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  1. An Equal Music: A Novel by Vikram Seth, 2000-05-02
  2. A Suitable Boy: A Novel (Modern Classics) by Vikram Seth, 2005-10-01
  3. Two Lives: A Memoir by Vikram Seth, 2006-06-01
  4. Beastly Tales: from Here and There by Vikram Seth, 1999-04-01
  5. The Golden Gate by Vikram Seth, 1991-06-18
  6. From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sinkiang and Tibet by Vikram Seth, 1987-10-12
  7. Vikram Seth's A Suitable Boy: A Reader's Guide (Continuum Contemporaries) by Angela Atkins, 2002-06-26
  8. A Suitable Boy by SETH VIKRAM, 1994-07-28
  9. A Suitable Boy: Volume I by Vikram Seth, 1993
  10. All You Who Sleep Tonight by Vikram Seth, 1993
  11. Riot at Misri Mandi (Phoenix 60p paperbacks) by Vikram Seth, 1995-12-22
  12. Vikram Seth's A Suitable Boy' Search for Indian Identity by Shyam S. Agarwalla, 1997-07-01
  13. A Suitable Boy by Vikram Seth, 1999
  14. Vikram Seth's a Suitable Boy ; An Anthology of Recent Criticism

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3. Vikram Seth - Verwandte Stimmen / An Equal Music - LESELUST-Rezension
Ein Roman wie Musik - befindet Daniela Ecker in der Leselust . Mit Leseprobe.
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Originaltitel: An Equal Music
Roman. Rowohlt Verlag 2000
474 Seiten, ISBN: 3499229994
Eine Busfahrt lässt Michaels Vergangenheit ganz plötzlich wieder schmerzhaft auferstehen. Mitten in London, als sein Bus an einer Ampel hält, sieht er im Bus nebenan eine Frau sitzen, bei der es sich mit Sicherheit um Julia handelt. Doch als er es endlich geschafft hat, den Bus zu wechseln, ist sie schon nicht mehr da.
Julia. Das ist die große Liebe in Michaels Leben, die er damals in Wien nicht mehr ertragen hatte. Vor der er genauso geflohen war wie vor seinem Professor, der aus ihm unbedingt einen Sologeiger machen wollte, der seinen Wunsch, lieber die zweite Geige in einem Quartett zu spielen, nicht akzeptieren konnte. Danach hatte er jahrelang verzweifelt versucht, sie wiederzufinden, sie zu kontaktieren - vergeblich. Ihre Eltern hatten ihm nur immer wieder zu verstehen gegeben, er hätte ihre Tochter schon genug verletzt.
Vergessen hatte er sie trotzdem nie. Sein Leben verlief zwar seit einiger Zeit in ruhiger Selbstverständlichkeit; die Arbeit mit dem Quartett, diese enge Bindung an drei Menschen, die Liebe zur Musik - das alles hatte ihn ruhiger werden lassen.
Und nun war Julia plötzlich in London - und trotzdem unauffindbar. Alle Nachforschungen verlaufen ins Leere - aber dann steht sie plötzlich nach einem Auftritt hinter der Bühne. Mittlerweile ist sie verheiratet, hat ein Kind - und trotzdem: die alte Faszination, die Leidenschaft - alles ist wieder da. Lange zögert Julia, aber dann musiziert sie doch wieder mit Michael, spielt die alten Stücke, die sie einst in Wien gemeinsam gespielt hatten, bevor er Hals über Kopf floh.

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Vikram Seth Biography A small, wiry soap opera enthusiast with well-defined features and a ready smile, Vikram Seth was born in Calcutta in 1952 (also the home of Indian literary giant Rabindranath Tagore ). Throughout Seth's childhood, his father Prem Seth was a shoe company executive and his mother Laila Seth served as a judge (Bemrose). Vikram Seth is the oldest of threehis brother conducts Buddhist meditational tours and his youngest sister serves as an Austrian diplomat (Robinson, Rachlin). After completing his primary education, Seth left India to study at Oxford University , England, earning a degree in philosophy, politics, and economics (a PPE degree). He further enrolled at Stanford University , intending to earn a PhD in Economics, but never completed his study. While at Stanford, Seth was also a also a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing from 1977-1978. During a period from 1980-1982, he studied classical Chinese poetry and different languages at Nanjing University , China. Seth mentions that he "never had any passion for economics, not what I felt for writing poetry" (Robinson). But Seth does comment upon his failure to complete a PhD: "I feel a bit of regret that I didn't finish my Ph.D. I'm interested in it, but it's not a passion, the way writing is" (Rachlin). Vikram Seth has published eight notable works - six collections of poetry and two novels - with a ninth novel soon to come. During the period before and after Seth published his first novel, he contributed poetic works for more than a decade. Seth's books of poetry include

