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Tag: Translation of women writers

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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Samaresh’s Life Force – Indrani Datta

Translated from the Bengali by Rituparna Mukherjee On a wintry Saturday afternoon at the beginning of 2013, in the month of January-February, commonly called Magh, Samaresh found himself acutely worried. The place where the...

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Poems by Anita Agnihotri

Anita Agnihotri’s literary oeuvre spans across all genres- poetry, novels, writing for children, and critiques of development. Her poems are translated by Moulinath Goswami.

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Li’l Scummy – Tilottoma Mojumdar

Tilottoma Mojumdar is an Indian Bengali novelist, short story writer, poet, lyricist, and essayist. Her published books include Vasudhārā, Ektara: Strains of a Lonesome String, Rri among others.

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