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Rusty's adventures in the Doon valley and the Garhwal hills Rusty, having run away from his guardian's home, is now trying to define his identity as he lives with the Kapoor family, tutoring their son Kishen and occupying the room on the roof. Soon, he becomes close to Kishen and, in the company of Meena Kapoor, begins to come into his own as an individual.
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R usty, the Boy from the Hills is one of those books you curl up with after a long, hard day or when you need to be cheered up. This book tells the story of Rusty, an imaginative and curious boy to whom amusing things are always happening. It narrates Rusty's most exciting escapades and his development from early childhood to early teens. Ruskin Bond, the author of this book, created Rusty to spin stories about his own past; Rusty's adventures are Ruskin's own. From living with his grandparents in Dehra, surrounded by an assortment of peculiar animals, to making his way to London and fulfilling his dreams of becoming a writer, Rusty's life reflects Ruskin's life greatly. He puts his trust in friendship". Ruskin Bond was deeply attached to Dehra and most of his stories are inspired by the hills and valleys of this region.
No other form of art can capture the range and diversity of human experience the way a poem can. Within these pages, you will find Salman Rushdie is the author of thirteen previous novels - Grimus, Midnight's Children for which he won the Booker Prize and the Best of the Rusty, having run away from his guardian's home, is now trying to define his identity as he lives with the Kapoor family, tutoring their son Kishen and occupying the room on the roof. Soon, he becomes close to Kishen and, in the company of Meena Kapoor, begins to come into his own as an individual.