Longing for sunshine
Sahitya Akademi, 2001 - 171 pages
It Is One Of Syed Abdul MalikýS Most Popular Novels That Reveals His Penetrating Insight Into The Conflicts Of Human Passion And Desire, His Sustained Imaginative Power And Lively Style. Set Against The Backdrop Of A Typically Backward Assamese Village, Dalim, The Novel Depicts The Life Of The Poor Peasants Here, Their Occupation, Their Customs And Manners, Their Joys And Sorrows. The Novel Owes Its Immense Success To Its Moving Dialogue, Humour, Irony And Sudden Turns Of Events. The Philosophy Of Life That Emerges From This Novel Adds To Its Profoundness.
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