Books and Authors for CLAT

Books and Authors for CLAT

N

Nana Emile Zola
Never At Home Dom Moraes
New Dimensions of India’s Foreign Policy A.B. Vajpayee
Nice Guys Finish Second  B.K. Nehru
Nineteen Eighty Four George Orwell
No Full Stops in India Mark Tully

 

O

O Jerusalem Larry Collins & Dominique Lapierre
Oliver Twist Charles Dickens
On The Threshold of Hope Pope John Paull ll
One Hundred Years of Solitude Gabriel Garcia Marquez
One World and India Arnold Toynbee
One World Wendelll Wilkie
Operation Shylock Philip Roth
Othello William Shakespeare
Our Films, Their Films Satyajit Ray
Out of Africa Isak Dinesen

P

Painter of Signs R.K. Narayan
Pakistan Cut to Size D.R. Mankekar
Pakistan The Gathering Storm Beriazir Bhutto
Pale Blue Dot Carl Sagan
Panchatantra Vishnu Sharma
Paradise Lost John Milton
Pather Panchali Bibhuti Bhushan
People Like Us Pavan Varma
Plain Speaking N. Chandrababu Naidu
Pleading Guitty Scott Turow
Portrait of India Ved Mehta
Post Office Rabindra Nath Tagore
Prelude William Wordsorth
Preoccupations Seamus Heanney
Present at the Creation Dean Acheson
Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen
Prince Niccolo Machiavelli
Prison Diary Jayaprakash Narayan
Private Lives Noel Coward
Profiles in Courage John F. Kennedy
Pygmalion George Bernard Shaw

R

Rabbit, Run John Updike
Rangbhoomi Prem Chand
Rape of Bangladesh Anthony Mascarenhas
Ravan & Eddie Kiran Nagarkar
Rebel, The Albert Camus
Red Badge of Courage Stephen Crane
Red Earth and Pouring Rain Vikram Chandra
Red Star Over China Edgar Snow
Reflections on the French Revolution Edmund Burke
Remembering Babylon David Malouf
Rendezvous with Rama Arthur C. Clark
Revolution from Within Gloria Steinem
Riding the Storm Harold Macmillan
Riot: A Novel Shashi Tharoor
Rise and Fall of the Third Reich William L. Shierer
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
Romeo and Juliet William Shakespeare
Room at the Top John Braine

S

Saket Maithili Sharan Gupta
Sanctuary William Faulkner
Scam, The: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away Debashis Basu and Sucheta Dalal
Scarlet Letter Nathanniel Hawthome
Seven Lamps of Architecture John Ruskin
Seven Summers Mulk Raj –Anand
Shadow from Ladakh Bhavani Bhattacharya
Shape of Things to Come H.G. Wells
She Stoops to Conquer Oliver Goldsmith
Siddharta Hermann Hesse
Silent Spring Reachel Carson
Small is Beautiful A study of Economics as if People Mattered Emst Schumacher
Snakes and Ladders Essays on India Gita Mehta
Snow Country Yasunari Kawabata
Sohrab and Rustam Mathew Arnold
Sons and Lovers D.H. Lawrence
Stupid White Men Michael Moore
Sun Stone Octavio Paz
Sunny Days Sunil Gavaskar
Swami and Friends R.K. Nrayan

