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The house that P. Lal built in Lake Gardens begins to host regular Sunday morning readings and meetings
First issue of the house journal, The Miscellany, containing Desai’s story “Grandmother”
Nissim Ezekiel’s The Unfinished Man published (not his first book, which had come out elsewhere)
WW enters literary criticism with the pamphlet titled Indian Writing in English: A Symposium
Adil Jussawalla’s debut, Land’s End
A. K. Ramanujan’s Fifteen Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology and Lal’s The Bhagavad-Gita see WW embarking on English translations of Indian literature, one of its key domains eventually.
The Descendants (Kamala Das), Of Gods and Olives (Pritish Nandy), Poems (Suniti Namjoshi)
Debuts of Gauri Deshpande (Between Births) and G. S. Sharat Chandra (Bharata Natyam Dancer)
The 600-page Modern Indian Poetry in English: An Anthology and a Credo published as an answer to Buddhadeva Bose’s anti-English campaign.