Bromfield, Louis. (©1937) The rains came :a novel of modern India New York : Grosset & Dunlap,MLA Citation
Bromfield, Louis. The Rains Came: A Novel Of Modern India. New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1937. Print.
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The rains came : a novel of modern India /
by Louis Bromfield.
|Main Author:||Bromfield, Louis|
|Published:||New York : Grosset & Dunlap, ©1937.|
|Regions:||India - Fiction. | India.|
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|008||750930s1937 nyu 000 1 eng d|
|100||1 |aBromfield, Louis,|d1896-1956.|
|245||14|aThe rains came :|ba novel of modern India /|cby Louis Bromfield.|
|260|||aNew York :|bGrosset & Dunlap,|c©1937.|
|300|||a597 pages ;|c21 cm|
|520|||aIn the town of Ranchipur, four people find their lives become entwined by unexpected feelings and events they cannot control. Tom Ransome, son of an English earl, is living a painter's life. He is pursued by a flirtatious young English girl who adores him. Lady Esketh is a beautiful bored sophisticate and Tom's former girlfriend. And Major Rama is the dedicated Hindu surgeon who captures her heart. When a catastrophic earthquake and flood bring disaster to India, all.|
|520|||aTheir lives are forever transformed by the striking clash between good and evil, duty and forbidden love.|