T

Talisman Sir Walter Scott
Tarzan of the Apes Edgar Rice Burroughs
Tempest William Shakespeare
Thank You, Jeeves P.G. Wodehouse
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Arthur Conan Doyle
The Affuent Society John Kenneth Galbraith
The Age of Reason Jean Paul Sartre
The Agenda Bob Woodward
The Agony and the Ecstasy Irving Stone
The Ambassadors Henry James
The Banyan Tree Hugh Tinker
The Best and the Brightest David Halberstam
The Better Man Anita Nair
The Bride’s Book of Beauty Mulk Raj Anand
The Cancer Ward Alexander Solzhenitsyn
The Call of the Wild Jack London
The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer
The Captive of the Caucasus Alexander Pushkin
The Cardinal Henry Morton Robinson
The Caretaker Harold Pinters
The Castle Franz Kafka
The Changing World of the Executive Peter Drucker
The Civil War Shelby Foote
The Clown Heinrich Boll
The Coup John Updike
The Court Dancer Rabindra Nath Tagore
The Crucible Arthur Miller
The Death of Vishnu Mani Suri
The Degeneration of India T.N. Seshan
The Diary of a Young Giri Anne Frank
The Double Helix James D. Watson
The End of a Beautiful Era Joseph Brodsky
The End of History and the Last Man Francis Fukuyama
The Excutioner’s Song Norman Mailer
The Eye of the Storm Patrick White
The Far Pavilions M.M. Kaye
The Feminine Mystique Betty Friedan
The Fifth Horseman Larry Collins and Domnique Lapierre
The Fire Next Time James Baldwin
The Forbidden Sea Tara Ali Baig
The Fury Salman Rushdie
The Ginger Man J.P. Donleavy
The Glass Palace Amitav Ghosh
The God of Small Things Arundhati Roy
The Godfather Mario Puzo
The Golden Gate Vikram Seth
The Grapes and the Wind Pablo Neruda
The Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck
The Great Vhallenge Louis Fischer
The Great Indian Novel Shashi Tharoor
The Guns of August Barbara Tuchman
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter Carson McCullers
The Hitchhiker’s Gulde to the Galaxy Douglas Adams
The Horse Whisperer Nicholas Evans
The Green Knight Iris Murdoch
The Heart of the Matter Graham Greene
The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde
The Interpreter of Maladies Jhumpa Lahiri
The Interpreters Wole Soyinka
The Invisible Man Ralph Eillison
The Juge Steve Martini
The Judgement Kuldip Nayar
The Last Temptation of Christ Kazant Zakis
The Legends of Khasak O.V. Vijayan
The Making of a Midsummer Night’s Dream David Selboume
The Mandarin Simon de Beauvoir
The Masters C.P. Snow
The Men Who killed Gandhi Manohar Malgaonkar
The Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare
The Middle Ground Margaret Drabble
The Mind of the C.E.O. Jeffrey E. Garten
The Minister’s Wife Amaresh Mishra
The Miser Moliere
The Moor’s Last Sing Salman Rushdie
The Old Man and  the Sea Ernest Hemingway
The Origin of Species Charles Darwin
The Pickwick Papers Charles Dickens
The Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan
The Power and the Glory Graham Greene
The Power of Positive Thinking Norman Vincent Peale
The Private Life of Chairman Mao Dr. Li Zhisui
The Proper study of Mankind Isaiah Berlin
The Rain King Saul Bellow
The Rape of the Lock Alexander Pope
The Return of the Native Thomas Hardy
The Road Ahead Bill Gates
The Robe Lloyd C. Douglas
The Roots Alex Haley
The Satanic Verses Salman Rushdie
The Second World War Winston Churchill
The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success Deepak Chopra
The Social Contract Rousseau
The Songs of India Sarojini Naidu
The Sound and the Fury William Faulkner
The Story of My Experiments with Truth Mahatma Gandhi
The Strange and Sublime Address Amit Chaudhari
The Struggle and the Triumph Lech Walesa
The Struggle in My Life Nelson Mandela
The Sword and the Sickle Mulk Raj Anand
The Testament John Grisham
The Third Wave Alvin Tofler
The Total Zone Martina Navaratilova
The Tree of Man Patrick White
The Trial Franz Kafka
The Unfurnished Man Nizzim Ezekiel
The Vendor of Sweets R.K. Narayan
The Wasteland T.S. Eliot
The Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
Theory of War John Brady
Thirteenth Sun The Amrita Pritam
Thorn Birds Collen McCullough
Thousand Cranes Yasunari Kawabata
Time Machine H.G. Wells
Tin Drum Gunther Grass
Tom Jones Henry Fielding
To the Lighthouse Virginia Woolf
Train to Pakistan Khushwant Singh
Treasure Island Robert Louis Stevenson
Tropic of Cancer Henry Miller
Tryst with Destiny S. Gopalan
Twelfth Night W. Shakespeare
Two Leaves and a Bud Mulk Raj Anand

U

Ulysses James Joyce
Under the Net Iris Murdoch
Unsafe at Any Speed Ralph Nader
Unto The Last John Ruskin
Untold Story General B. M. Kaul
Up from Slavery Booker T. Washington
Utopia Thomas Moore

V

Valley of the Dolls Jacqueline  Susann
Vanity Fair William Thackeray

W

Waiting for Godot Samuel Beckett
Waiting for the Mahatma R. K. Narayan
Wake Up India Annie Besant
War and Peace Leo Tolstoy
Westward Ho Charles Kingsley
What they don’t teach you at Harvard Business School Mark H. Mc Cormack
Who is Kalam? R. Ramanathan
Who moved my cheese? Dr. Spencer Johnson
Wings of Fair A.P.J.  Abdul Kalam
Winter Solstice Rosamunde Pilcher
Witness to an Era Frank Moraes
Woman in Love D.H. Lawrence
World Within Worlds Stephen Spender
Wuthering Heights Emily Bronte

Y

Yayati V. S. Khandekar
Year of the Upheaval Henry Kissinger
Yesterday and Today K. P. S. Menon
You Can Win Shin Khera

 

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