys. St. Louis, Mo: Smooth Stone Press, 1997.  Young
        adult

        The moon over Crete. Duluth, Minn.: Holy Cow! Press, 1994   Young
        adult

Shrinagesh, Shakuntala
	The little black box. London: Secker and Warburg, 1955. 
	202 p.

Shyam, Usha, 1948-
	{Hindi}
	[Sarhed ke pahredar]
	Guardians of our frontiers. Jaipur: RBSA Publishers, 
	1990. 174 p.

Sibal, Nina, 1948-
	The secret life of Gujjar Mal and other stories. 
	London: Women's Press, 1991.; New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 
	1993. 207 p.

	Yatra: the journey. London: Women's Press, 1987. 324 
	p.; New Delhi: Rolli Books, 1988. 324 p.

Sidhwa, Bapsi, 1936-
	An American brat. Minneapolis, Minn.: Milkweed 
	Editions, 1993. 317 p.; New Delhi: Penguin, 1994.

	The bride. London: Jonathan Cape, 1983. iv, 245 p.; 
	London: Futura Macdonald & co., 1984. 245 p.; The 
	Pakistani bride. New York: Penguin Books, 1990. 245 p.

	Cracking India: a novel. Minneapolis, Minn.: Milkweek 
	Editions, 1991. 289 p.  First published as: Ice-candy 
	man.

	The crow eaters. Lahore: Ilmi Printing Press, 1978. xi, 
	354 p.; London: Jonathan Cape, 1980.; New Delhi: Orient 
	Longman, 1980.; New Delhi: Penguin Books, 1990. 283 p.

	The ice-candy-man. Edited by Amanda Conquy. London: 
	Heinemann, 1988. 277 p.; New Delhi: Penguin Books 
	India, 1989. 276 p.

Books about Bapsi Sidhwa

	The novels of Bapsi Sidhwa. Edited by R.K. Dhawan and 
	Novy Kapadia. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 1996. 223 p.


Singh, Huthi, pseud. and Hilda Werner
	The land and the well. New York: John Day, 1946.

	Maura. London: Constable, 1951.

Singh, Jacquelin
	Seasons. New Delhi: Penguin books, 1991. 203 p.

	Uncle's concubine and other stories. New Delhi: Rupa & 
	Co., 1993. 162 p.; New Delhi: Indus, an imprint of 
	HarperCollins Publishers India, 1993. 152 p.

Singh, Pramilla Bharat
	The reluctant bride. New Delhi: Sterling Pub., 1978. 
	150 p.

Singh, Rajkumari, 1923-
	A garland of stories. Ilfracombe: A.H. Stockwell, 1960. 
	55 p.

Singh, Rina Sondhi, 1955-
	An evening in Delhi & other stories. Ottawa: National 
	Library of Canada, 1986. 2 microfiches.

Sinha, Kabita, 1931-
	{Bengali}
	[Paurush]
	The third sex: a novel. Trans. by Nikhilananda 
	Mukherjee. Edited by Jharna Mitra. Bombay: India Book 
	Distributors, 1993. 163 p.

Sinha, Mridula
	{Hindi}
	[Jyom memhadi ke ranga]
	Sobs that bloom: a novel. Trans. by R.K. Sinha. New 
	Delhi: Vikas  Pub. House, 1986. 131 p.

Siriwardhana, Eileen, 1928-
	Another dawn was breaking. Nugegoda, Sri Lanka: Perali 
	Publishers, 1990. 181 p.

	{Sinhala}
	[Veralen sayurata]
	On perilous seas. Nugegoda: Perali Publishers, 1990. 
	111 p.

Sirkar, Tara
	Out of the past: tales from Indian history.  Calcutta: 
	Signet Press, 1953.

Sivasankari, 1942-
	{Tamil}
	[Avan]
	The trip to nowhere. Calcutta: Rupa & Co., 1992. 148 p.

        {Tamil}
        [Ora cinkam muyalakiratu]
        Metamorphosis. Trans. by Krishna Srinivas. Madras: Sri Surabhi
        Printers, 1980. 56 p..

