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Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul Biography
Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul (born August 17, 1932), better known as V. S. Naipaul, is a British novelist of Hindu heritage from Trinidad and Tobago.

In 2001, two of his books, A House for Mr Biswas and A Bend in the River were included on the list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century by the editorial board of the American Modern Library. He is married to Lady Nadira


Booker Prize - 1971
Nobel Prize for Literature - 2001

The Mystic Masseur - (1957)
The Suffrage of Elvira - (1958)
Miguel Street - (1959)
A House for Mr Biswas - (1961)
Mr. Stone and the Knight's Companion - (1963)
A Flag on the Island - (1967)
The Mimic Men - (1967)
The Loss of Eldorado - (1969)
In a Free State - (1971)
Guerillas - (1975)
A Bend in the River - (1979)
Finding the Centre - (1984)
The Enigma of Arrival - (1987)
A Way in the World - (1994)
Half a Life - (2001)


The Middle Passage: Impressions of Five Societies - British, French and Dutch in the West Indies and South America (1962)
And Area of Darkness (1964)
The Overcrowded Barracoon and Other Articles (1972)
India: A Wounded Civilization (1977)
A Congo Diary (1980)
The Return of Eva Perón (1980)
Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey (1981)
Finding the Centre (1984)
A Turn in the South (1989)
India: A Million Mutinies Now (1990)
Homeless by Choice (1992, with R. Jhabvala and S. Rushdie)
Bombay (1994, with Raghubir Singh)
Beyond Belief: Islamic Excursions among the Converted Peoples (1998)
Between Father and Son: Family Letters (1999, edited by Gillon Aitken)
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