This online bibliography merges Brijen K. Gupta’s India in English Fiction 1800-1970 with the bibliographies of Singh, Oaten, and other scholars.

  • Gupta’s comments are flagged green:

  • Alternative or additional comments are flagged blue:

Anonymous. Adventurer in the Punjaub. Delhi: No publisher given, 1842.

Anonymous. As the clock struck twenty. By S. M. C. Bombay: Miranda, 196-.

Anonymous. Autobiography of an Indian army surgeon, or leaves turned down from a journal. London: Bentley, 1854.

Anonymous. The brahmin’s prophecy. By a lady. Bombay: No publisher given, 1875.

Anonymous. Carnee, or the victim of Khodistan; a scene from military life in India. By A. R. M. London: Hamilton and Adams, 1861.

Anonymous. Chandrahasa; an ancient Indian monarch. Madras: Foster, 1881.

Anonymous. Character sketches. By C. P. S. N. Madras: Gopaul Naidu, 1898.

Anonymous. Childhood in India, or English children in the east. London: No publisher given, 1890.

Anonymous. The confessions of Meajahn, darogah of police. By a Moffussilite. Calcutta: Wyman, 1869.

Anonymous. The disinterested nabob. London: No publisher given, 1785.

Anonymous. Durga-Das, the Rahtore. Bombay: MacMillan, 1932:

Anonymous. The English in India and other sketches. By a traveller. 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1828.

Anonymous. The flight of the arrow and other stories. By the author of ‘Lal Singh’. London: No publisher given, 1909.

Anonymous. Harrison of Pomabari, a tale of Assam. By J. E. G. Calcutta: Newman, 1903.

Anonymous. Harry Fortescue, or the grave in India: a story founded on facts. London: Griffith and Farran, 1858.

Anonymous. How will it end. By the author of ‘Willy Morgan’. 2 vols. London: Charing Cross Co., 1878.

Anonymous. In the Company’s service. London: W. H. Allen, 1883.

Anonymous. The Indian adventurer or history of Mr. Vanneck. London: W. Lane, 1780.

Anonymous. The Indian heroine, being some incidents of the sepoy revolt of 1857. Bombay: No publisher given, 1877.

Anonymous. The indigo planters. London: No publisher given, 1840.

Anonymous. Janardana. London: P. Welby, 1906.

Anonymous. Lotus: a psychological romance. By the author of ‘A New Marguerite’. London: Redway, 1888.

Anonymous. Marriage mart or society in India. By an Indian officer. London: No publisher given, 1841.

Anonymous. Maurice Dering, or the quadrilateral. London: Tinsley, 1869.

Anonymous. The Morlands: a tale of the Anglo-Indian life. By the author of ‘Sleepy Sketches’. London: Low, 1888.

Anonymous. The nabob at home. 3 vols. London: Colburn, 1842.

Anonymous. The nabob’s wife. 3 vols. London: Bentley, 1838.

Anonymous. The orphan of Nepaul; a title of Hindustan. London: Saunders, 1840.

Anonymous. Our picnic at Chordi. By B. C. A. A. Bombay: No publisher given, 1926.

Anonymous. The perilous adventures of the knight Sir Tommy and his following: a true tale. By our domestic novelist. Bangalore: Columbian Press, 1871.

Anonymous. Ramji: a tragedy of the Indian famine. London: Fisher Unwin, 1897.

Anonymous. A romance of bureaucracy. By Alpha Beta. Allahabad: Wheller, 1893.

Anonymous. A romance of Indian crime. By an Indian detective. London: No publisher given, 1885.

Anonymous. Rose Clarendon: or the trials of true love. By a young Indian author. London: Bell, 1934.

Anonymous. The Scribbleton papers: confessions of a Eurasian. London: No publisher given, 1840.

Anonymous. The secret of the lamas. London: Cassell, 1889.

Anonymous. Some Indian stories. By P. V. N. Madras: No publisher given, 1896.

Anonymous. The timely retreat. By two sisters. London: Bentley, 1858.

Anonymous. The true history of Zoa. London: S. Fisher, 1801.

Anonymous. Two stories or mysteries of government service. By the author of ‘My Autobiography by Juju’. Calcutta: No publisher given, 1921.

Anonymous. Yadnamuh: a chapter of oriental life. London: Hatchard, 1850.

Anonymous. Zohar, a tale of zennana life. By Taj. London: Methuen, 1912.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Ajanta. Bombay: Jaico, 1962.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. The black sun and other stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1963.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Blood and stones. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Cages of freedom and other stories. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1952.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Defeat for death: a story without names. Padamja, 1944.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Divided heart. New Delhi: Paradise, 1968.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Inqilab. Bombay: Jaico, 1955.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Maria. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Mera nam Joker. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. The most beautiful woman in the world. New Delhi: Paradise, 1968.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Not all lies. Delhi: Rajkamal, 1945.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. One thousand nights on a bed of stones and other stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1957.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Rice and other stories. Bombay: Kutub,1947.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. Tomorrow is ours. Delhi: Rajkamal, 1946.

Abbas, Khwaja Ahmad. When night falls. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1968.

Abbott, Anstice. A girl widow’s romance. London: Religious Tract Society, 1920.

Abbott, Anstice. Indian idylls. London: Elliott Stock, 1911.

Abbott, Mary. The Beverlys: a story of Calcutta. Chicago: McClurg, 1890.

Abbott, Mary. Officer’s children. London: No publisher given, c. 1890.

Abdullah, Achmed. My nine lives. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1934.

Ackerley, J. R.  Hindoo holiday . London: Chatto and Windus, 1932.

Acott, J. H. The tower of purity: a fictitious love story. Bombay: C. Murphy, 1943.

Afghan, pseud. Bahadur Khan, warrior. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1928.

Afghan, pseud. The best Indian chutney—sweetened. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1925.

Afghan, pseud. Exploits of Asaf Khan. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1922.

Afghan, pseud. The wanderings of Asaf. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1923.

Agyeya (pseud. of S. H. Vatsyayna). To each his stranger. Trans, by author and Gordon C. Roadermel. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967.

Ahmad, Q. Kazi: Random short stories. Calcutta: Khyber, 1951.

Ainsworth, Oliver (pseud. of Henry Sharp). The devil’s tower. London: Faber and Gwyer, 1927.

Aiyar, R. P. In the crimelight. Bombay: Pearl, 1967.

Ali, Aamir. Via Geneva. Bombay: Pearl, 1967.

Ali, Ahmed. Ocean of night. London: Peter Owen, 1964.

Ali, Ahmed. Twilight in Delhi. London: Hogarth, 1940.

