Set in London with revolution and counter-revolution as backdrop, The Secret Agent introduces the reader to a ruthless world of espionage and counter-espionage. Laymen, pawns in the big game, are the true victims. Conrad’s own personal experiences enrich the story with an intense emotional appeal. ISBN: 8171674909 Publisher: RUPA & CO
The first novel of Sartre’s monumental Roads to Freedom series, The Age of Reason is set in 1938 and tells of Mathieu, a French professor of philosophy who is obsessed with the idea of freedom. As the shadows of the Second World War draw closer — even as his personal life is complicated by his mistress’s pregnancy — his search for a way to remain free becomes more and more intense.
This is the first full length study of the life and works of Manto to appear in the forty years since his death. Considering that he was amongst the foremost of the Urdu short story writers associated with the progressive writers movement as well as a powerful influence on the current generation of Urdu writers, it w4s time to remedy this literary vacuum.
An adventure novel with deep psychological insights, Lord Jim vividly draws on Conrad’s first-hand experience in the Far East and as a ship officer. The master story teller capture the enthralling life of seamen and their life and agony, dwelling on the true story of Jim, the chief mate on the poorly-crewed Patna, a ship carrying pilgrims in the Eastern Seas. ISBN: 8171674968 Publisher: RUPA