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The power that moves from the height of personality to the joy of individualism is the language of literature, the perfect extension of art. An attempt to bring one’s feelings, thoughts, and feelings closer to “many” is a form of art. The unique charm is embedded in the attitude of Toshi. The human being who lives in society is so preoccupied with himself and his own problems that the perversion of Toshi has spread to him. Problematic life, the clutter of modern civilization, the paralyzed-disabled-paralyzed, the immoral people have made modern man confused and confused.
Even though he was independent, he could not fully enjoy the taste of freedom. He is bound in various bonds. The boundaries around it are all fixed. In the midst of all this, the greenery of talking to the modern man is almost gone. In such a critical moment, the importance of the short story is multiplied. The need arises for everyone, like an intimate sympathetic friend. In everyday life, every human being realizes the infinite experience that comes through the window of the mind, but not everyone has the art of making this experience beautiful and sitting in front of others.
The days roll on in time. His footsteps turned into an indestructible power column. Which needs to be remembered. A creator can paint his creation in various colors. The real example of art is expressed in it. Its popularity is noteworthy in the readership. The words “Doodled Theme” in “Happiness, Sorrow, Happiness, Rejoice, Happiness, etc.” touch the heart and bring joy to the mind. In terms of time and convenience, the Indus vision is possible only in the middle of the point. The essence of a short story is to spread it out in a nutshell. Some of the most important things you can do to help ease the way are: – First and foremost, the story is based on the myth of where he was born. There was no movement in the story. Its purpose was to entertain.
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|Dr. Surendranath Dash
|1st Edition-8th Edition
|Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1
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