Ali, Hassan (pseud. of Ranjee Shahani). The changeling. London: H. Joseph, 1933.

Alington, Cyril Argentine. The nabob’s jewel. London: Faber, 1953.

Allard, Hafiz. Nigris: a tale of the Indian Mutiny; and Bismillah, or happy days in Cashmere. London; Allen, 1869.

Allardyce, Alexander.  The city of sunshine . 3 vols. London: Blackwood, 1877.

Alroy, Lionel. Shut out the sun. London: Longmans, 1955.

Altaf, David. Khem Karan and other war stories. New Delhi: Army Educational Services, 1967.

Alvares, Eulalia. Short stories. Bombay: The Author, 1965.

Amma, N. Balamani. Mother. Translated by Moorkoth Kumhappa and the author. Bombay: International Book House, 1950.

Anand, Bolwant Singh. Cruel interlude. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1961.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Across the black waters. London: Cape, 1940.

Anand, Mulk Raj. All men are brothers. Same as The sword and the sickle.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The barber’s trade union and other Stories. London: Cape, 1944.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The big heart. London: Hutchinson, 1945.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Coolie. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1936.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Death of a hero: epitaph for Moqbool Sherwani. Bombay: Kutub, 1963.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Lajwanti and other stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1966.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Lament on the death of a master of arts. Lucknow: Naya Sansar, 1939.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Lost child and other stories. London: Allen, 1934.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Morning face. Bombay: Kutub, 1968.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The old man and the cow. Bombay: Kutub. 1960.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Power and darkness and other stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1959.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Private life of an Indian prince. London: Hutchinson, 1953.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Reflections on the golden bed and other stories. Bombay: Current Book House, 1953.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The road. Bombay: Kutub Popular, 1961.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Seven summers: the story of an Indian childhood. London: Hutchinson, 1951.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The sword and the sickle. London: Jonathan Cape, 1942.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Tractor and the corn goddess and other stories. Bombay: Thacker, 1947.

Anand, Mulk Raj. Two leaves and a bud. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1937.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The untouchable. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1935.

Anand, Mulk Raj. The village. London: Jonathan Cape, 1939.

Anantanarayanan, Madaiayya. The silver pilgrimage. New York: Criterion Books, 1961.

Anderson, Ethel Louisa. Indian tales. Sydney: Australasian Publishing Company, 1948.

Anderson, Ethel Louisa. Little ghosts. London: Angus and Robertson, 1959.

Anderson, Kenneth. Fires of passion. Bombay: Jaico, 1969.

Anderson, Kenneth. Tales of Man Singh, king of Indian dacoits. Bombay: Jaico, 1961.

Andrews, M. Henniker: An Indian mystery. London: Lynwood, 1913.

Anstey, F. (pseud. of Thomas Anstey Guthrie).  Baboo Hari Bungasho Jabberjee, B.A. . London: Dent, 1897.

Anstey, F. (pseud. of Thomas Anstey Guthrie).  A bayard from Bengal, being some account of the career of Chunder Bindabun Bhosh . London, Methuen, 1902.

Anstey, F. (pseud. of Thomas Anstey Guthrie).  A fallen idol . London: Elder, 1886.

Anthon, Rosa Reinhardt. Stories of India. London. Heinemann, 1906.

Anthony, J. (pseud. of R. B. Beckett). The story of Hassan. London: Nisbet, 1928.

Anthony, J. (pseud. of R. B. Beckett). The story of Maryam: a continuation of the story of Hasan told by Hasan. London: Nisbet, 1930.

Arnold, William Delafield.  Oakfield, or fellowship in the East . 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1854.

Arora, Shirley L. What then, Raman? London: Blackie, n. d.

Asha. Promotion. Secundrabad: Good New Literature Center, 1956.

Ashby, Philip. The mad rani and other sketches of Indian life and thought. London:. Routledge, 1923.

Askew, Alice and Claude. The Englishwoman. London: Cassell, 1912.

Atkinson, George Franklin. Curry and rice. London: Day, 1859.

Atkinson, Hugh. The pink and the brown. London: Gollancz, 1957.

Aurora, Jagdish. Senorita said. Banaras: Swati Publications, 1964? 65.

Austin, Herbert Henry. Gun running in the Gulf and other adventures. London: John Murray, 1926.

Austin, Herbert Henry. Some rambles of a sapper (chiefly in India). London: John Murray, 1928.

Ayscough, J. (pseud. of F. B. D. Bickerstaffe-Drew) On Kali’s shoulder. London: Devonport, 1897.

   Ayyar, C. Subramania. → See Guru-Kumara.

Ayyar, H. R. Sringaramanjari, the courtesan who inflamed love. Bombay: Jaico, 1961.

   Bahadur, Umrao. → See Umrao Bahadur.

Baig, Tara Ali. The moon in Rahu. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1969.

Baillie, Peter. Chindwin’s mission. London: Brown, Watson, 1960.

Bain, Francis William. The Indian stories of F. W. Bain. 13 vols. London: Riccardi Press, 1913-20.

Baker, Amy Josephine. The good man’s wife. London: John Long, 1927.

Baker, Amy Josephine. Leaf in the wind. London: John Long, 1935.

Baker, Amy Josephine. Six merry summers. London: John Long, 1930.

Baker, Olaf. Shasta of the wolves. London: Harrap, 1921.

Bala, Krishna. The love of Kusuma, an eastern love story. London: Werner Laurie, 1910.

Balakrishna Mudaliyar, A. The reminiscences of a retired Hindu official containing short hints on Hindu philosophy. Madras: No publisher given, 1905.

Balakrishnan, Purasu. The gold bangle and other stories. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1966.

Baldwin, J. R. Indian gup: untold stories of the Indian Mutiny. London: Beeman, 1896.

Baldwin, Olivia A. Sita, a story of child-marriage fetters. New York: Revell, 1911.

Bali, Amar Nath. Laughs at life. Delhi: Indian Book Depot, 1967.

Ballinger, Bill S. The forty-nine days of death. New York: Sherbourne, 1969.

Balu, V. Day dreams. Mysore: Nanumal, c. 1964.

Bambi, R. P. The crusaders of Tibet. Dalhousie: Khampa Pocket Books, 1960.

Bamburg, Lilian. Beads of silence. London: Selwyn and Blount, 1926.

Bamburg, Lilian. The riddle of the dead. London: Wells Gardner, 1930.

Banaji, M. M. Sublime though blind: a tale of Parsi life. Bombay: No publisher given, 1922.

Banerjea, S. B. The adventure of Mrs. Russell. London: Stockwell, 1909.

