'Durbin' by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay
Type of Publisher : Books
Total Book Published : 61
Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay (born 2 November 1935) is a famous writer in Bengali language.His stories for younger readers are as famous as those aimed at adults.Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay was born in Bikrampur ( currently in Munshiganj District), now in Bangladesh.
He spent his childhood in Bihar and many places in Bengal and Assam accompanying his father, who worked in the railways. He passed intermediate from the Victoria College, Calcutta before taking a Masters in Bengali from the Calcutta University.Shirshendu started his career as a school teacher and is now on the staff of the Ananda Bazar Patrika at Kolkata. He is associated with a Bengali magazine called Desh.
Time is the main stream in shirshendu mokhopaddhai's writing.
"Generation gap" and the political situation of India of nineteenth century are pictured by the writer very carefully in his awesome creation "Durbin"
Durbin is a very complicated but a great novel.he creates a impression of love and a conflict between generation. Mainly the political issue is the main curry and the love thing here used as a spicy .
i enjoyed the book most and just a time i wanna be the carecter Remi or Drubo,,lol. but as a matter of fact both of them are not the protagonist but the main protagonist is krishnokanto. the noble is divided with two parts, as i mean the writer made a trick to creat a great expectation from his nobel. here you have got over 1oo parts. and the story line is not as same as seem.
the unpaired parts like 1,3,5... go the first story line and the pair parts 2,4,6.. go the second story line. as i mean if you read the first parts(1,3.5..) and finish it then you have got the second part which is continue part of first one. one another thing, the love chemestry thing really involve you in emotion.
and you got not a vast idea but a narrow idea about the freedom of India from England and the social condition, economic condition etc are inclosed with it, before or after the freedom.
Generation gap is the main stream of the second part and the first part is about the struggle and success of Sricanto.. so enjoy the book.
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