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This uncompromising and unconventional novel does not have a “plot” in the ordinary sense, though one could describe it as a quest for the Star of Bethlehem. It reflects the... More > author’s fascination with old books; indeed, this volume comprises a straightforward record of the excavation of "historical" minutiae and “forgotten” manuscripts, which, when assembled WITH the manuscripts’ contents, IS the novel. It knits together a transcribed oral memoir, newspaper clippings, and myriad letters and journal pages from across two millennia, interspersed with the author’s own ironic “expert” observations. Those unearthed documents are presented in a series of prefaces, introductions, forewords, and afterwords that (with tongue firmly in cheek) challenge the structure of the conventional novel, while flirting with the crossover and steampunk genres, and including a cameo appearance by the Great Detective. If you like this sort of thing, you may find it “stunning” as did genre authority Gary Lovisi.< Less
About the Author
Rabindranath Tagore, Nobel Laureate, was born on 7th May 1861 and died in 1941.He was renowned poet, playwright, and novelist of the modern India. He was a Bengali Author who... More > reshaped Bengali Literature and Music. He Penned Gitanjali’, which is deeply sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse, after which he acclaimed the title ‘Nobel Laureate’. He was the first non-European to get ‘Nobel Prize’ in Literature in 1913. He started poetry writing from his early age of eight years and published his first poetry collection under the name “Sun Lion “(‘Bhanushingho). Later he wrote his first dramas and short stories in 1877. He founded the ‘Visva-Bharati University’.< Less