The Sword and the Sickle
|Author||Mulk Raj Anand|
|Preceded by||Across the Black Waters|
|Followed by||The Private Life of an Indian Prince|
The Sword and the Sickle is a novel by Mulk Raj Anand first published in 1942. Like his other novels, this one also deals with the topic of social and political structures, specifically, the rise of Communism. The title for the book was given to Anand by George Orwell. The novel was in keeping with British and American writings of the time. The book was the final part of the trilogy that included The Village and Across the Black Waters.
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