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Twenty-Two Malaysian Stories (Writing In Asia)

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Return to Malaya / Lee Kok Liang --
A common story / Kassim Ahmad --
A question of dowry / Siew Yue Killingley --
A family quarrel / Yap Kok Keong --
Tricked again / Lim Beng Hap --
It's all in a dream / Lee Kok Liang --
Inheritance / S. Kon --
When the saints go marching / Lee Kok Liang --
Just a girl / Lee Kok Liang --
Journey / Shirley Lim --
A new sensation / Awang Ked
Paperback, 236 pages
Published June 1st 1968 by Heinemann Educational Books (Asia)
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Twenty-two Malaysian stories : an anthology of writing in English by Lloyd Fernando (1968)
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Lloyd Fernando was born in Kandy, Sri Lanka in 1926, and migrated to Singapore with his family in 1938. After obtaining his PhD in Literature in English from Leeds University, he served as Head of the English Department at the University of Malaya from 1967 to 1978, then took an early retirement at 52 to study Law in London. Fernando was admitted as Advocate and Solicitor of the High Court of Mala ...more
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