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Good Night Mr. Kissinger and Other Stories / গুড নাইট মিঃ কিসিঞ্জার এন্ড আদার স্টোরিজ
Good Night Mr. Kissinger and Other Stories By:Other Book Type: Essays
  বইটি কিনতে ফোন করুন
Book Code 17281
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
Book Type Essays [+]
Published January, 2013
ISBN 9789845061179
Page 192
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 570.00
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Crugo By:Muhammed Zafar Iqbal S02:Eksathe Dui By:Iqbal Alamgir Kabir Class IV  Mathematics By:NCTB Authors Class IV Bangla By:NCTB Authors Class V Social Science By:NCTB Authors


S02:Eksathe Dui

Class IV Mathematics

Class IV Bangla

Class V Social Science
Crowded and disordered, the city of Dhaka, routinely deals out unexpected blows, setbacks, and isolation as well as success and epiphany to its denizens, some of whom populate this collection of nine stories. The city comes of age over the course of these tales, from its sleepy start as a provincial capital to the great, dysfunctional megalopolis it is today. So, too, the ages of the city are mirrored by the characters of these stories who face youthful challenges to love and ambition as well as more mature pressures and disappointments.“Chameli” follows a young boy as he falls for a neighborhood Punjabi girl in 1970, while “Losing Ayesha” explores tests of young love that endure into adulthood. Dhaka's darker side emerges when an out-of-work accountant accidentally triggers a mob beating, and returning expatriate struggles to reconcile himself to what the city has become in his absence. In the title story, a Bengali waiter with a violent past is tempted to take revenge on an elder statesman. Perhaps a cautionary parable of the city’s rise, the final story takes place as a business tycoon turns sixty and contemplates why there is no one but himself to organize the birthday party.Severed connections and the subsequent longing for understanding and unity are at the heart of this moving set of stories that will resonate long after the last page has been turned. Employing spare but precise language that recalls Naipaul and Coetzee and vivid evocations akin to Vargas Lllosa and Bolaño, these stories mark the debut of a strong new talent in the burgeoning scene of English writing in Bangladesh.
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