Banerjea, S. B. Indian detective stories. London: Gay and Hancock, 1911.

Banerjea, S. B. Indian tales, etc. London: Humphrey Milford, 1926.

Banerjea, S. B. Misunderstood and other sketches of Indian life. Calcutta: S. Bandyapadya, 1907.

Banerjea, S. B. Tales of Bengal. London: Longmans, 1910.

Banerjee, Manik. Boatman of the Padma. Bombay: Kutub, 1948.

Banerjee, Manik. The primeval and other stories. New Delhi: Peoples Publishing, 1958.

Banerjee, Samarendra Nath. Step mother. New Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 196-.

Banerjee, Tarasankar. Epoch’s end. Translated from Bengali by Hirendranath Mookherjee. Calcutta: Mitralaya, 1945.

Banerjee, Tarasankar. The eternal lotus. Translated from Bengali. Calcutta: Purvasa Ltd., 1945.

Banerjee, Tarasankar. The judge. Translated by Sudhansu Mohan Banerjee. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1947.

Banerjee, Tarasankar. The Temple Pavilion. Translation of Ganadevata by Lila Ray. Bombay: Pearl, 1969.

Banerji, Bibhutibhushan. Pather panchali. Translated by T. W. Clark and Tarapada Mukherji. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1970.

Banks, Polan. Maharajah. New York: Dodd Mead, 1962.

Bannisdale, Vane Erskine (pseud. of Portal Vane Erskine). Quest and conquest. London: Longmans, 1929.

Bareh, Hamlet. Khasi fables and folk tales. Calcutta: K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1970.

Barkataki, Satyendranath. The grand Panjandrum and other stories. Translated from the Assamese. Calcutta: Modern Press, 1961.

Barkataki, Satyendranath. Tribal folk tales of Assam. Gauhati: Publications Board, 1970.

Barker, Dalgairns Arundel. The great leviathan. London: John Lane, 1920.

Barker, Dalgairns Arundel. The rani’s dominion. London: Hutchinson, 1926.

Barnby, Adeline. A tropical romance. London: Murray and Evenden, 1920.

Barrass, Godfrey. The elephant. A satirical work on Indian political life. Bombay: C. Murphy, 1946.

Barret, George. Far away from home. Bombay: Thacker, 1942.

Barret, George. Forty-three years: Jayant and Tara. Bombay: Thacker, 1944.

Basil, Martin. Goodbye India. London: Jackson, 1964.

Basu, Baren. The recruit. Bombay: Peoples Publishing, 1954.

Basu, Manoje. The beauty. Translated by Sachindra Lal Ghosh from the Bengali novel Rupavati. Bombay: Jaico, 1969.

Basu, Manoje. The forest goddess. Translated by Barindra Nath Das from the Bengali novel Jalajanga. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1961.

Basu, Manoje. Trappings of gold. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1968.

Basu, Romen. A house full of people. Calcutta: Navana, 1968.

Basu, Subodh. The city of new moghuls. Calcutta: S. C. Bose, 1947.

Bates, Herbert Ernest. The jacaranda tree. London: M. Joseph, 1949.

Bates, Herbert Ernest. The purple plain. London: M. Joseph, 1947.

Bates, Herbert Ernest. The scarlet sword. London: M. Joseph, 1950.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Bengali schooldays: a tale. London: Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, n. d.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The bridegroom secret. London: Zenith Press, 1949.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Chand’s little sisters. London: Central Board of Missions, 1920.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. David’s bond. London: Zenith Press, 1935.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Gems from the mine. London: Church of England Zennana Mission Society, 1929.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The grey squirrel story founded on Indian myth. London: Zenith Press, 1947.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The kamini bush: a story of Bengal. London: Church Missionary Society, 1925.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The priceless jewel. London: Church of England Zennana Mission Society, 1925.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Romoni’s daughter: a story of India. London: Zenith Press, 1933.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Shorna’s day: the story of a Bengali child. London: Zenith Press, 1947.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The taming of Ambo. London: Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, 1924.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. Topsy’s day: the story of a Bengali child. London: Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge, 1922.

Batley, Dorothy Sibella. The two shilling baby. London: Zenith Press, 1936.

Bax, Arthur Nesham. The story of Joan Greencroft. London: Mills and Boon, 1912.

Baxter, Gregory (pseud. of John Sillar Matheson Ressich and Eric Debonzie). Death strikes at six bells. London: E. Benn, 1930.

Baxter, Walter. The image and the search. London: Heinemann, 1953.

Baxter, Walter. Look down in mercy. London: Heinemann, 1951.

Baxter, Walter. City of fear. London: R. Hale, 1939.

Baxter, Walter. Dangerous derelict. London: R. Hale, 1941.

Baxter, Walter. Dynamite. London: R. Hale, 1940.

Baxter, Walter. Frontier fires. London: R. Hale, 1937.

Baxter, Walter. House of hatred. London: R. Hale, 1939.

Baxter, Walter. Indian artifex. London: R. Hale, 1939.

Baxter, Walter. Khyber contraband. London: R. Hale, 1938.

Baxter, Walter. Liquid fury. London: Jarrolds, 1936.

Baxter, Walter. Northwest mail. London: R. Hale, 1939.

Baxter, Walter. Pathan treasure. London: R. Hale, 1938.

Baxter, Walter. Underground treasure. London: R. Hale, 1944.

Beal, H. E.  Indian ink . London: Harrap, 1954.

Beaman, Ardern Arthur Huhne.  At government house . London: Mills and Boon, 1926.

Bechhofer, Carl Eric. The brahmin’s treasure. London: Mills and Boon, 1923.

    Beck, Eliza Louise Moresby. → See Lily Adams Beck.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck). Dreams and delights. London: E. Benn, 1932.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck). The house of fulfilment. London: Fisher Unwin, 1927.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck). The ninth vibration and other stories. London: Fisher Unwin, 1928.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck. The openers of the gate. New York: Cosmopolitan, 1930.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck. Perfume of the rainbow and other stories. London: E. Benn, 1931.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck). The splendour of Asia. London: Collins, 1927.

Beck, Lily Adams (pseud. of Eliza Louise Moresby Beck). The way of stars. London: Collins, 1926.

    Beckett, R. B. → See J. Anthony.

Beckett, Ursula A. In extenuation of Sybella. London: Stanley Paul, 1910.

Beckford, William. Vathek. London: P. Allan, 1930.

Bedi, Kishan Singh. The fear of retribution. Chandigarh: No publisher given, 1970.

Bedi, Rajinder Singh. I take this woman. Translated by Khushwant Singh. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967.

