My Years with Apu

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Penguin Books India, 1996 - Aparājita (Motion picture) - 148 pages
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The absorbing story of how one of the greatest directors of our time began his film-making career 'Ray's fascinating account of how he made the (Apu) trilogy and how his passion for cinema was first kindled.' -India Today 'Written in an impeccable style it brings back memories of an era when film-making was an art born out of a love for the medium and not merely a means to make money. -Sunday Mail 'My Years With Apu prompts wistful thoughts of those other books, the other Ray masterpieces that remained unwritten at the time of the director's death.' -Indian Review of Books 'A swift, detailed, precise narrative...the story and its many links still retain, as a powerful myth of artistic genesis, their freshness, and may have acquired a new significance with the passing of time.' -The Telegraph
 

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Contents

Birth Pangs
27
Fadein Fadeout
51
Action At Last
67
The Aftermath
81
Picking Up The Threads
93
Troughs And Crests
117
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