        [Tyagu: oru manithanin kathai]
        Tyagu: oru manithanin kathai. Trans. by Uma Narayanan. New Delhi:
        Affiliated East-West Press, 1990. 201 p.

Smith, Rukshana, 1948-
	Rainbows of the gutter. London: Bodley Head, 1983. 125 
	p.

	Salt on the snow. London: Heinemann New Windmills, 
	1992. 159 p.

	Sumitra's story. London: Heinemann New Windmills, 1993. 
	159 p.

Sobti, Krishna, 1925-
        Blossoms in darkness. Trans. by Kavita Nagpal. New Delhi: Vikas,
        1979. 89 p.

Sorabji, Cornelia, 1866-1954.
	Indian tales of the great ones among men, women and 
	bird-people. London: Blackie, 1916. 96 p.

	Love and life behind the purdah. London: Freemantle, 
	1901. xxii, 239 p.

	The purdah-nashin. London: Thacker, Spink and Co., 
	1918. xviii, 80 p.

	Shubala: a child mother. Calcutta: Baptist Mission, 
	Press, 1920.

	Sun-babies: studies in the child life of India. London: 
	John Murray, 1904. 148 p.

Srinivasan, Banumathi, 1957-
	Graffiti; writing on the wall. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1983. 54 p.; 2nd ed. Calcutta: Writers 
	Workshop, 1984. 54 p.

Srinivasan, Sarojini
	Stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1993. 77 p.

Srivastava, Atima
	Transmission. ?: Serpent's Tail, 1992.; New Delhi: 
	Penguin Books India, 1992. 266 p.

Srivastava, Sigrun, 1943-
	Grin and bear it, Abhy. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 
	1993. 145 p.

	Heros never die and other stories. N.p.: Puffin Books, 
	n.d.

	The warning. New Delhi: Penguin Books India, 1991. 96 
	p.

Storr, Diana
	Love's last stand. Lahore: Jang Publishers, 1989. 282 
	p.

Subasinghe, Lolita
	The twins and other stories. Colombo: Women's Education 
	Centre, 1988. 112 p.

Subramaniam, Neela, 1946-
	Mystery of the new-found nephew. Bombay: Better Yorself 
	Books, 1986. 101 p.

Subramanian, Sujatha Bala
	The house in the hills and other stories. New Delhi: 
	Arnold-Heinemann, 1973.

Suryanarayan, Indu
	Drying tears in the sun: a first volume of short 
	stories. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1982. 100 p.

Syal, Meera
	Anita and me.  New Delhi: Indus Harper, 1996. 328 p.

Tahlram, Susila
	Cosmopolitan Hinduani: depicting Muhammedan and Hindu 
	life and thought in story form. Lahore: Civil and 
	Military Gazette Press, 1902. 275 p.

Tandan, Mohini
	Karmic debts: a novel. New Delhi: Arnold Associates, 
	1994. 157 p.

Tandon, Madhu
        Faith and fire: a way within. New Delhi: HarperCollins, 1997. 412 p.

Thakore, Dolly 
	The eccentricity factor: a novel. New Delhi: Vikas, 
	1980. 88 p.

Thapar, Romila
	Indian tales. London: Bell, 1961.

Tiwana, Dalip Kaur, 1935-
        {Panjabi}
        [Eh hamara jivana]
        And such is her fate. Patiala: Punjabi University , 1980. 120 p.

Triveni, pseud. see Shankar, Anusuya, 1928-1963.

Turkhud, Nalini
	The jagirdar of Palna: an Indian girl's tale. Poona: 
	Israelite Press, 1936. 148 p.
Udugama, Sujatha
	Stories of Sri Lanka. Colombo: Times of Ceylon, 1947. 
	ii, 66 p.

	The sadhu under the banyan tree and other stories. 
	Colombo: Swastika, 1991. 125 p.

Unamboowe, Chitra
	Tales by candlelight. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 
	1975. 37 p.

Urs, Jaya
	Song and the dream and other short stories. N.p.: n.p., 
	1971.

