He has written a novel Home Products (2007) and three books of non-fiction: Passport Photos (2000), Bombay-London-New York (2002) and Husband of a Fanatic (2005). He has also written a book of poems, Tears for the N.R.I. (1996), and has edited five books: Class Issues (1997), Poetics/Politics (1999), World Bank Literature (2002), The Humour and the Pity: Essays on V.S. Naipaul (2002), and Away: The Indian Writer as an Expatriate (2003).
THE FRIDAY BOOK: How India Has Transformed the West ; Bombay-London-New York Amitava Kumar Routledge, Pounds 12.99
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