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All about H. Hatterr

G. V. Desani

All about H. Hatterr

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by G. V. Desani

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Published by Farrar, Straus and Young in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published in London in 1948 under title: All about Mr. Hatterr

Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ3.D4517 Al2, PR9499.3.D472 Al2
The Physical Object
Pagination300 p.
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6093493M
LC Control Number51010898
OCLC/WorldCa1415619


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I wish I had discovered it years ago. It deserves wider exposure. The New York Review of Books has done a service by bringing it back into by: 9. All About H. Hatterr was published in England in and was one of the best-selling books of the year. Settling in India inDesani began a life of near seclusion.

During this period, he spent time in Buddhist monasteries and studied yoga and Hindu and Buddhist scriptures. The Illustrated Weekly of India reprinted Hali All about H. Hatterr book full in Their introduction to the piece follows. Since the publication of All About H. Hatterr, there has been considerable speculation about Desani's highly complex literaryDesani's second book, is a play, and is completely different from his is a work of great force and beauty, with music of its own.

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Hatterr is a thoroughly self-conscious and finely controlled performance, as Burgess points out elsewhere in the same preface: But it is the language that makes the book, a sort of creative chaos that grumbles at the restraining banks.

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His story is of his search for enlightenment as, in the course of visiting /5(2). Warning!. Warning!. Better heed those first warnings, and all those!!!!.

This – fellers. femmes. -- this book – is mad. Like a hatter. Ostensibly an “autobiographical,” All About H. Hatterr, by Govinas Vishnoodas Desani (New York Review Books, pages) was first published in Desani explains, Though I was attending a world war, the.

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Hatterr: (Paperback published in ), (), (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover publishe Cited by: 9. All About H Hatterr is unlike anything else. It is a comic novel, written by an Indian () who had vast linguistic resources at his disposal, but chose to write a novel which has resemblances to Sterne's Tristram Shandy and Flann O'Brien's At Swim Two Birds/5(21).

All About H. Hatterr broke publicity records for a book published that year (Writer, London). The tone of the reviewers was of surprise and awe (Newsweek, ). In the United States, too, Hatterr earned high critical acclaim.

Orville Prescott, in his Book of the Week review, in The New York Times, said of it, " Genre: Novel, short story, essay, lecture. A Forgotten Indian Masterpiece: All About H. Hatterr by G.V. Desani On Ap Ap By Anirban Nanda In Book Review, English Lit Talks, Experience with a Book, Uncategorized It is matter of utter despair that a book like this, of such caliber and quality, is long forgotten.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. All about H. Hatterr by G. Desani,Penguin edition, in English - Rev. All about H.

Hatterr ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published in London in under title: All about Mr. Hatterr. Description: pages 21 cm. Get this from a library. All about H. Hatterr: a novel.

[G V Desani] -- Wildly funny and wonderfully bizarre, "All About H. Hatterr" is one of the most perfectly eccentric and strangely absorbing works modern English has produced. Hatterr is the son of a European. The reader who expects the shapeless mind-wandering regularity associated with an amateur search for Truth, must now be informed that H.

Hatterr’s story is carefully, even pedantically, planned as Ulysses. There are seven long sections, each of which begins with H. Hatterr consulting a sage.

Written inAll About H. Hatter is G.V. Desani’s masterpiece. The H. Hatter in the title stands for Hindustanwallah Hatter which is a pseudonym of a fifty-five years person who the orphaned son of European seaman and non-Christian woman from Malaya.

A book that has been praised by TS Eliot, Anthony Burgess, Salman Rushdie and Saul Bellow, All About H Hatterr might not be to everyone's taste, but it is a classic comic novel. I wish I had discovered it years ago. It deserves wider exposure. The New York Review of Books has done a service by bringing it back into print/5(21).

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If there’s a worldwide shortage of exclamation points today, you can probably blame it on the publication of G. Desani’s All About H. Hatterr, a book so demented and brilliant that it not only detonates about a dozen “!”s per page, but actually justifies this extravagance.

For sheer hilarity, All About cannot be beaten. It deserves to be reprinted a thousand times over. "All About H. Hatterr" is a classic novel by G. Desani chronicling the adventures of an Anglo-Malay man in search of wisdom and enlightenment.

"As far back as in ," Desani later wrote, "I said H. Hatterr was a portrait of a man, the common vulgar species, found everywhere, both in the East and in the West".

Home» India» G V Desani» All About H. Hatterr. G V Desani: All About H. Hatterr. If we judge this book by its supporters, it would be one of the best-known books around.

Supporters include Salman Rushdie, who compared Desani to Laurence Sterne and said that Hatterr’s dazzling, puzzling, leaping prose is the first genuine effort to go beyond the Englishness of the English. Tag: All About H. Hatterr A Forgotten Indian Masterpiece: All About H.

Hatterr by G.V. Desani On Ap Ap By Anirban Nanda In Book Review, English Lit Talks, Experience with a Book, Uncategorized 4 Comments. After being turned down by more than a few publishers, and copy edited and corrected more than a few times, All About Mr.

Hatterr, as it was originally named, was copyrighted and published in by Francis Aldor. The book was an immediate sensation and attended with rave reviews. Hatterr was also very favorably received in the U.S.

and India. All About H. Hatterr was published in England in and was one of the best-selling books of the year. Settling in India in, Desani began a life of near seclusion which was to last for more than a decade. During this period, he spent time in Buddhist mones-taries and studied yoga and Hindu and Buddhist scriptures.

All About H. Hatterr (Book): Desani, G. V.: Wildly funny and wonderfully bizarre, All About H. Hatterr is one of the most perfectly eccentric and strangely absorbing works modern English has produced.

Hatterr is the son of a European merchant officer and a lady from Penang who has been raised and educated in missionary schools in Calcutta.

50 Writers, 50 Books: All About H Hatterrji (From 50 Writers, 50 Books, edited by Pradeep Sebastian and Chandra Siddan, HarperCollins. I wrote this for Pradeep back inwhen he called very excited about the idea of an anthology where writers from across (and outside) the country would talk about their favourite books, characters, landscapes.

G.V. Desani's All About H. Hatterr occupies a strange place in the canon (if there is such a thing) of Indian writing in English. One hears of writers who love it - Salman Rushdie is quoted at length on the back of my copy - but really, hardly anyone has read it, it's close to impossible to find, and most people have never heard of it.

All About H. Hatterr is a classic novel by G. Desani chronicling the adventures of an Anglo-Malay man in search of wisdom and enlightenment. "As far back as in ," Desani later wrote, "I said H. Hatterr was a portrait of a man, the common vulgar species, found everywhere, both in the East and in the West".

ALL ABOUT H. HATTERR. New York: Farrar, Straus and Young, First U.S. edition, revised from the original UK edition. A cult novel considered by many a Author: G. Desani. External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified one external link on All About H.

take a moment to review my you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information. I made the following changes.G.V. Desani’s All About H. Hatterr. This book is near the top of my list of books that must not be allowed to disappear.

I am very grateful that other, more powerful, people are concerned about it as well. The pyrotechnics and word-juggling of Mr. Rushdie come hugely from this book—by Rushdie’s own admission.Hatterr made grand fun of all manner of social structure, stricture, status, religious instruction, spiritualists, and language itself: English, its bastardized stepchild Indian-English (Babu), Sanskrit and Hindi.

Yet the book also offered glimpses of a man seeking to interpret the human condition — despite its obvious shortcomings — as.