Beercroft, Eric C. Indian interlude. Bombay: Thacker, 1944.

Begbie, Arundel. The real India. London: Lincoln William, 1934.

Bell, Eva Mary. The foreigner. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1928.

Bell, Eva Mary. Happiness. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916.

Bell, Eva Mary. Hot water. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1929.

Bell, Eva Mary. Jean, a halo and some circles. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1926.

Bell, Eva Mary. Safe conduct. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1927.

Bell, Eva Mary. Those young married people. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1926.
    → Also see John Travers.

Bellew, Francis John. Memoirs of a griffin: or a cadet’s first year in India. 2 vols. London: W. H. Allen, 1843.

Benophul (pseud. of Balalchand Mukherji). Betwixt dream and reality. Translated from Bengali. Calcutta: Alpha Beta, 1965.

Benophul (pseud. of Balalchand Mukherji). Bhuvan Shome. Translated from Bengali by Lila Ray. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.

Beresford, Leslie. The second rising. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1910.

Berry, John. Flight of the white crows. New York: Macmillan, 1962.

Berry, John. Krishna fluting. New York: Macmillan, 1959.

Beschi, Constanzo Guiseppe. The adventures of the Gooroo Noodle. Translated by Benjamin Babington. Allahabad: Panini Office, 1915.

Besemeres, John Daly. No actress: a stage door keeper’s story. London: Effingham, Wilson. 1870.

Best, James William. The marked man eater, a jungle romance founded on fact. London: Witherby, 1934.

Betham, G. K. The story of a dacoity and the Lolapur week: an upcountry sketch. London: W. H. Allen, 1893.

    Bethell, Leonard Arthur. → See Pousse Cailloux.

Bevan, C. Elnith. A collection of ghosts: eleven Indian fantasies. Amersham: Morland, 1920.

Bezbaroa, Lakshmi Nath. Tales of a grandfather from Assam. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Culture, 1955.

Bhadur, K. P. The story of Rama. Allahabad: Indian Press, 1962.

Bhaduri, Satinath. The vigil. Translated from Bengali by Lila Ray. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1965.

Bhagwat, Durga Nath. Romance in sacred lore: twenty-two stories. Allahabad: Kitab Mahal, 1946.

Bharadwaj, Ravuri. Phantomy Quintette and other stories. Translated by Purush. Hyderabad: India Grandha Mala, 1970.

Bharucha, Perin. The fire worshippers. Bombay: Strand, 1968.

Bhaskara Rao, K. Candle against the wind. Bangalore: No publisher given, 1963.

Bhaskara Rao, K. Yachts, hamburgers and a Hindu: a summer escapade. Bangalore: The Author, 1962.

Bhattacharjee, Jyotsma. Shadows in the sunshine. Calcutta: Alpha Beta, 1965.

Bhattacharya, Basudeb. The saffron veil. Nyack: Prana Press, 1953.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. A goddess named gold. New York: Crown, 1960.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. He who rides a tiger. New York: Crown, 1954.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. Music for Mohini. New York: Crown, 1952.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. Shadow from Ladakh. New York: Crown, 1966.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. So many hungers. London: Gollancz, 1947.

Bhattacharya, Bhabani. Steel hawk and other stories. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1968.

Bhondi, O. S. Man and God. Bombay: Raj Ratan Press, 1970.

    Bickerstaffe-Drew, F. B. D. → See J. Ayscough.

Birla, Lashmi Niwas. Folk tales from Rajasthan. Bombay: Asia Publishing, 1964.

Birla, Lashmi Niwas. Sultan and Nihalde. Calcutta: Grantham, 1964.

Bishop, Constance E. The moon slave. London: Heath Cranton, 1920.

Bishop, Constance E. The seventh wave and other stories. London: Washbourne, 1913.

Bishop, Constance E. A vision splendid. London: Heath Cranton, 1917.

Bishop, Constance E. The wine of sorrow. London: Heath Cranton, 1921.

Biswas, Anil Chandra. Stories of Indian life. New Delhi: Amrit, 1964.

Biswas, Anil Chandra. Through sunlight and gloom. New Delhi: Amrit, 1964.

Biswas, Anil Chandra. Trials of glory. New Delhi: Amrit, 1966.

Biswas, Karali Kanta. Stories of Bengal. Calcutta: Purvasa, 1944.

Biswas, Subodh. Glare in gloom. Calcutta: Bhowanipore Press, 1962.

Blair, Hamish. Governor Hardy. London: Blackwood, 1931.

Blair, Hamish. Nineteen fifty-seven. London: Blackwood, 1930.

Blaker, Richard. Geoffery Castleton, passenger. London: Cape, 1923.

Blaker, Richard. Scabby Dichson. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1927.

Blanch, Lesley. Nine tiger man: a tale of a low behaviour in high places. New York: Atheneum, 1965.

Bond, Ruskin. My first love and other stories. Bombay: Pearl, 1968.

Bond, Ruskin. The neighbour’s wife and other stories. Higginbothams, 1967.

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Ganguli, Jatindra Mohan. So the world goes. Calcutta: East and West, 1969.

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Ganguli, Jatindra Mohan. Three women had made him a saint and ‘I’m polluted’ she told him. Calcutta: East and West Publishers, 1967.

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Gillespie, Susan. The day the soldier died. London: G. Bles, 1960.

Gillespie, Susan. Diamond in the night. London: G. Bles, 1962.

Gillespie, Susan. Frozen lake. London: G. Bles, 1964.

Gillespie, Susan. Government House. London: G. Bles, 1937.

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Gillespie, Susan. Janet Firbright. London: Hutchinson, 1953.

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Gillespie, Susan. The promotion of fools. London: G. Bles, 1942.

Gillespie, Susan. The rajah’s guests. London: G. Bles, 1935.

Gilson, Charles. The lost empire: a tale of many lands. London: Frowde, 1909.

Gjellerup, Karl Adolf. The pilgrim Kamanita: a legendary romance. Translated by J. E. Logie. London: Heinemann, 1911.

Glasgow, Geraldine. Black and white. Lucknow: Methodist Publishing, 1889.

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Godden, John. The peacock. New York: Rinehart, 1950.

Godden, John. The seven islands. New York: Knopf, 1956.

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Jesse, Fryniwyd Marsh Tennyson. The lacquer lady. London: Heinemann, 1929.

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Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. A backward place. New York: Norton, 1965.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. Esmond in India. New York: Norton, 1958.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. Get ready for battle. London: Norton, 1963.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. The householder. New York: Norton, 1960.

Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. Like birds, like fishes. New York: Norton, 1964.

