Neem Tree: A Bouquet of Short Stories
Banaphool holds a unique place in Bengali literature as a writer of fiction. As one of the most talented writers of his age, he introduced the genre of 'ultra-short' stories (sometimes as short as one printed page) in Bengali literature. In these 'ultra-short' stories, Banaphool covered a huge canvas of human conditions with his characteristic sense of humour and timing. In the stories included in this collection, the reader will get an insightful glimpse into Banaphool's vast and crowded world of events and characters.
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