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The One-eyed Chick and Other Stories

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This volume is an attempt to aquaint the non-Odia reader with the work of a unique Odia short story writer, Basanta Kumar Satpathy. The selection includes stories representing the variety of themes and styles that Satpathy is known for. Whereas many stories explicitly deal with man's relationship with the environment and with birds and animals, many others explore the deep ...more
Hardcover, 181 pages
Published 2013 by Worldview
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Chinmay Hota
May 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
There is no mistaking the intimacy of the author with the experiences around which the stories are woven. Be it a tenant and his children getting used to the surroundings of a freshly rented house, or a reflective commuter recounting the conversation and experiences his daily grind brings forth.

Most of the stories veer around a forlorn widower trying to come to grips with his loneliness and fulfilling the responsibilities of raising a brood of motherless children. The stories cover a range of e
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