HOW LITERARY GIANT V S NAIPAUL CAUSED OUTRAGE FOR SUPPORTING INDIAN HINDU NATIONALISTS

Vidia Naipaul was, in my view, the literary godchild of Dickens and Conrad. His earliest published comic prize-winning novels were recognised almost immediately as the works of an outstanding master.

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