Richard Flanagan’s work The Narrow Road to the Deep North is the book which has bagged him the Man Booker Prize for this year.
The Narrow Road to the Deep North is a love story unfolding over half a century between a doctor and his uncle’s wife.
Taking its title from one of the most famous books in Japanese literature, written by the great haiku poet Basho, Flanagan’s novel has as its heart one of the most infamous episodes of Japanese history, the construction of the Thailand-Burma Death Railway in World War II.
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Who is the author of the book Final Test: Exit Sachin Tendulkar?
Redesigning the Aeroplane While Flying, penned by a member of India’s Planning Commission: Arun Maira, looks at how India, the world’s largest democracy, which embraced capitalism twenty years ago, has become the principal laboratory for institutional reform.
It provides new ways to think about institutions and the process of reforming them, and explains how we should go about reformation as a nation.
The principles given in this book apply to institutions of government and business in all countries.