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Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer. To whom she will. Same as Amrita.

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Johnston, G. H. Monsoon. New York: Dodd Mead, 1950.

Jose, Sebastian. The space, time, and I. Calcutta: Alpha Beta, 1966.

Joshi, Arun. The foreigner. Bombay: Asia, 1968.

Judah, Aaron. Clown of Bombay. London: Faber, 1963.

Judah, Aaron. Clown on fire. New York: Dial, 1967.

Julian, Mary. Where jasmines bloom. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1917.

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Kabir, Humayun. Of cabbages and kings. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1947.

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Kapur, Vimla. Life goes on. Lahore: Associated Publications, 1946.

Karaka, Dasoo Framjee. Just flesh. Bombay: Thacker, 1941.

Karaka, Dasoo Framjee. There lay the city. Bombay: Thacker, 1942.

Karaka, Dasoo Framjee. We never die. Bombay: Thacker, 1944.

Karnath, Kota Shivarama. Back to the soil. Trans. by A. N. Murthy Rao. Puttur, Kerala: Harsha Printing, 1950.

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Karnik, Anant S. Kashmir princess. Bombay: Jaico, 1958.

Kaul, Narendra Nath. The heart’s way. New Delhi: Hamsa, 1957.

Kaveri Bai, H. Meenakshi’s memoirs: a novel of Christian life in South India. Madras: Natesan, 1937.

Kaye, John W. Long engagements: a tale of the Afghan rebellion. London: Chapman and Hall, 1846.

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Kaye, John W. The story of Basil Bouverie. Calcutta: Privately printed, 1842.

Kaye, Mary Margaret. Death walked in Kashmir. London: Staples Press, 1953.

Kaye, Mary Margaret. Shadow of the moon. London: Longmans, 1957.

Kaye, Mollie. Strange island. Bombay: Thacker, 1944.

Keating, Henry Raymond Fitzwater. Inspector Ghote caught in meshes. New York: Dutton, 1963.

Keating, Henry Raymond Fitzwater. Inspector Ghote hunts the peacock. New York: Dutton, 1968.

Keating, Henry Raymond Fitzwater. Inspector Ghote plays a joker. New York: Dutton, 1559?

Keating, Henry Raymond Fitzwater. Inspector Ghote’s good crusade. London: Collins, 1966.

Keating, Henry Raymond Fitzwater. The perfect murder. New York: Dutton, 1965.

   Kelly, Joan Collis. → See Joan Sutherland.

Kennedy, S. A. Spellbound: the story of Arthur Denniston Claire. Bombay: Thacker, 1943.

Kennedy, Sara Mackenzie. St. Valentine’s day. London: Burleigh, 1900.

Kent, Louise Andrews. He went with Vasco da Gama. Boston: Houghton, 1938.

Kent, Louise Andrews. The red rajah. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1933.

Kernahan, John Coulson. The woman who understood. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1916.

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Kerry, Stephen (pseud.) Doctor sahib. London: Cassell, 1967.

Kershaw, Isabel Blanche. Tarnished virtue. London: Hutchinson, 1927.

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Khosla, Gopal Das. Grim fairy tales and other facts and fancies. Bombay: Asia, 1967.

Khosla, Gopal Das. The horoscope cannot lie and other stories. Bombay: Asia, 1961.

Khosla, Gopal Das. The last Mughal. Delhi: Hind Pocket, 1969.

Khosla, Gopal Das. The price of a wife. Bombay: Jaico, 1958.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. The anchorite and other stories. London: Oxford University Press, 1922.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. An anthology of Indian tales. London: Humphrey Milford, 1924.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Deccan nursery tales or fairy tales from the south. London: Macmillan, 1914.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Folk tales of Sind and Guzarat. Karachi: Daily Gazette Press, 1925.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. The Indian heroes. London: Humphrey Milford, 1915.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Shri Krishna of Dwaraka and other stories. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1920.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. The tale of Tulsi plant and other stories. Bombay: Times of India, 1908.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Tales from the Indian drama. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1923.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Tales from the Indian epics. Bombay: Humphrey Milford, 1918.

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Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Tales of old Ind. Bombay: Times of India Press, 1938.

Kincaid, Charles Augustus. Tales of old Sind. London: Humphrey Milford, 1922.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. Cactus land.  Same as Moonrise on the Indus.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. Durbar. London: Chatto and Windus, 1937.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. The final image. London: Routledge, 1939.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. The grand rebel: an impression of Sivaji, founder of the Maratha empire. London: Collins, 1937.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. Moonrise on the Indus. London: Chatto and Windus, 1934.

Kincaid, Dennis Charles Alexander. Their ways divide. London: Chatto and Windus, 1936.

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King, Percy J. Fool’s delight. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1925.

King, Percy J. Forasmuch. London: Selwyn and Blount, 1927.

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Kipling, Rudyard. v.2: Soldiers three; Story of the Gadsbys ; In black and white  (1888-92); 23 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.3:  Wee Willie Winkie ; Under the deodars ; The phantom rickshaw ; And other stories (1888-92); 20 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.4: Life’s handicap (1888-90); 28 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.5: Many inventions (1892). 14 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.6: The day’s work (1898); 12 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.12: The jungle book; The second jungle book (1894-95); 15 stories.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.19: The Naulakha (written with Wolcott Balestier) (1892); novel.

Kipling, Rudyard. v.21:  Kim  (1901); novel.

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Knight, W. Kobold. Monsoon bird. London: Cassell, 1927.

   Krishan, Bal. → See Bala Krishna.

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Krishan Chander. Flame and the flower. Bombay: Current Book House, 1951.

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Krishan Chander. Mr. Ass comes to town. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.

Krishan Chander. Seven faces of London. Delhi: Paradise, 1969.

   Also see Chandra, Krishan

Krishnan, O. U. A little laugh. Bombay: Karnatak Press, 1927.

Krishnan Kutty, G. Anguish. Trivandrum: Mitranikethan, 1965.

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Krishnaswamy, Sucheendrum Yegnanarayana. Kalvani’s husband. Madras: Higginbothams, 1967.

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Laxman, R. K. Sorry: no room. Bombay: Pearl, 1969.

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Leslie, Cecile. Goat to Kali. London: Cassell, 1948.

Leslie, Cecile. The golden stairs. New York: Doubleday, 1968.

Leslie, Cecile. The rope bridge. New York: Doubleday, 1964.

Lewis, Alun. In the green tree. London: Allen and Unwin, 1948.

Lewis, Reba. The Brahmin and the belle. Berlin: Seven Seas, 1969.

