Vyasa and Vighneshwara
Katha, 2000 - 157 pages
Vyasa and Vighneshwara is a fine example of storytelling at its best. A complete piece of work, it leaves the reader to discover and explore stories within stories, past within the future, memory within myth. In course, the reader gets involved in a curious, dynamic process, along with the writer, of tying and untying knots. Amazingly, it rebuilds and reestablishes the concept of story.
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