O Andha Gali
Sahitya Akademi, Jan 1, 2006 - Fiction - 173 pages
The Stories In This Collection Are A Fine Example Of PatnaikęS Ability To Transform The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary, Weaving Memorable Stories Out Of Commonplace Events Of Life. The Pathos And Suffering, The Hopes And Frustrations, The Humour And Tragedy Of Day-To-Day Life Depicted In The Forceful Language Of The Author Are Lucidly Reproduced In The Translation.
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