[☆ Abandon || ✓ PDF Read by ☆ Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha] #2020


  • Title: Abandon
  • Author: Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha
  • ISBN: 9781911284116
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback

  • Abandon By Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha India has found its Ferrante Niven Govinden And I struggle to find my place in this dark novel I yearn for passion and despair for that is what makes good literature while Ishwari seeks a life of joy for herself and her son A powerful novel about a woman who runs away from home, seeking to free herself from the shackles of society and familial attachments, and in India has found its Ferrante Niven Govinden And I struggle to find my place in this dark novel I yearn for passion and despair for that is what makes good literature while Ishwari seeks a life of joy for herself and her son A powerful novel about a woman who runs away from home, seeking to free herself from the shackles of society and familial attachments, and instead devote her attentions to writing a novel When she realises that her five year old son Roo has followed her, Ishwari struggles with her identity as a mother and the responsibilities that brings, versus the guilty knowledge that she cannot want her own child when his existence requires her to suppress her own dreams Ishwari and Roo wander the streets at night, looking for a place to stay, until an elderly caretaker takes pity on them and offers them an empty room on the terrace of a guest house Ishwari gets work as a caregiver to the handsome gentleman who lives next door, while Roo, who is lame, spends all day locked up in the room on the roof Pulsating with raw energy, Abandon gives voice to the perpetual conflict between life and art.
    Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha
    When Panty was first published in Bengali, it created a furore a reaction that is par for the course for Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay.Her controversial first novel Shankini made for an explosive debut.Since then she has published nine novels and over fifty short stories Also a newspaper columnist and a film critic, Sangeeta lives and writes in Kolkata.

    Abandon By Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay Arunava Sinha

    Commentaires:

    Callum McAllister
    I say this every time, but this was one of the best that Tilted Axis have published so far I much preferred it to Panty It seemed formed and mature, still exploring those same themes how to be an artist, motherhood, sickness Also, I do love a self referential narrative.

    Manab
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    enricocioni
    Abandon the story of Ishwari and her son Roo, as they try to build a new life together after a long period of separation is one of those books that are so good I was for a long time discouraged from reviewing it How could I possibly do it justice The imagery is so strange and wild, the ideas so electric, that it seems that the only way to convey the book s brilliance is to copy it out in its entirety The opening paragraph alone is a masterclass, immediately pulling you into the story, intoxicati [...]

    Niv
    Abandon is a very underground, intense work in Sangeeta s signature stark and straight forward style, as I gather this is my first read from this author It is a detour from popular fiction and philosophy and boldly walks down dark alleys of human nature, a woman s predicament with motherhood that it is a choice and not a duty which is what the society expects The writing style goes through seasons of matter of fact narration, thoughtful inspiration brooding and ironic metaphors Interspersed in e [...]

    Ankita Chauhan
    Absorbing read with beautiful prose.

    Michelle Nathan
    3.5 stars

    Fiza Pathan
    Roo made my heart bleed.

    Chidambaram
    after a long time i chose this bengali translation loved it

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