Vikram Seth was born in India and educated there and in
England, California, and China. He has written acclaimed books in several
genres: verse novel, The Golden Gate; travel book, From Heaven
Lake; animal fables, Beastly Tales; epic novel, A Suitable Boy,
and a couple of books for children.
The Golden Gate (1986)
A Suitable Boy (1993)
An Equal Music (1999)
Humble Administrator's Garden (1985)
All You Who Sleep Tonight (1990)
Beastly Tales (1991)
Three Chinese Poets (1992)
From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sinkiang And Tibet (1983)
Two Lives (2005)
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