Body on the Wall

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Growing up on reservations helped inspire some of the work of this writer and professor, and she honed her gift for the written word at UC Berkeley while earning her M. In 1990 the Missing Child won the Books in Canada First Novel Award. Her contributions include unpublished Lakshminadha Sahasramu, Ranganadha Sahasramu, Srirangabhydayamu, Tatvamudra bhadrodayamu, Sukasandesamu, Bhrungasandesamu etc. in Sanskrit language. After the war, Kipling wrote Songs for Youth (1925), another of his highly popular works.

Pages: 104

Publisher: Saddle Road Press (April 22, 2014)

ISBN: B00JW1Q18I

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