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Tabassum books friends. Mrittika books 64 friends. Denim books friends. Dec 01, I only added my own reads here so it's not rich anyway, as a Bengali reader you all Bengali readers are always welcome to add your favorite books and vote for them.. Mohammad Najibar Rahman's Anowara was the first notable novel and it moved the whole Bengali Muslim community after publication.
The main themes of most of the novels in this era were Muslim society, beliefs, and orthodoxy. In this time, for the first time the life of the Bengali farmers took an artistic delineation through Kazi Abdul Wadud's Nodibakshe Then Kazi Imdadul Huq sprinkled a new wave. His famous novel Abdullah was published in periodicals in and it came into book form in According to Biswajit Ghosh, this novel was a 'bourgeois and humanitarian revolt against devotion to Peers, religious dogmas, purdah-system and disparity between Ashraf and Atraf'.
He afterwards continued with his own style and wrote Prodip O Patongo and Shahoshika It is well accepted that this type of psychological approach was a first attempt in novels of Bangladesh, though not for the first time in Bengali novels.
A progressive novelist Humayun Kabir wrote an English novel, Rivers and Women, which was published in The Bengali form was published in by the name of Nodi O Nari. East Pakistan era[ edit ] The independence of India and Pakistan from British rule bore more importance for the people of then Bengal.
Since then the Bengali speaking community were divided into two parts — the East and the West Bengal. It turns into the smashing of the millennium-old culture and unity of Bengali nation. Moreover, the existence of language became a great question just after the creation of Pakistan. The West-Pakistan ruling government tried to impose Urdu as the principal language on the Bengali people.
But the whole society reacted strongly. This leaves a permanent impression on Bengali literature. In this tumultuous era, Syed Waliullah 's Lalsalu Tree without roots was published. It was the foremost successful novel, both from art and reality points of view. Mahbub-ul Alam wrote Mofijon, also published in In the first years of the Pakistan regime the authors mostly took village life as their theme , but they gradually diversified their interests.
Newly born urban society began to establish itself as worthy to be literary contents. Along with them political developments also took place in fiction. Then came a whole generation of extraordinary novelists. In this time, diversity of contents of the novel was noticeable. Village life was the core theme of a huge number of novels. Sometimes it centered the superstitious village mind or the oppression by the influential groups on the common people, some other times depressed womanhood took this place.
Love between men and women in pastoral context were also a subject of many novels. Middle class society began to evolve in this time.
Urban life, its problems and complexities, uprising middle-class people, their social context and love in their life started to be portrayed in a good number of novels.
But the background of another major event was being prepared in this time. The country began to experience turmoil.
The political situation of the country became more and more prominent in the novels also. Then came the historic event of the Bengali Language Movement.
The keen eyes of the novelists were nowhere but on this tremendous incident. Jahir Raihan's Aarek Falgoon was the most significant effort on language movement. Other political incidents like the class conflict , socialism, and movement in the cultivators was depicted in the novels like Dui Mohol later on renamed as Alamnagorer Upokotha by Shamsuddin Abul Kalam , Surjo Tumi Sathi by Ahmad Sofa etc.
There were some historical novels also. Some novelists favoured psychological complexities. Simple events of life, happy or sad, Some sad strings from the train of forgetfulness, Not fraught with heavy descriptions, Not crowded with events, No advice, no philosophy Only the feeling that the story is not yet over Although there is no more to read The first short stories in Bangla are stories such as 'Yugalabguriya' Twin Rings, and 'Radharani' by Bankimchandra Chattopadhyay Another early short story writer was Nagendranath Gupta with his stories of love and romance.
The finest Bangla short story writer of this period was Rabindranath Tagore who is generally regarded as the father of the Bangla short story. His first short story, 'Bhikharini' The Beggar-woman , was published in the bharati magazine in , but it is 'Denapaona' Assets and Liabilities, , which established Tagore's claim to be acknowledged master of this genre.
Tagore's short stories are on a variety of themes: love, nature, supernatural events, social issues, psychological relationships etc. The female characters in his nature stories are representations of nature. Pramatha Chowdury was a talented writer, but is seldom regarded as a true short story writer because of his casual attitude towards form. Although many of his works depict the common life of the Bengalis, he also wrote several humorous stories.
He painted the lives of the deprived in his short stories. Charuchandra Bandyopadhyay was also a short story writer of note.
But his stories lack maturity. The short stories of bibhutibhushan bandyopadhyay are fraught with imagination and intense feeling. Gypsies, patuas painters , garland-makers, lathiyals village strongmen wielding sticks , village watchmen, postal runners and others from the working class form the characters of his stories.
Most of his stories focus upon the love between man and woman. He was the first to use dialects in Bangla short stories. Other writers who became famous in the forties were dakshina ranjan mitra majumder, rajshekhar basu, Saurindra Mohan Mukhopadhyay, balaichand mukhopadhyay, Manoj Basu, and syed muztaba Ali. Masud Parvez] Bangla short story writers upto were predominantly Hindu, but a few Muslim writers had started emerging as well.
Three well-known short story writers of this period are abul mansur ahmed , Abu Rushd b and syed waliullah Apart from rural themes and social issues, their stories were based on topical themes such as the famine of , communal rioting and the tragic consequences of partition. Abul Mansur Ahmed wrote mainly satirical short stories in which he targeted religious fundamentalism. Often anti-social elements constitute the central characters of his stories.
His well-known collections of short stories include Ayna , Food Conference and Asmani Parda Abu Rushd explored the complexities of urban life in his short stories.
Syed Waliullah's short stories depict the villages of Bangladesh and their backwardness, social prejudices and religious bigotry. Some of his well-known short stories are 'Grismer Chhuti,' 'Keraya' 'and 'Jahaji. His stories also depict personal conflicts as in 'Khuni,' 'Rakta' and 'Stan. His 'Ekti Tulsi Gachher Kahini' describes the impact of partition on the lives of ordinary human beings. Two other short story writers of the time ' Fazlul Haque and somen chanda ' showed exceptional skills in this genre.
Galpa, Fazlul Haque's collection of short stories, edited by shawkat osman , was published posthumously in Somen Chanda's two short story books ' Samket O Anyanya Galpa and Banaspati O Anyanya Galpa ' were published before partition and depict the life of the working class.