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Reviewer analysis Letters are memoirs that peep into some forgotten, narrow ally of our lives - some dark and some illuminated with joys and laughter. Those days are past now; the joy of receiving a letter, the wait, the anticipation of the smiles it brings to the receiver... and much more. Reading it for the [...]
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I see you again when with the fumes of tea I wish to strain the beauty from the beast, the coarse from the fine and good from mundane. Its dark, the sun set, moon yet in her dressing The stars have flocked, some in groups, some single, some Orion, some Hercules...of distant lands... some lost [...]
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Reviewer Analysis In the midst of noise all around, Kanak’s eyes were blank as she sat on the couch in the crowd. She was rather lost. Neither was she in a hurry nor was she asked by anyone to attend to any urgent errand. Yet something within her was persisting her to do what she [...]
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“Mrs. Nandini Agarwal is still on the operation table.  Her bones are indeed in very bad condition due to advanced osteoporosis and thank God you didn’t delay any further. The procedure should not take more than an hour and a half. Hope everything will be fine.” said Dr. Balkrishnan solemnly as he entered the OT. [...]
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She looked out of the window. The streets were illuminated; flickers of intermittent crimson and amber lights were casting varied patterns on the walls of her dark room. The noise of the passing buses, cabs, cars, honking rickshaws, vendors, even faint voices of men and women, though distant, resonated joyousness of the festivity. It was [...]
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The bride of the Chowdhurys.... The huge mansion of North Kolkata, 32 Sarat Lane of sixties.... Her lips were so pink, her vermilion so red, Her kohl so black, her hair curled to her waist.... Indeed like deities. Her eyes were works of an immortal artisan, Lotus petalled and black; Her bangles and her anklets [...]
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