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Book Title: A Game of Chess
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Form the sensitive portrayal of a father’s relationship with his daughter of marriageable age in Bhabendra Nath Saikia’s ‘Bats’ to the woman-centric ‘A Nymph of the desert’ bu Arupa Patangia Kalita; from Apurba Sarma’s story of the legendary king Vikramaditya and Monica, a modern trophy wife, to ‘Cavern’, an unusual story of heart transplant; for ‘The Journey’, Indira Goswami’s deeply moving story of terrorism, to the deliciously naughty’Parable of an Ancient Triangle’ by Moushumi Kandali, ‘A Game of Chess’ brings together stories, which, with their simplicity and wide variety of themes, bring out the most poignant aspects of life in its myriad forms.
Superbly translated and carefully selected, “A Game of Chess’ is a remarkable collection of new as well as established writers.
 

Author Name: Dhirendra Nath Bezboruah
Reference Number:3626
ISBN: 9780143066309
Number of Pages: 283
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