The Sun of Freedom

-Binding: Paperback
-Language: English
-Publication Year: 2020
-Author:  Basavaraj Naikar
-Product Code: VPG2083


The sun of freedom depicts the colonial conflict between bhaskararao Bhave and the authorities of the British East India Company around 1858. A great lover of freedom and self-respect, he never yielded to the pressures of the British government, but fought his way by mobilizing the opinion of other co-fighters. Though betrayed by his own Kinsmen, he never lost his self-confidence, but upheld the ideal of freedom. The novel is easily comparable to chinua achebe’s things fall apart and Manohar malgonkar’s distant drum.

SKU: VPG19183
Basavaraj Naika M.A. Ph.D.Litt(California)is currently professor emeritus at Karnataka University, Dharwad India. A bilingual witter, he has published more than seventy creative and critical works both in English and kannda. His first short story collection. The Thief of Nagarahalland other stories was shortlisted for the Commonwealth Fiction prize for the bestfirst book from Eurasia in2000 He has won the Gulbarga University Award, the olive read click Award from Hyderbad the Gemini Academy award from basha Bharati Book Award and Life Time Achievement Award to literature.

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