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  • Letters of Blood by Rizia Rahman
    Letters of Blood (English, Paperback) Rizia Rahman

    Bengali writer Riza Rahman is the author of more than fifty novels, as well as countless short stories, set in Bangladesh and bringing to life the difficult, mostly forgotten lives of its poorest and most disadvantaged citizens. Letters of Blood is set in the often violent world of prostitution in Bangladesh. Rahman brings great sensitivity and insight to her chronicles of the lives of women...

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  • Blue Venom and Forbidden Incense by Syed Shamsul Haq
    Blue Venom and Forbidden Incense (English, Paperback) Syed Shamsul Haq

    Bangladesh in 1971 showed vividly, and terribly, the deadly effects of war. Piles of corpses, torture cells, ash and destruction everywhere in the wake of the Pakistani army's attacks on Bengali people. Blue Venom and Forbidden Incense, two novellas by Bangladeshi writer Syed Shamsul Haq, bear bleak witness to the mindless violence and death of that period. Blue Venom tells of a middle-aged middle...

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  • The Book of Dhaka by Anwara Syed Haq
    The Book of Dhaka (English, Paperback) Anwara Syed Haq, Moinul Ahsan Saber

    Dhaka is the world's tenth largest city with a population of more than 18 million people. We will bring ten unique short stories from this overwhelming, vibrant, capital city to English-reading audiences in the next installation of our popular "Reading the City" series. Dhaka is the capital city of Bangladesh, which emerged as a nation state in 1971 after a violent struggle for independence from...

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  • Very Close to Pleasure, There's a Sick Cat by Shakti Chattopadhyay
    Very Close to Pleasure, There's a Sick Cat (English, Hardback) Shakti Chattopadhyay

    In the early 1960s, the Hungry Generation revitalized Bengali poetry in Calcutta, liberating it from the fetters of scholarship and the fog of punditry and freeing it to explore new forms, language, and subjects. Shakti Chattopadhyay was a cofounder of the movement, and his poems remain vibrant and surprising more than a half century later. In his "urban pastoral" lines, we encounter street...

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  • Three Women by Rabindranath Tagore
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  • Chowringhee by Sankar
    Chowringhee (English, Paperback) Sankar

    Set in 1950s Calcutta, this is a saga of the intimate lives of managers, employees and guests at one of Calcutta's largest hotels, the Shahjahan.

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