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Lidchi, Maggi. Man of earth. (U.S. title of Earthman.)

Lillie, Arthur. An Indian wizard. London: Simpkin, 1887.

Lillie, Arthur. The workshop of religions. London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1906.

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Lovatt, William F. The curse of Kama. London: Houghton Publishing Company, 1932.

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Macmillan, Michael. Tales of Indian chivalry. London: Blackie, 1901.

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MacMunn, George Fletcher. Black velvet, a drama of India and the bomb cult. London: Sampson Low, 1934.

MacMunn, George Fletcher. A freelance in Kashmir: a tale of the great anarchy. New York: Dutton, 1914.

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McMurry, George H. Call to Murralla. New York: Harper, 1960.

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Maddock, Eleanor. The snake in the sleeve. London: Hutchinson, 1927.

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Madhaviah, A. Kaushika’s short stories on marriage reform and allied topics. Madras: Authors Press, 1924.

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Malgonkar, Manohar. The princes. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1963.

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Mandy, Colin R. Sunny hours. Bombay: Thacker, n. d.

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Marshall, Edison. The heart of little Shikara and other stories. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1924.

Marshall, Edison. The jewel of Mahabar. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1938.

Marshall, Edison. Love stories of India. New York: Farrar Straus, 1950.

Marshall, Ian. The vengeance of Kali. London: Nelson, 1930.

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Mason, A. E. W. The drum. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1937.

Mason, Francis Van Wyck. Himalayan assignment. Garden City: Doubleday, 1952.

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Mason, Philip.  The island of Chamba . London: Cape, 1950.

Mason, Philip.  The wild sweet witch . London: Cape, 1947.

Mason, Richard. The fever tree. London: Collins, 1962.

Mason, Richard. Wind cannot read. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1946.

Masters, John. Bhowani Junction. New York: Viking, 1954.

Masters, John. Coromandel. New York: Viking, 1955.

Masters, John. The deceivers. New York: Viking, 1952.

Masters, John. Far, far the mountain peak. New York: Viking, 1957.

Masters, John. The lotus and the wind. New York: Viking, 1953.

Masters, John. Nightrunners of Bengal. New York: Viking, 1951.

Masters, John. To the coral strand. New York: Harper, 1963.

Masters, John. The Venus of Konpara. New York: Harper, 1960.

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Mazumdar, Sachindra. Creatures of destiny: short stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1956.

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Meacham, Ellis K. On the company’s service. New York: Little, Brown, 1971.

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Mehta, Rustam. How he got over: a story of English life. Bombay: The Author, 1918.

Mehta, Ved. The delinquent chacha. New York: Harper, 1967.

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Miln, Louise Jordan. The green goddess. New York: Stokes, 1922.

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Milton, C. R. The sunset gun. London: Andrew Melrose, 1920.

Milton, C. R. Tiernay Blake’s wife. London: Andrew Melrose, 1929.

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Mitra, S. M.  Hindupore: a peep behind the Indian unrest: an Anglo-Indian romance . London: Luzac, 1909.

Mitter, Hari. Progressive film stories for producing new films. New Delhi: Author, 1959.

Mitton, Geraldine Edith, and James George Scott. Under an eastern sky. Allahabad: Wheeler, 1924.

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Morgan, W. G. Curtis. A frontier romance. London: Nash and Grayson, 1926.

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Mountain, Isabel. Tigress. London: Heath Cranton, 1920.

Mudaliar, C. T. Parathasarthi. Bhima, the giant killer. Madras: Macmillan, 1926.

Muddock, Joyce Emerson. The great white hand: or the tiger of Cawnpore. London: Hutchinson, 1896.

Muddock, Joyce Emerson. The star of fortune. 2 vols. London: Chapman and Hall, 1894.

Mukerji, Damodar. Golden lotus or sonar kamal. Translated from Bengali by R. P. De. Calcutta: Author, 1917.

Mukerji, Damodar. Ma-o-meye: or the mother and daughter. Calcutta: Bose, 1906.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Caste and outcaste. London: Dent, 1923.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. The chief of the herd. London: Dent, 1929.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Gay neck: the story of a pigeon. London: Dent, 1928.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Ghond: the hunter. London: Dent, 1929.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Hari: the jungle lad. New York: Dutton, 1924.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Jungle beasts and men. New York: Dent, 1923.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Kari: the elephant. London: Dent, 1922.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. My brother’s face. London: Butterworth, 1925.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Rama, the hero of India. London: Dent, 1931.

Mukerji, Dhan Gopal. Secret listeners of the east. London: Dutton, 1926.

Mukherjee, Anil Kumar. My mother. Ranchi: No publisher given, 1959.

   Mukherji, Balachand. → See Benophul.

Mukherji, Prabhat Kumar. Stories of Bengalee life. Translated by M. S. Knight and the author. Calcutta: Indian Press, 1912.

Mukherji, Santosh Kumar. Indian ghost stories. Allahabad: Wheeler, n. d.

Mukherji, Santosh Kumar. The mysterious traders. Calcutta: Wheeler, n. d.

Mukhopadhyaya, Tapati. Murder needs a staircase and six faces of Eve. Bombay: Jaico, 1963.

   Mull, Sanjhi. → See Sanjhi Mull.

Mullens, Mrs. and others. Prasanna and Kamini. London: Religious Tract Society, 1885.

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Mundy, Talbot. Black light. London: Hutchinson, 1930.

Mundy, Talbot. Caves of terror. London: Hutchinson, 1932.

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Mundy, Talbot. C. I. D. London: Hutchinson, 1932.

Mundy, Talbot. Cock o’ the north. Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1929.

Mundy, Talbot. Diamonds see in the dark. London: Hutchinson, 1936.

Mundy, Talbot. East and west. New York: Appleton Century, 1937.

Mundy, Talbot. Full moon. New York: Appleton Century, 1935.

Mundy, Talbot. Gunga Sahib. London: Hutchinson, 1933.

Mundy, Talbot. Guns of the gods. London & Indianapolis: Bobbs Merrill, 1921.

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Mundy, Talbot. Hira Singh’s tale. London: Cassell, 1918.

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Panchapakesa Ayyar, Aiylam Subrahmanya. The royal jester or Tenali Rama: tales. Vellore: K. V. Press, 1943.

Panchapakesa Ayyar, Aiylam Subrahmanya. Sense in sex and other stories of Indian woman. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1927.

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Patel, Dossabhoy. Carl Cornwall, a point four American in Malwa, India. Karachi: Pakistan, 1962.

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Paul, Dhirendra Nath. The mysteries of the Mogul court. Calcutta: Datta, Bose, 1920.

