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My Dateless Diary An Unusual And Witty Travel Book About The United States Of America.At The Age Of Fifty, When Most People Have Settled For The Safety Of Routine, R K Narayan Left India For The First Time To Travel Through America In This Account Of His Journey, The Writer S Pen Unerringly Captures The Clamour And Energy Of New York City, The Friendliness Of The West Coast, The Wealth And Insularity Of The Mid West, The Magnificence Of The Grand CanyonThreading Their Way Through The Narrative Are A Host Of Delightful Characters From Celebrities Like Greta Garbo, Aldous Huxley, Martha Graham, Cartier Bresson, Milton Singer, Edward G Robinson And Ravi Shankar To The Anonymous Business Tycoon On The Train Who Dismissed The Writer When He Discovered Narayan Had Nothing To Do With India S Steel Industry As A Bonus, There Are Wry Snapshots Of Those Small But Essential Aspects Of American Life Muggers, Fast Food Restaurants, Instant Gurus, Subway Commuters, TV Advertisements, And American Football An Entrancing And Compelling Travelogue About An Endlessly Fascinating Land.


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10 thoughts on “My Dateless Diary

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book, as the name suggests, is a series of writings from R K Narayan s journal It is about his first visit to the United States on an invitation by the Rockefeller Foundation He stayed around 9 months in the coun


  2. says:

    Good narration and capture of sentiments and behaviour Especially liked the section about coffee


  3. says:

    He is a master story teller Part travelogue, part autobiographical Very rare do you see such a good combination of imagery, wit nonchalance


  4. says:

    Wonderful presentation of America The difference highlighted between an American and an Indian is perfect.


  5. says:

    These were the two questions that R K Narayan was frequently asked in U.S How do joint families work Why don t Indians eat beef keeping in mind the endless supply of cows on streets as it may solve country s malnutrition problem He wasn t troubled as he was as much trying to understand American mind as t


  6. says:

    Though the subject is boring, the author made it a very energetic and witty read.The only reason that made me abandon this book is the very plot It is not very interesting and as usual it was a mistake that I started ...


  7. says:

    I found this book by doing something I never do closing my eyes in a used bookstore and grabbing something off the shelf It turned out to be great an Indian author touring America in the 50 s he meets Greta Gar...


  8. says:

    I suspect other books of his are better.It s just a miscellaneous collection of tidbits, jottings, about a few months he spent in the U.S no unifying theme that I could see.There were definitely interesting moments and observations, but on the whole the author simply comes across as self c...


  9. says:

    A simple narration of Narayan s trip to USA Throughout the book, Narayan shares his observation of American society and the culture during his trip and every now and then, but not very often, he has some profound to shar...


  10. says:

    Nice account of first time observation of a new placeAs usual book was rich in RKN style simplistic,realistic and honest..


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