&Lsquo;On Reading [Shey], I Find It Is Not Just For Children But For The Eternal Child. Those For Whom You Have Written It Will Never Cease To Be Children&Rsquo;&Mdash;Banaphul, In A Letter To Tagore
Rabindranath&Nbsp;Tagore Wrote Shey To Satisfy His Nine Year Old Granddaughter'S Demands For Stories. Even As Tagre Began To Create His Fantasy, He Planned A Story That Had No End, And To Keep The Tales Spinning He Employed The Help Of 'Shey', A &Quot;Man Constituted Entirely Of Words&Quot; And Rather Talented At Concoting Tall Tales.
In This First-Ever Complete Translation Of Shey, Including Tagore&Rsquo;S Delightful Nonsense Verse, Aparna Chaudhuri Brilliantly Captures The Spirit And Flavour Of The Original.
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Review: He (Shey)User Review - Hollis - Goodreads
Strange but very enjoyable to read. Read full review
Review: He (Shey)User Review - Charanya - Goodreads
Such nonsense, I love! Tagore's Shey is not about transporting the reader to a wonderland extraordinaire but about a rapturous journey into the human spirit. Read full review