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The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

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(1916)



Translated by The Author and Mr. C. F. Andrews



Preface:--The stories contained in this volume were translated by several hands. The version of "The Victory" is the author's own work. The seven stories which follow were translated by Mr. C. F. Andrews, with the help of the author's help. Assistance has also been given by the Rev. E. J. Thompson, Panna Lal Basu, Prabhat Kumar Mukerjii, and the Sister Nivedita.





As we know it very well, Rabindranath Tagore is not only one of the greatest Bengali poets, novelists, and educators, but also one of the greatest writers in modern Indian literature. He was an early advocate for independence in India. After reading these stories we feel his Indian sensibility. He expresses basic Indian feelings fabulously, which are our Indian culture's treasure.--Submitted by Amanjeet Chahal


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