The Floating Palace
The story of The Floating Palace is a sort of fable regarding the cosmic laws that govern the environment, its diversity and the human folly that attempts to rewite the laws in its own image.
The Earth is beautiful because it supports countless diverse species of animals and colours of Nature. A young king tries to control the environment and learns his lesson. He also learns to respect the human labour that supports it.
About the Author: The author Dr. Sulekha Sharma, is a superannuated teacher of English language and literature. She taught undergraduate classes for 36 years, starting in 1956. The focus of her doctoral thesis was William Faulkner. A copy of her thesis was accepted by the library of Oxford University, Mississippi, USA. She was invited as a research scholar to the university where she spent three weeks in September 1987. She did a four-week summer course in Modern Literary Criticism and Linguistics at Harvard University in the summer of 1979.
She has done specialized courses in the teaching of English language as a foreign language from the Indian Institute of English and Foreign Languages at Hyderabad India.
She is a life member of the American Institute of Research Studies, Hyderabad, India. She lives in India and USA.
- Paperback: 52 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2020)
- Author: Dr. Sulekha Sharma
- ISBN-13: 9789389932942
- Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 1 x 21.5 cm
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