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Pratibha Rai (born 21 January 1943) is an Indian Odia-language writer. She is the first Odia woman writer to receive the Jnanpith Award. She is the fourth Odia and seventh female writer in India to be honored with the Jnanpith Award. She won the Sharla Award in 1990 and the first woman statue in the country in 1991 for her book “Yajnaseni” (1985). The book was later translated into seven languages.Her first novel, Barsha Basanta and Baishakh, was well-received by readers in 1974.
Newyorkru Nagasaki is a novel in Odia language written by Pratibha Ray. The book was published in 2014 by Adya Prakashani. The story unfolds in the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan on August 9, 1945, during the Second World War. The novel follows the journey of a young girl named Iti who survives the bombing but loses her entire family. Iti’s life is shattered, and she is left alone to cope with the trauma of the war.
The novel then follows Iti’s journey as she travels from Nagasaki to New York, where she starts a new life. She struggles to adapt to the new country and the culture shock she experiences. The book traces her journey as she tries to overcome her trauma and rebuild her life.
Through the story of Iti, the novel explores the theme of war, trauma, survival, and resilience. It highlights the human cost of war and the impact it has on ordinary people’s lives. Overall, Newyorkru Nagasaki is a poignant and powerful novel that portrays the impact of war on individuals and humanity as a whole. It is a must-read for anyone interested in historical fiction and literature that explores the human condition.
|Book Title||Newyorkru Nagasaki(ନ୍ୟୁୟର୍କରୁ ନାଗାସାକି)|
|No of Pages||160|
|Binding Type||Hard Cover|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Print-Tech Offset Pvt. Ltd. Bbsr|