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9789352774876 60ba039e4aa11d4f4898a200 Wild Animals Prohibited: Stories/Anti-Stories https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba587360e17e4f63f33f36/9789352774876.jpg Audacious experimentalist and self-declared anti-writer Subimal Misra is the master of contemporary alternative Bengali literature and anti-establishment writing. This collection brings together twenty-five stories that record the dark history of violence and degeneration in the Bengal of the seventies and eighties. The mirror that Misra holds up to society breaks every canon of rectitude with unfailing precision. The stories also plot the continuous evolution of Misra's writing as he searches for a form to do justice to the reality that confronts us. Deeply influenced by Godard Misra uses montage and other cinematic techniques in his stories which he himself calls 'anti-stories' challenging our notions of reading and of literature itself. Brilliantly translated by V. Ramaswamy Wild Animals Prohibited: Stories/Anti-stories startles with its blasphemy its provocative ideas and its sheer formal daring.

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Wild Animals Prohibited: Stories/Anti-Stories

Wild Animals Prohibited: Stories/Anti-Stories

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  • ISBN: 9789352774876
  • Author: Misra Subimal/Ramaswamy V.
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 282
  • Format: Paperback
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Audacious experimentalist and self-declared anti-writer Subimal Misra is the master of contemporary alternative Bengali literature and anti-establishment writing. This collection brings together twenty-five stories that record the dark history of violence and degeneration in the Bengal of the seventies and eighties. The mirror that Misra holds up to society breaks every canon of rectitude with unfailing precision. The stories also plot the continuous evolution of Misra's writing as he searches for a form to do justice to the reality that confronts us. Deeply influenced by Godard Misra uses montage and other cinematic techniques in his stories which he himself calls 'anti-stories' challenging our notions of reading and of literature itself. Brilliantly translated by V. Ramaswamy Wild Animals Prohibited: Stories/Anti-stories startles with its blasphemy its provocative ideas and its sheer formal daring.

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