8. Vikram Seth - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Vikram Seth (born June 20, 1952) is an Indian poet, novelist, travel writer, librettist, children's writer, biographer and memoirist.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Vikram Seth Born 20 June 1952
Calcutta, West Bengal, India Occupation Poet novelist , travel writer, librettist, children's writer, biographer and memoirist Nationality Indian Genres novels, poetry, libretto, travel writing, children's literature, biography/memoir Notable work(s) A Suitable Boy The Golden Gate Vikram Seth Hindi , pronounced [ˈvɪkrəm ˈseːʈʰ] ; born June 20, 1952) is an Indian poet novelist , travel writer, librettist , children's writer, biographer and memoirist

9. Seth, Vikram - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Seth, Vikram
Indian poet and novelist. He is most famous for his novel A Suitable Boy, published in 1993, an epic tale set during Indian independence. His novel An Equal Music was published in, Vikram

10. Seth, Vikram - Definition Of Seth, Vikram By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaur
Seth (s th) In the Bible, the third son of Adam and Eve. Seth sɛθ n (Christian Religious Writings / Bible) Old Testament Adam's third son, given by God in place of the murdered Abel, Vikram

11. Seth, Vikram (Harper's Magazine)
October 2010. AMERICAN ELECTRA Feminism’s Ritual Matricide By Susan Faludi. THIRTY DAYS AS A CUBAN Pinching Pesos and Dropping Pounds in Havana By Patrick Symmes

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Interview on Seth s An Equal Music (includes excerpts)
Vikram Seth's prose fiction debut, A Suitable Boy , sold over one million copies worldwide despite the fact that, at 1,349 pages long, it holds the distinction of being the longest single volume ever published in the English language. Now Seth returns with a far shorter, though equally satisfying novel. An Equal Music is a love story, the tale of Michael, a professional violinist who has never recovered from the loss of his only true love, a pianist whom he knew as a student in Vienna. Ten years after their affair has ended, they meet again, and despite the fact that she is now married and has a child, she agrees to accompany Michael and his quartet back to Vienna where their passion is rekindled and secrets are revealed. Seth masterfully conveys the inner life of a musician and deftly articulates the joy and pain of creating music.
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13. Seth, Vikram - India, Lata, Music, Boy, Family, And Novel
(Indian, 1952– ) Vikram Seth was born in Calcutta and educated in India and the universities of Oxford and Stanford. He established himself as a poet, and author of a verse novel,

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This novel in verse about a group of California yuppies was one of the most highly praised books of 1986 and a bestseller on both coasts. Can 690 sonnets, rhyming a-b-a-b-c-c-d-d-e-f-f-e-g-g, be a novel? Definitely! First published in 1986 and still fresh (the sole sign of its publication date being the frequent use of the word yuppie ), Vikram Seth's The Golden Gate will turn the verse-fearing into admiring acolytes. Janet Hayakawa, a yet-to-be-discovered sculptor and drummer in the Liquid Sheep, secretly places a personal ad for her friend John, even though she too is single. "Only her cats provide distraction,/Twin paradigms of lazy action." The seventh letter does the trick. Lawyer Liz Donati's submission is two sonnets in toto and disarms John into meeting her. Soon they fall into brief bliss, as do her brother, Ed, and John's old college roommate, Phil. Unfortunately, the first couple's love is too soon destroyed, partly by a pet, partly by politics; and the second is rent by religion. Ed pulls away thanks to the Bible: "I have to trust my faith's decisions, / Not batten on my own volitions."

16. - Seth, Vikram - 1986 - From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sink
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1952 Born in Calcutta on the 20th of June.1992 - He attended The Doon School in Dehradun, and told a Doon Founder's Day gathering of his terrible feeling of loneliness and
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Born: 1952 AD
Currently alive, at 58 years of age.
Nationality: Indian
Categories: Poets
1952 - Born in Calcutta on the 20th of June.
1992 - He attended The Doon School in Dehradun, and told a Doon Founder's Day gathering of his "terrible feeling of loneliness and isolation" while studying at the prestigious institution.
1975 - He undertook doctoral studies at Stanford University where he has stated that he spent "11 years not getting an economics Ph.D.
1977-1978 - He was Wallace Stegner Fellow in Creative Writing with the poet Timothy Steele,
1980-1982 - Seth did extensive field work in China gathering data for his intended doctoral dissertation on Chinese population planning; he was attached to Nanjing University while in China and became fluent in Mandarin within six months, later translating Chinese as well as Hindi poetry into English.
1983 - Thomas Cook Travel Book Award From Heaven Lake: Travels Through Sinkiang and Tibet.
1985 - Commonwealth Poetry Prize (Asia) The Humble Administrator's Garden.

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