Narayan Gangopadhyay wrote the Bangla Galpo Bichitra PDF.
Book – Bangla Galpo Bichitra,
Author – Narayan Gangopadhyay,
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Author Narayan Gangopadhyay has written the book Bangla Galpo Bichitra.
Narayan Gangopadhyay is one of the shining stars of Bengali literature. There are many exemplary works that have brightened the face of Bengali literature through his writings. His stories, novels, romances, etc. are well known to the readers of Bengali literature. In this book, he has tried to show the variants of Bengali short stories based on 7 ancient, old and modern fiction writers.
Only these seven below represent the Bengali story writers. The author’s statement is never that he has only discussed about 7 people. He has had beautiful discussions with these writers from different angles. Therefore, there is no doubt that this book will be acceptable to every reader, student and researcher. The author published this book in February 1958.
The seven authors discussed by the author in this book are Trailokyanath Mukhopadhyay, Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee, Parashuram, Premendra Mitra, Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay, Manik Banerjee and Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay.
Each of the above authors is well known to the readers of Bengali literature. Troilakyanath Mukherjee will be present today and in the future for his novel Kankavati. The feature of this novel is its uniqueness. No such novel has been written in Bengali before. And doubt whether it will happen later. This child-pleasing, allegorical-religious novel has excelled in metaphorical metaphors, sharp mindset in critique of society and life, and humor in simple and succinct language.
From the poet Rabindranath Tagore to the common Bengali reader, everyone has tasted the juice equally. Determined from the source of love of life, this Kankavati has set a standard of innocent and pure humor in Bengali literature. All the qualities of Kankavati are reflected in the short stories of Trailokyanath.
We see two eras of Bengali in the literary creation of Trailokyanath. Reformation of ancient Bengali fairy tales of love, bizarre fantasies and mystery stories continues even in Trailokyanath Mukhopadhyay.
Again, it can be seen that the author has beautifully presented in this book a discussion of various incidents on the style of writing of Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee. It can be said that Prabhat Kumar Mukherjee was the most popular writer of Bengali literature at least four decades ago. The great rise of Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay is a measure of fame in his novels, but until his death in 1338, he continued to enjoy unparalleled popularity in the field of short stories.
Most of Rabindranath’s wonder stories have already been published, but their reading is not extensive either. The stories and other works written by Prabhat Kumar Mukhopadhyay are a unique example of Bengali literature. Higher education and acquaintance with foreign literature helped in composing his story.
His mental anguish and aversion to high society, on the one hand, bears the mark of extreme craftsmanship, and on the other hand, we see a healthy, vigorous and lively maps. The open wilderness, the vast expanse of hunting, the primitive strength of the Normandy farmer, the struggle of the common man for life, or the wild love of the desert, has brought a rustic vibrancy to Mapasan literature. Rajshekhar Basu (Parashuram) has also been beautifully analyzed, criticized and discussed.
In a word, the author has discussed this book in a beautiful way by seven authors. The PDF file of the book is given on this web page thinking that this book will be considered as a unique book by the readers.
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