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List of Important Books And Authors For Competitive Exams (SSC CGL/Bank/Railway)

Famous Books And Authors

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Famous Books and Authors

List of Important Books And Authors List:

Here in this below stated table we have provided world’s most famous books and their author’s name; you must check it as it is very important part for preparing in competitive examination. Please have a look:

Books Authors
A Bunch of Old Letters Jawaharlal Nehru
Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Arthur Conan Doyle
Adhe Adhure Mohan Rakesh
A Week with Gandhi Louis Fischer
A China Passage J.K. Galbraith
Aesop’s Fables Aesop
A Farewell to Arms Ernest Hemingway
A Midsummer Night’s Dream William Shakespeare
A Million Mutinies, Now V.S. Naipal
An iron Will Swett Marden
A Pair of Blue Eyes Thomas Hardy
A Passage to India E.M. Forster
A Prisoner’s Scrapbook L.K. Advani
A Season of Ghosts Ruskin Bond
A Suitable Boy Vikram Seth
A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens
A Village by the Sea Anita Desai
A Voice for Freedom Nayantara Sehgal
Aenied Virgil
Against the Tide Minoo Masani
Age of Reason Jean Paul Sartre
A Dangerous Place Daniel Patrik Moyihan
A Haunted House Virginia Woolf
Agni Veena Kazi Nazrul Islam
Amar Kosha Amar Singh
Anand Math Bankim Chandra Chatterje
A Story of History Arnold Toynbee
Avanti Sundari Dandi
Autobiography Jawaharlal Nehru
As You Like It W. Shakespeare
Between the Lines Kuldeep Nayyar
Bhagwad Gita Maharshi Ved Vyas
Black Wednesday Promila Kalhan
Bubble Mulk Raj Anand
Buddha Charitam Ashvaghosh
Bal Gitayan D.P. Maheshwari
Bitter Sweet Noel Coward
Blind Beauty Boris Pasternak
Broken Wings Sarojini Naidu
Canterbury Tales Chaucer
Chidambara Sumitra Nandan Pant
Chitralekha Bhagwati Charan Verma
City of Joy Dominique Lapierre
Confessions of a Lover Mulk Raj Anand
Comedy of Errors Shakespeare
Communist Manifesto Karl Marx
Comus John Milton
Confidential Clerk T.S. Eliot
Coolie Mulk Raj Anand
Count of Monte Cristo Alexander Dumas
Childe Harold Lord Byron
Chittirappavai P.V. Akhilandam
Degeneration of India T.N. Seshan
Devdas Sharat Chandra
Divine Comedy Dante
Discovery of India Jawaharlal Nehru
Don Ouixote Cervantes
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde R.L. Stevenson
Dash Kumar Charitam Dandi
Dark Room, The R.K. Narayan
Debacle Emile Zola
Diana, The True Story A. Morton
Deserted Village Goldsmith
Distant Drums Manohar Malgaonkar
Emma Jane Austen
Ends and Means Aldous Huxley
Essays of Elia Charles Lamb
Emperor Jones, The Eugene O’ Neill
Essays on Gita Sri Aurbindo Ghosh
Every Man a King Swett Marden
Father and Sons Ivan Turganev
Faust Goethe
For Whom the Bell Tolls Ernest Hemingway
Flames from the Ashes P.D. Tandon
Friends, Not Masters Ayub Khan
Gathering Storm Winston Churchill
Geet Govind Jaya Dev
Ghasiram Kotwal Vijay Tendulkar
Gitanjali R.N. Tagore
Gita Rahasya Bal Gangadhar Tilak
Glimpses of World History J.L. Nehru
Godan Premchand
God Father, The Mario Puzo
Grapes of Wrath John Steinbeck
Great Tragedy Z.A. Bhutto
Guide, The R.K. Narayan
Hamlet William Shakespeare
Harsha Charit Bana Bhatt
Heat and Dust Ruth Prawar Jhabwala
Himalayan Blunders Brig. J.P. Dalvi
House Divided Pearl S. Buck
Idle Hours R.K. Laxman
Idols Sunil Gavaskar
Idylls of the King Lord, Alfred Tennyson
If I am Assassinated Z.A. Bhutto
Isabela Keats
