At sixty Jagan is a prosperous widower, a sweet-vendor who contrives to combine handsome profits with highminded Gandhian
|Title:||The Vendor Of Sweets||Publisher:||Indian Thought|
|Author:||R K Narayan|
It is quiet boring through-out the story. quiet dragging. story suits best for short story, but in a novel length made it dragging and boring. But the story is quiet touchy, as it depicts typically the feelings and understanding between many of the father and son in day-to-day life....