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Bāṃlā upanyāsa

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      • In Bengali; includes passages in English.

        StatementAkshara Prakāśanī
        PublishersAkshara Prakāśanī
        LC Classifications2009
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
        Number of Pages54
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

        Articles on the novels of some 20th century Bengali authors. File Size: 6MB.

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; 22 cm Authors: Catalog. His novel Panna Holo Sobuj depicted urban middle-class life. Once completed, the library will be a compilation of all known resources on Partition managed by a team of volunteer staff and interns, and kept updated through your contributions. Pakhir Gaan Boner Chhaya Bird Songs Forest Shades, 1970• The second, third and fourth chapter narrate the same story from his father, mother and brother's perspectives.

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Kokhon Ke Jane Who Knows When, 1995• The first chapter is written from that Bilu's perspective, where he narrates his own life and experiences. It is a semi-autobiographical novel Bāṃlā upanyāsa it is set the 1940s's during the Quit India Movement. Ekoda Ek Bosonte Once in Spring Time, 1984• Contact us with your suggestions and help develop this citizen-powered library.

It also tells the inhuman trials and tortures he faced. He lives inand has been for a few years.

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Dudondo Shanti Moments of Peace, 1971• Panna Holo Sobuj Emerald Green, 1964• During India's freedom movement Bilu, an Indian revolutionary is sentenced to death. In 2008, a play adapted from his novel Bhetorer Manush was screened on. The novel starts in the jail custody at the last night before the convict is to be hanged.

The novel is written in first-person Bāṃlā upanyāsa, but from four different people's point of view.