Illiad Homer
Inside the C.B.I. Joginder Singh
India Divided Rajendra Prasad
India Wins Freedom Maulana Azad
Indian War of Independence V.D. Savarkar
Jean Christopher Romian Rolland
Judgement, The Kuldip Nayyar
Julius Caesar William Shakespeare
Jurassic Park Michael Chrichton
Kadambari Bana Bhatt
Kagaz Te Kanwas Amrita Pritam
Kamayani Jay Shankar Prasad
Kamasutra S.H. Vatsayayan
Kaya Kulp Premchand
King Lear W. Shakespeare
Lajja Tasleem Nasreen
Lady Chhatterley’s Lover D.H. Lawrence
Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman
Life Divine Sri Aurbindo
Living History Hillary Rodham Clinton
Living with Honour Shiv Khera
Lolita Vladimir Nobokov
Long Walk to Freedom Nelson Mandela
Less Miserable Victor Hugo
Macbeth Shakespeare
Madhushala Harivansh Rai ‘Bachchan’
Mahabharata Maharshi Ved Vyas
Major Barbara G.B. Shaw
Malti Madhav Bhavbhuti
Malvikagnimitra Kalidas
Man and Superman G.B. Shaw
Meghdoot Kalidas
Men Who Killed Gandhi Manohar Magaonkar
Merchant of Venice Shakespeare
Middle March George Eliot
Midnight Children Salman Rushdie
Mother Maxim Gorky
Mudra Rakshasa Vishakha Datt
Murder in the Cathedral T.S. Eliot
My Experiments with Truth Gandhi
Nana Emile Zola
Natya Shastra Bharat Muni
Netaji Dead or Alive Samar Guha
Nine Days’ Wonder John Mansfield
Ninteen Eighty Four George Orwell
O’ Jeruselam L. Collins and D. Lapierre
Odyssey Homer
Old Man and the Sea Ernest Hemingway
Of Human Bondage Somerset Maugham
Our India Minoo Masani
Out of Dust F.D. Karaka
On Contradiction Mao-Tse-Tung
Pakistan, The Gathering Storm Behazir Bhutto
Panchatantra Vishnu Sharma
Pather Panchali Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyaya
Peace has no Alternative Mikhail Gorbachev
Pickwick Papers Charles Dickens
Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan
Prathma Pratishruti Ashapoorna Devi
Price and Prejudice Jane Austin
Prince Machiaveli
Peter Pan J.M. Barrie
Principia Isaac Newton
Raghuvansha Kalidasa
Rajtaringini Kalhan
Ram Charit Manas Tulsidas
Ramayana Valmiki
Rangbhoomi Premchand
Ratnavali Harshavardhan
Robaiyat Omar Khayyam
Robinson Crusoe Daniel Defoe
Rugby Chapel Mathew Arnold
Saket Maithili Sharan Gupta
Satanic Verses Salman Rushdie
Satyarth Prakash Swami Dayanand
Shakuntalam Kalidas
Shahnama Firdausi
Social Contract Rousseau
Sursagar Surdas
Sakharam Binder Vijay Tendulkar
Testament of Beauty Robert Bridges
The Blind Assassin Margaret Atwood
The Emperor’s New Suit Hans Chrishtian Anderson
Three Musketeers Alexander Dumas
The Otherness of Self Feroz Varun Gandhi
The Elephant Paradigm Gurcharan Das
The Affluent Society J.K. Galbraith
The God of Small Things Arundhati Roy
The Inheritance of Loss Anita Desai
The Legacy of Nehru K. Natwar Singh
Tom Jones Henry Fielding
Treasure Island R.L. Stevenson
Trail of Jesus John Masefield
Uncle Tom’s Cabin Mrs. Haraiet Stowe
Unhappy India Lajpat Rai
Utopia Tomas Moor
Unto The Last John Ruskin
Untold Story B.M. Kaul
Urvashi Ram Dhari Singh Dinkar
Uttara Ram Charita Bhav Bhuti
Universe Around Us James Jeans
Vanity Fair Thackeray
Victim, The Saul Bellow
Village, The Mulk Raj Anand
Vinay Patrika Tulsidas
Voskresenia Leo Tolstoy
War and Peace Tolstoy
Wealth of Nations Adam Smith
We Indians Khushwant Singh
Waiting for God Thomas Becket
Wings of Fire Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Yama Mahadevi Verma
Yashodhara Maithili Sharan Gupta
Zulfi, My Friend Piloo Mody
Zhivago, Dr. Boris Pasternak

