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Death of an elephant

Mina Taherifard

Article ID: 45
Vol 3, Issue 2, 2018, Article identifier:

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Old and new books of fiction are abundantly visible on checkout counters, public libraries, and bookstores in shopping malls and on the Internet. They usually deal with mystery, romance, and sellable thrills of life. That explains the conspicuous invisibility of Death of an Elephant. It’s a novella, self-published by a serious academic. Brij Mohan's debut in the reality-based realm of fiction mocks at the ‘absurdities’ of life in an otherwise progressive, happy, and affluent world.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18063/ESP.2016.02.003
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