Paul, Dhirendra Nath. Mysteries of the Mogul durbar: a historical romance. Calcutta: Datta, Bose, 1921.

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Payne, Pierre Stephen Robert. The emperor. Same as Blood royal.

Payne, Pierre Stephen Robert. The lord comes: a novel on the life of the Buddha. London: Heinemann, 1948.

Payne, Pierre Stephen Robert. Maharajah. New York: World, 1951.

Payne, Pierre Stephen Robert. Young emperor. New York: Macmillan, 1950.

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Pearce, Charles, E. A star of the east. London: Stanley Paul, 1912.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. The familiar stranger. London: Hutchinson, 1936.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. Love by an Indian river. London: Chatto and Windus, 1916.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. Love in the hills. London: Chatto and Windus, 1913.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. On the Coromandel coast. London: Smith Elder, 1908.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr.  The tea planter . London: Chatto and Windus, 1906.

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Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. The two brides. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1929.

Penny, Fanny Emily Farr.  The unlucky mark . London: Chatto and Windus, 1909.

Penny, Fanny Emily Farr. The wishing stone. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1930.

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Phadke, N. S. Whirlwind. Translated from Marathi. Bombay: Jaico, 1956.

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   Piper, David. → See Peter Towry.

Planter’s Mate, pseud. A new clearing: a medley of prose and verse. Madras: Vest & Co., 1884.

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Ponder, Stephen Einar Gilbert. Frontier tapestry. London: Stanley Paul, 1943.

Ponder, Stephen Einar Gilbert. A mughul miniature. London: Stanley Paul, 1948.

Ponder, Stephen Einar Gilbert. A rose of Hindustan. London: Stanley Paul, 1946.

Ponder, Stephen Einar Gilbert. Valleys of the ungodly. London: Stanley Paul, 1947.

Ponder, Stephen Einar Gilbert. Waters of chastisement. London: Stanley Paul, 1947.

Pon-Ratnam, Schwartz. Spotten green: Indian ghost stories. London: Stockwell, 1935.

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Prem Chand (pseud. of Dhanpat Rai Srivastava). The gift of a cow. Translation of Godaan by Gordon C. Roadarmel. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1968. Another translation is by Jaya Ratan Lal and P. Lal. Bombay: Jaico, 1957.

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Prem Chand (pseud. of Dhanpat Rai Srivastava). The secret of culture and other stories. Translated from Hindi by Madan Gupta. Bombay: Jaico, 1960.

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[Prinsep, Augustus] The baboo and other tales descriptive of society in India. 2 vols. Smith Elder, 1834.

[Prinsep, Augustus] Eva and Forester: a tale of India. 2 vols. London: Smith Elder, 1840.

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Raina, Vimala. Indian love legends. Bombay: Popular, 1967.

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Raja Rao. The cat and the Shakespeare. New York: Macmillan, 1965.

Raja Rao. The cow of the barricades and other stories. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1947.

Raja Rao. Kanthapura. London: Allen and Unwin, 1938.

Raja Rao. Serpent and the rope. New York: Pantheon, 1963.

Rajagopalachari, Chakravarti. The fatal cart and other stories. New Delhi: Hindustan Times, 1946.

Rajagopalachari, Chakravarti. Stories for the innocent. Bombay: Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan, 1963.

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Rajam Aiyar, B. R. True greatness or Vasudeva Sastri. Madras: Thompson, 1905.

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Rajput, (pseud.) The advancing year. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1941.

Rajput, (pseud.) Indian river. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1939.

Rajput, (pseud.) Khyber calling. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1938.

Rakesh, Mohan. Lingering Shadows. tr. by Jai Ratan. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.

Ralli, Sidney. The Etna messages and other stories. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, 1945.

Ram, Shanker (pseud. of T. L. Natesan). The children of Kaveri. Madras: Purnah, 1926.

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Ram, Shanker (pseud. of T. L. Natesan). The love of dust. Madras: Purnah, 1938.

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Rao, K. R. On the sands of Juhu. Rajkot: Kitabghar, 1945.

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Sathianandhan, Samuel and Krupbai. Stories of Indian Christian life. Madras: Srinivasa Varadachari, 1898.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. Back o’ beyond. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1929.

Savi, Ethel Winifred.  Banked fires . London: Putnam’s, 1919.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. Birds of passage. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1939.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. A blind alley. London: Digby Long, 1911.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. By torchlight. London: Hurst and Black ett, 1931.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Daggers drawn. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1929.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. A daughter-in-law. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1913.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. The devil’s carpet: an Anglo-Indian romance. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1954.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Devil’s playground. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1941.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Dog in the manger. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1928.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The door between. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1930.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The fatalist. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1929.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Fate’s captive. Same as Blunder.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. A fool’s game. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1929.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. A forlorn hope. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1928.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The fragrance lingers. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1947.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Glamorous East. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1936.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. God forsaken. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1930.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The great gamble. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1928.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Hidden flames. London: G. Howard Watts, 1933.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. House party. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1952.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The human heart. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1948.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Ill-gotten gains. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1938.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. In desperation. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1931.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Insolence of youth. London: Hutchinson, 1935.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Labelled dangerous. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1950.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Lords of creation. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1945.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Mistress of herself. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1918.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. Neither fish nor flesh. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1924.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. On the knees of the gods. London: Hutchinson, 1932.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. On trust. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1928.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Passionate problem. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1934.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Price of loyalty. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1953.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. A prince of lovers. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1925.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. Prisoners of necessity. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1933.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred.  Satan finds . London: Hurst and Blackett, 1926.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The saving of a scandal. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1929.

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Savi, Ethel Winifred. The tyranny of freedom. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1935.

Savi, Ethel Winifred. The unattainable. London: Hurst and Blackett, 1948.

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Sharp, Henry. The dancing god. London: Faber and Gwyer, 1928.

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Simeons, Albert Theodore William. The mask of a lion. London: Gollancz, 1952.

Sinderby, Donald. Dogsbody: the story of a romantic subaltern. London: Herbert Jenkins, 1928.

Sinderby, Donald. The jewel of Malabar. London: John Murray, 1927.

Sinderby, Donald. Mother-in-law India. London: Marriott, 1930.

Sinderby, Donald. The protagonists. London: John Murray, 1928.

Singh, Gurvir Inder. Not seriously—short stories. New Delhi: Army Educational Stories, 1963.

Singh, Huthi. Maura. London: Constable, 1951.

Singh, Jogendra. Kamla. London: Selwyn and Blount, 1925.

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Singh, Jogendra. Nasrin: An Indian medley. London: James Nisbet, 1911.