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Famous Books And Authors Quiz With Answers:

Candidates, who are going to appear for competitive examination for SSC CGL/Bank/Railway, may check all these important questions prescribed below:

1. Who wrote the famous book – ‘We the people’?

  1. N.Kaul
  2. R.D. Tata
  3. Khushwant Singh
  4. Nani Palkhivala

Answer: Option 4

2. Who is the author of the book ‘Nineteen Eighty Four’?

  1. Thomas Hardy
  2. Emile Zola
  3. George Orwell
  4. Walter Scott

Answer: Option 3

3. Which of the following is NOT written by Munshi Premchand?

  1. Gaban
  2. Godan
  3. Guide
  4. Manasorovar

Answer: Option 3

4. Who is the author of the book ‘Forbidden Verses’?

  1. Salman RushDie
  2. Abu Nuwas
  3. Taslima Nasrin
  4. H. Lawrence

Answer: Option 2

5. The lead character in the film ‘The Bandit Queen’ has been played by

  1. Rupa Ganguly
  2. Seema Biswas
  3. Pratiba Sinha
  4. Shabama Azmi

Answer: Option 2

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6. Which of the following books has been written by Vikram Seth?

  1. My God Died Young
  2. Islamic Bomb
  3. Look Back in Anger
  4. A Suitable Boy

Answer: Option 4

7. Who wrote the line: ‘ A thing of beauty is a joy forever’?

  1. John Keats
  2. Robert Browing
  3. B.Shelley
  4. William Wordsworth

Answer: Option 1

8. Who has written the book ‘My Frozen Turbulence in Kashmir’?

  1. Anees Jung
  2. Jagmohan
  3. J.Akbar
  4. Nissim Ezekiel

Answer: Option 2

9. The book ‘To Live or Not Live’ was written by

  1. S. Naipaul
  2. Alexandra Dumas
  3. George Elliot
  4. Nirad C. Chaudhuri

Answer: Option 4

10. In India the first television programme was broadcasted in

  1. 1959
  2. 1965
  3. 1976
  4. 1957

Answer: Option 1

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11. ‘A Voice for Freedom’ is a book written by

  1. Corazon Aquino
  2. Nayantara Sahgal
  3. Aung San Suu Kyi
  4. Benazir Bhutto

Answer: Option 2

12. Who is the father of English Poetry?

  1. Milton
  2. Wordsworth
  3. Chaucer
  4. Charles Dickens

Answer: Option 3

13. The popular TV serial ‘Neem ka Ped’ was written by

  1. Rahi Masoom Raza
  2. Sharad Joshi
  3. Ashapurna Devi
  4. Harivansh Rai Bachachan

Answer: Option 1

14. Who wrote ‘War and Peace’?

  1. Leo Tolstoy
  2. Mahatma Gandhi
  3. Charles Dickens
  4. Kipling

Answer: Option 1

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15. Which of the book was written by Graham Greene?

  1. O’ Jerusalem
  2. The Power and Glory
  3. Crisis in India
  4. Of Human Bondage

Answer: Option 2

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