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Ṭinaraṇa śāṛi / mūla Oẏāina Estana ; anuvāda Śibabrata Barmana
Bib ID 4230016
Format BookBook
Author
Ashton, Wayne, 1959-
 
Uniform Title Under a tin-grey sari. Bengali
Description Ḍhākā : Sandeśa, 2007 
350 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9789848471319
9848471316
Summary

Set in Chittagong (Bangladesh) this is a story of the upstairs/downstairs dynamic of the former colony, of the trepidation before the destruction of the monsoon and a love story narrated by a ghost, Khalid, speaking into the ear of the town's letter writer, Iqbal.

Notes

Novel.

Copyright 2002 Wayne Ashton.

In Bengali, translated from English.

Subjects Cooks -- Fiction.  |  Chittagong (Bangladesh) -- Fiction.

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