Singh, Jogendra. Nur Jahan: the romance of an Indian queen. London: James Nisbet, 1909.

Singh, Khushwant. A bride for the sahib and other stories. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1967.

Singh, Khushwant. I shall not hear the nightingale. London: Calder, 1959.

Singh, Khushwant. Mano Majra. New York: Grove, 1956.

Singh, Khushwant. The mark of Vishnu and other stories. London: Saturn, 1950.

Singh, Khushwant. Train to Pakistan. Same as Mano Majra.

Singh, Khushwant. The voice of God and other stories. Bombay: Jaico, 1957.

Singh, Khushwant and Jaya Thadani, editors. Land of the five rivers. Bombay: Jaico, 1965.

Singh, Malkiat. Love and faith. New Delhi: Chand, 1966.

Singh, Narendrapal. Light stands aside. Translated from Gurmukhi. New Delhi: Vidya Prakashan Bhawan, 1968.

Singh, Rajkumari. A garland of stories. Ilfracombe: Arthur Stockwell, 1960.

Sinha, Krishna Nandan. Wait without hope. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1967.

Sinha, Purnendu Narayan. The Chandi, or the great plan. Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1922.

Sinha, Satyanarayan. Adrift on the Ganga. Bombay: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, 1964.

Sircar, Noel. An Indian boyhood. London: Hollis and Carter, 1948.

Sivasankara Pillai, Thakazhi. Chemeen. Translated by Narayana Menon. New York: Harper, 1962.

Sivasankara Pillai, Thakazhi. The unchaste. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, 1970.


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Sleath, Frederick. Red vulture. London: Hutchinson, 1923.

Slimming, John O. The pepper garden. London: Heinemann, 1968.

   Small, Austin J. → See Seamark.

Smith, Archibald William.  Bandar log . Boston: Little Brown, 1930.

Smith, Archibald William. A captain departed. London: Peter Davies, 1934.

Smith, Archibald William. The sword and the rose. London: Peter Davies, 1938.

Smith, Archibald William. West is west. Same as Bandar log.

Smith, Elizabeth Bruce Elton. The East Indian sketch book. 1st series, 2 vols. 2nd series, 2 vols. London: No publisher given, 1830-32.

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Snilloc (pseud. of R. S. Harper Collins). East African and Indian jungle thrillers. Bombay: Thacker, 1943.

Snilloc (pseud. of R. S. Harper Collins). The honest bunch and other stories. Bombay: Thacker, 1943.

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Somers, Mark.  The bridge . London: First Novel Library, 1902.

Somers, Mark. End of the road. London: Hutchinson, 1923.

Sorabji, Cornelia.  Between the twilights . London: Harper, 1908.

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Sorabji, Cornelia. Love and life behind the purdah. London: Freemantle, 1901.

Sorabji, Cornelia. The purdah nashin. London: Thacker, 1918.

Sorabji, Cornelia. Sun babies: studies in the child life of India. London: John Murray, 1904.

Sousa, Innocent. Radha: a romance and other tales. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1904.

Sousa, Innocent. Uncle Roland or looking for a wife. Bombay: Taraporevala, 1906.

Southgate, D. H. As a man’s hand: an Indian saga, 1876-1936. London: Methuen, 1937.

Southgate, D. H. Great things God has done: stories from modern India. London: Livingston Press, 1936.

Southgate, D. H. Root in the rock. London: Methuen, 1938.

Spencer, Francis Angus. The four horned altar. London: Heath Cranton, 1913.

Sridhar Rao, K. The twain shall meet. Bangalore: Power Press, 1949.

Srinivasan, C. M. Ananda Maya: a didactic fiction on a realistic background. Madras: Aiyar, 1966.

   Srivasta, Dhanpat Rai. → See Prem Chand.

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Stace, Henry. The adventures of Count O’Connor in the dominions of the great Mogul. London: Rivers, 1907.

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Woolf, S. H. Ordeal on the frontier. London: Putnam’s, 1928.

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Wren, Percival Christopher. Dark woman. London: John Murray, 1943.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Dew and mildew: semi-detached stories from Karabad, India. London: Longmans, 1912.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Driftwood spars. London: John Murray, 1916.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Explosion. London: John Murray, 1935.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Father Gregory of lures and failures: a tale of Hindostan. London: Longmans, 1913.

Wren, Percival Christopher. The man of a ghost. Same as The spur of pride.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Odd, but even so: stories stranger than fiction. London: John Murray, 1941.

Wren, Percival Christopher. The snake and the sword. London: Longmans, 1914.

Wren, Percival Christopher. The spur of pride. London: Houghton, 1937.

Wren, Percival Christopher. To the hilt. New York: Houghton, 1937.

Wren, Percival Christopher. Worthwhile. London: John Murray, 1937.

Wren, Percival Christopher. The young stagers. London: Longmans, 1917.

Wylie, Elinor. Jennifer Lorn: a sedate extravaganza. New York: Doubleday, 1923.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. The daughter of Brahma. London: Mills and Boon, 1912.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. Hermit doctor of Gaya. New York: Putnam, 1916.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. Native born. Same as The rajah’s people.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. The rajah’s people. London: Mills and Boon, 1910.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. Temple of dawn. London: Mills and Boon, 1915.

Wylie, Ida Alexa Ross. Tristram Sahib. London: Mills and Boon, 1915.

Wylie, Max. Hindu heaven. London: Gollancz, 1933.

Wynne, May. The secret of the zennana. London: Greening, 1913.

Wynne, Pamela (pseud. of Winifred Mary Scott). Ashes of desire. London: Macaulay, 1925.

Wynne, Pamela (pseud. of Winifred Mary Scott). East is always East. New York: Doubleday, 1930.

Wynne, Pamela (pseud. of Winifred Mary Scott). Love’s lotus flower. London: Collins, 1939.

Wynne, Pamela (pseud. of Winifred Mary Scott). Penelope finds out. London: Philip Allan, 1926.

Wynne, Pamela (pseud. of Winifred Mary Scott). Under the mosquito net. London: Philip Allan, 1928.

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Yeats, Sidney Kilner Levett. The romance of guard Mulligan and other stories. Allahabad: Wheeler, 1893.

Yeats-Brown, Francis. The lives of a Bengal lancer. New York: Viking, 1930.

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Younghusband, Francis. But in our lives; a romance of the Indian frontier. London: John Murray, 1926.

Zinkin, Taya. The faithful parrot and other folk stories. London: Oxford University Press, 1968.

Zinkin, Taya. Rishi: the story of a childhood in India. London: Methuen, 1960.