Naipaul Vidiadhar Surayprasad( Trinidad writer, one of the most famous English writers of the Caribbean)
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Naipaul, VIDIADHAR SURAYPRASAD (Naipaul, Vidiadhar Surajprasad) (p. 1932), a Trinidadian writer, one of the most famous English writers of the Caribbean. Born August 17, 1932 near Port of Spain on o.Trinidad (now the capital of the State of Trinidad and Tobago). In 1948, Trinidad and received a scholarship two years later was able to go to Oxford University. During this time, gathered local anecdotes and stories, which, along with carefully veiled autobiographical moments gave a local flavor to the first four books of his prose. Arriving in 1950 in England, Naipaul wrote stories and reviews for the Caribbean edition of BBC-si. In 1957 came his first novel "The Mysterious Masseur" (The Mystic Masseur). Was followed by the story "Voice of Elvira" (The Suffrage of Elvira, . 1958) and a collection of stories "Miguel Street" (Miguel Street, . 1959), . 1961 saw the light of the biggest and most famous novel Naipaul "House for Mr. Biswas" (A House for Mr.Biswas).,
. While continuing to develop material West Indies, Naipaul turned to other geographical latitudes and, along with prose written a number of historical works and books of travel essays, including the home of his ancestors - India
. Novels "Mr. Stone and the Knights Companions" (Mr.Stone and the Knights Companion, . 1963), . "Imitators" (The Mimic Men, . 1967) and "In limbo" (In a Free State, . 1971; Booker Prize) and the novel "flag over the island" (Flag on the Island, . 1967) pose the problem of alienation,
. Books "The Enigma of appearance" (The Enigma of Arrival, 1987) and "Way of Life" (A Way in the World, 1994) is a Romanized autobiography, developing permanent expulsion from Naipaul motives and 'home'.