Tales from Modern India: An anthology by the students of Delhi University ("Popular Indian Fiction")

Tales from Modern India An anthology by the students of Delhi University Popular Indian Fiction Tales from Modern India is a vivid collection of ten short stories exploring themes such as sanity and insanity understanding of right and wrong and inquiry of the self Some stories expound the theme

  • Title: Tales from Modern India: An anthology by the students of Delhi University ("Popular Indian Fiction")
  • Author: Jyoti Singh Azharuddin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tales from Modern India is a vivid collection of ten short stories exploring themes such as sanity and insanity, understanding of right and wrong and inquiry of the self Some stories expound the theme of familial bonding while others notice the ironies entrenched in the promise of a democratic state In this volume you will encounter the inner conflicts of a young woman Tales from Modern India is a vivid collection of ten short stories exploring themes such as sanity and insanity, understanding of right and wrong and inquiry of the self Some stories expound the theme of familial bonding while others notice the ironies entrenched in the promise of a democratic state In this volume you will encounter the inner conflicts of a young woman, scientific and philosophical questions related to the mystery of death, a journey through the consciousness of a lonely man, the tragedy of an aspiring writer and the multiple perplexities and confusions that dot our very existence It is not often that one encounters a group of writers trained as critics who are capable of a fluency of language and mastery of expression even as they write intense, probing and self conscious fiction These stories will form an integral part of contemporary literature, as understood by readers, thinking and living in our times List 1 Stories, Life and Coffee by Ritwick Bhattarcharya 2 The Ending by Somesh Kumar 3 An Affair with a Pseudonym by Jyoti Kumari 4 Tragedy of a Writer by Azharuddin 5 The Mystery by Pragya Mukherjee 6 The Image in the Mirror by Saumya Lal 7 Bondage by Asmita Sarkar 8 Indelible Ink by Ravi 9 Beautiful Remains by Tanvi Berwah 10 The Insane Woman by Aditi Arora

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    1. Loved reading this book on short stories by the young writers of Delhi University. The short stories were all neatly written and provided class and variety. I especially liked the story "An affair with a Pseudonym a lot, and the way the story went ahead with changing pencil sketches of the narrator. Kudos. I wish Delhi University roll more such talent out.

    2. The stories are nice, and of different kind. Enjoyed.Indelible Ink : this story I didn't get. read twice, still nothing :|

    3. All the stories are nicely written and are very different from each other. I liked all of them but The Mystery was my favourite as it addresses the question which all of us have in our mind.

    4. I picked this book up because I wanted to read short stories set in contemporary India written by Indian authors. All the authors in this book are students of Delhi University as of 2014-15.The good thing about the book is that it over-delivers for the price (I paid about 10c on for the Kindle version) and has a good variety in terms of the style of writing, the story setting, and the length. Although some stories disappointed me, most were okay reads. Nothing very memorable that stays with me [...]

    5. I liked the anthology. It was an eclectic grex of stories. Some were exquisitely written stories with simple premises, while some others had unique plotlines. I liked almost all the stories. The book is a short but thoroughly compelling read.I highly recommend these stories-Stories, Life and Coffee by Ritwick Bhattarcharya,The Mystery by Pragya Mukherjee,The Image in the Mirror by Saumya Lal,Beautiful Remains by Tanvi Berwah andThe Insane Woman by Aditi Arora.

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