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by Misra Subimal
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The stories in The Golden Gandhi Statue from America are Misra's earliest works, from the late 1960s . One question remains. The publication in English of The Golden Gandhi Statue from America will probably propel Subimal Misra to a celebrity he has derided throughout his career.
The stories in The Golden Gandhi Statue from America are Misra's earliest works, from the late 1960s and early 1970s, but the tone is clear. He is at war not only against the literary establishment and literary convention, but the conventions of a self-satisfied society as a whole. His enemy is the belching babu who takes to literature before his Sunday afternoon nap, savouring a sweet story to read in repose. What will happen then, when his cult becomes conventionally cool?
The Vodafone Crossword Book Award 2010 was declared on 2nd .
The Vodafone Crossword Book Award 2010 was declared on 2nd September 2011 at The Tata Theatre, NCPA - Mumbai. The shortlisted Books in this category are: 1 The Golden Gandhi Statue from America -Early Stories by Subimal Misra, Translated by V Ramaswamy - Harper Collins India 2 Manasarovar by Ashokamitran, Translated by N. Kalyan Raman - Penguin Books India 3 This is not that Dawn by Yashpal, Translated by Anand - Penguin Books India 4 Litanies of Dutch battery by N. S. Madhavan, Translated by.
The Golden Gandhi Statue From America. The early stories of Subimal Misra took the Bengali literary world by storm upon their publication in the late 1960s. An unemployed young man is invited to his lover's wedding and decides to gift her a bottle of his own blood. Rumours of a great big flood or the end of days or a rebellion of refugees in Calcutta fly through the country. Distinct from the conventional modes of storytelling that preceded him, Misra's pieces are more anti-stories than stories, a montage of images that flow into each other and tell a tale with greater power and urgency than narrative fiction.
SUBIMAL MISRA is a retired schoolteacher who lives alone in a flat on. .early writings, which were published in 2010 as The Golden Gandhi Statue from America.
SUBIMAL MISRA is a retired schoolteacher who lives alone in a flat on Kolkata’s southern edge. For the past five decades, he has written stories for Bengali little magazines, including Kabitirtha, Bigyapan Parba and Jari Bobajuddho.
Subimal Misra (born 1943) is a Bengali novelist, short story writer and essayist. He is known as a maverick and audacious experimentalist in contemporary Bengali literature. Many of contemporary writers are Misra's fans and inspired by Misra's writings. Misra is recognized as the most important writer in Bengali in the field of little magazine. Subimal Misra started his literary career at the end of 1967.