The Mega Online Bookshop
Welcome Guest | Login | Home | Contact Us | Live Chat
Shopping from USA? Shop in Your Local Currency, Visit http://www.printsasia.com

The English Teacher 28th Reprint

by  

Paperback

£ 4.99

£ 4.60
Save £ 0.39

Enquire about this book

Available

Usually Ships in 3 Days.

Ships From London

Free Shipping within U.K

International Shipping?

Check Delivery Estimate and Delivery Charges for your country

Book Information

Publisher:Indian Thought Publications
Published In:2011
ISBN-10:8185986037
ISBN-13:9788185986036
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:356 gms
Pages:pp. 184

The Title "The English Teacher 28th Reprint" is written by R.K. Narayan. This book was published in the year 2011. The ISBN number 8185986037|9788185986036 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 184 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Indian Thought Publications. We have about 22 other great books from this publisher. The English Teacher 28th Reprint is currently Available with us.

Related Books

Godan A Novel of Peasant India 24th Jaico Impression,8172242190,9788172242190

Godan A Novel of Pea ...

Jai Ratan, P. L ...

Our Price: £ 5.90

Talkative Man 15th Reprint,8185986126,9788185986128

Talkative Man 15th R ...

R.K. Narayan

Our Price: £ 3.62

The Bachelor of Arts 28th Reprint,8185986010,9788185986012

The Bachelor of Arts ...

Graham Greene, ...

Our Price: £ 3.77

Kanthapura 2nd Edition, 28th Impression,0195624378,9780195624373

Kanthapura 2nd Editi ...

Raja Rao

Our Price: £ 15.90

Anandamath 4th Printing,812220130X,9788122201307
52 %

Anandamath 4th Print ...

BANKIM CHANDRA ...

List Price: £ 9.99

Our Price: £ 4.80

Things Fall Apart,8170232155,9788170232155

Things Fall Apart

Chinua Achebe, ...

Our Price: £ 3.97

About the Book

While Krishna teaches at the Albert Mission Collage his wife and daughter live some distance away with his parents-in-law. But a move to a small rented house soon permits the couple to enjoy a life of marital bliss. Yet paradise is short-lived. ...

Never has the magical storyteller of imaginary Malgudi woven tragedy and humour so deftly together.