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Chekhov: A Biography
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Zuberino Zuberino said: " চেখভের নিরবাচিত গলপের পাশাপাশি এই জীবনী পড়তে বেশ ভালোই লাগছে, বিশেষ করে জীবনীকার যখন ভি এস পরিচেট-এর মত জাঁদরেল লেখক। বলা বাহুলয, পরিচেট নিজেই বিংশ শতাবদীর অনযতম শরেষঠ ইংরেজ ছোটগলপকার হিসেবে পরিচিত। চমতকার পরাঞজল দরুতলয়ের গদযে বিবৃত করেছেন চেখভের জীব ...more "

 
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রাশিয়ানদের আসলে হিংসা করতে হয়। না করে উপায় নেই। কি পুণযি করলে একটা জাতির বরাতে এরকম সাহিতয, এরকম সাহিতযিক জোটে? একটা তো না, একের পর এক, যেন এসেমবলি লাইন। আইজাক বাবেল সমপরকে পরথম জেনেছিলাম কয়েক বছর আগে - যখন তার "রচনাসমগর" পরথমবারের মত ইংরেজি অনুবাদে
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Greene on Capri by Shirley Hazzard
Greene on Capri
by Shirley Hazzard
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One winter morning in the late 1960s, the Australian novelist Shirley Hazzard met - par hasard, in a cafe - the aging Graham Greene on the fabled island of Capri, just off the Neapolitan coast. What ensued was a friendship à quatre that endured over ...more
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""দুনিয়ায় অনেক কিছুই আছে, সেটার মধযে কোনটাতে আপনার আগরহ আছে এবং অনযদেরও আগরহ থাকবে, সেটা বের করতে হবে। শিকষারথীদের জনযে যেটা সাজেশন দিতে চায় তা হল, মোবাইল ডিভাইস নিয়ে কাজ করেন। আপনি যে বিষয়েই পড়াশোনা করেন না কেন, মোবাইল ডিভাইসের সঙগে তার একটা যোগসূ..." Read more of this review »
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Eugene Onegin by Alexander Pushkin
Eugene Onegin
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কয়েকদিন আগে গারসিয়া মারকেসের একটি বহু পুরনো পরবনধে রবীনদরনাথ সমপরকে সিরিয়াসলি আপততিকর একটি মনতবয পেলাম। তার নিজের নোবেল বিজয়ের ঠিক মাস আগে লেখা এই দীরঘ পরবনধে তিনি পুরসকারের হিট-এনড-মিস ইতিহাস নিয়ে লিখেছিলেন। সেই পরসঙগেই রবীনদরনাথের অবতারনা।
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Eugene Onegin by Alexander Pushkin
" সাখাওয়াত, তাহসিন - আপনাদের দুজনকেই অনেক ধনযবাদ। আসলে এমন বই পড়ে শুধু অনুভূতি লিখে যেতে ইচছে করে। তাই দুইদিন সময় নিয়ে, মাথার সব চিনতা ঢেলে অবশেষে শেষ ক ...more "
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“Every morning I called Aeroflot to ask about my suitcase. "Oh, it's you," sighed the clerk. "Yes, I have your request right here. Address: Yasnaya Polyana, Tolstoy's house. When we find the suitcase we will send it to you. In the meantime, are you familiar with our Russian phrase *resignation of the soul*?”
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“...when the years have all passed, there will gape the uncomfortable and unpredictable dark void of death, and into this I shall at last fall headlong, down and down and down, and the prospect of that fall, that uprooting, that rending apart of body and spirit, that taking off into so blank an unknown, drowns me in mortal fear and mortal grief. After all, life, for all its agonies of despair and loss and guilt, is exciting and beautiful, amusing and artful and endearing, full of liking and of love, at times a poem and a high adventure, at times noble and at times very gay; and whatever (if anything) is to come after it, we shall not have this life again.”
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J.L. Carr
“Ah, those days...for many years afterwards their happiness haunted me. Sometimes, listening to music, I drift back and nothing has changed. The long end of summer. Day after day of warm weather, voices calling as night came on and lighted windows pricked the darkness and, at day-break, the murmur of corn and the warm smell of fields ripe for harvest. And being young.
If I'd stayed there, would I always have been happy? No, I suppose not. People move away, grow older, die, and the bright belief that there will be another marvelous thing around each corner fades. It is now or never; we must snatch at happiness as it flies.”
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“--while the sun and wind played gently in its spreading branches; the bells of the Donskoy monastery would sometimes float across--tranquil and sad--and I would sit and gaze and listen, and would be filled with a nameless sensation which had everything in it; sorrow and joy, a premonition of the future, and desire, and fear of life.”
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