Vaasanthi
	{Tamil}
	[Maunap puyal]
	The silent storm. Trans. by Gomathi Narayanan. New 
	Delhi: Affiliated East-West Press, 1989. 159 p.

	[Munkil pukkal]
	When bamboo blossoms: novel. Trans. by Gomathi 
	Narayanan. Guwahati: Span Publications, 1989. 66 p.

Varma, Mahadevi, 1907-1987.
	{Hindi}
	[Smrti ke rekhaem]
	A pilgrimage to the Himalayas and other silhouettes 
	from memory.  Trans. by Radhika Prasad Srivastava and 
	Lillian Srivastava. Delhi: Clarion Books, 1978. 127 p.

Varma, Monika, 1916-
	The crow and the peacock: a tale for children of all 
	ages. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1988. 45 p.

Vasireddi, Sitadevi, 1930-
	{Telugu}
	[Vennela mandutondi]
	The burning moonlight: a novel. Trans. by D. 
	Ramalingam. Hyderabad:  Booklinks Corp., 1991.   153 p.

Vasudev, Uma, 1931-
	Shreya of Sonagarh: a novel. New Delhi: UBS Publishers'
	Distributors, 1993. 310 p.

	The song of Anasuya. New Delhi: Vikas, 1978. viii, 174 p.

Vyas, Mridula Mitra
        A wounded tiger. Calgary, Alberta: Kronos Books/Bayeux Arts, 1996.
        210 p.

Wandrewala, Armin
	The turning. London: Minerva Press, 1995?; N.p.: 
	Astarte Publications, distributed by UBSPD, 1996. 160 
	p.

Wasi, Muriel
	Too high for rivalry. Bombay: Kutub Popular, 1969.

Weereratne, Edith
	Winged visitor and other stories of Sri Lanka.  
	Colombo: Coral Publications, 1973. 6, 162 p.

Wettasinghe, Sybil
	The magic silver tree: a Sri Lankan folktale. Colombo:
	Godage, 1991. 89 p.

Whitaker, Zai, 1954- 
	Up the ghat: a novel. New Delhi: Affiliated East-West 
	Press, 1992. 178 p.

Wickramasingha, Mineka P.
        The playmate. London: Minerva, 1995. vii, 62 p.

Wijenaike, Punyakante, 1933-
	Amulet. Nugegoda?: Punyakanta Wijenaike, 1994. 172 p.

	The betel vine, and Call of the sea. Unverified, 1976.

	Giraya. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1971. 137 p.

	The rebel. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1979. 155 
	p.

	The third woman and other stories. Maharagama: Saman 
	Publishers, 1963.  205 p.

	To follow the sun. Colombo: M.D. Gunasena & Co., 1995. 
	79 p.

	The waiting earth. Colombo: Colombo Apothecaries Co., 
	1966. 325 p.

	A way of life. Nugegoda: Deepanee, 1987. 113 p.

	Yukthi and other stories. Sri Lanka: s.n., 1991. 131 p.

Wijesuriya, Usula P.
	Ambergris. Dehiwala: Sridevi Printers, 1991. 122 p.

Wilson, Christine Frances Spittel
	The bitter berry. London: Hurts & Blackett, 1957. 288 
	p.

	Growing up; Reach for the stars; The priest and the 
	python. Colombo: Lake House Investments, 1972. 35 p.

	I am the wings.  London: Robert Hale, 1961. 192 p.

	The mountain road. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1958. 264 
	p.

Wilson, Christine Frances Spittel with Richard Lionel Spittel
	Brave island. Colombo: Lake House, 1966. 195 p.

Witanachchi, Lalitha Karalliadde
	The Paddy bird. Teldeniya, Sri Lanka: L.K. Witanachchi, 
	1984. 64 p.

	The wind blows over the hills: short stories. Colombo: 
	ANCL Commercial Print. Dept., 1993. 39 p.

Zaman, Niaz
	The crooked neem tree. Dhaka: Bangladesh Books 
	International, 1982. 153 p.

	The dance and other stories. Dhaka: University Press, 
	1996. 91 p.

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