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Tag: Sukti Sarkar

Sparrow’s Flesh – Pratibha Sarkar

Translated from the Bengali by Sukti Sarkar On days when we fussed and went to bed without eating, “you’ll lose flesh worth a sparrow from that body of yours when you wake up tomorrow,” Ma would say.Girls should not do...

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The Refugee – Debesh Roy

Debesh Roy is remembered for numerous books, including Borisaler Jogen Mondal, Manush Khun Kore Keno, Samay Asamayer Brittanto, and Lagan Gandhar. He received the Sahitya Academy award in 1990 for his epic novel Teesta Parer Brittanto.

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