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The Garden Of Earthly Delights

Indrajit Hazra

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Hironmoy Bose lives with his girlfriend, runs a telephone-booth business, and has a weakness for fire. He is unexpectedly provided with an opportunity to abandon his life of love and duty and return to the life he knows best - that with the denizens of 72 Banamali Nashkar Lane, the chummery across the road. "I was once again a free man, unfettered ...in the company of men who understood the value of happily being alone together."

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Author

  • Indrajit Hazra is a novelist and journalist. His novels The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul (2000), The Garden of Earthly Delights (2003) and The Bioscope Man (2008) have been described by critics as "stamped by trenchant black humour" and "[original prose with] mad images hyperlinked to other mad images", one reviewer stating that "few (Bengali) writers writing in English are able to capture that sense of decay and temper it with that quintessential Bengali humour the way Hazra can". He is also the author of Grand Delusions: A Short Biography of Kolkata (2012). He is a columnist for The Economic Times where he writes 'Red Herring' every alternate Mondays. He lives in New Delhi and has been at it trying to finish his latest book that involves missing children and (a sort of) time travel. He blogs on http://blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com/author/indrajithazra/

ISBN
9788186939147
Binding
Hardback
Page Extent
209
Weight (kg)
0.5
Height (in)
8.5
Width (in)
5.5
Subject
Fiction
Published Date
01/01/70
Publisher
Roli Books

Author

  • Indrajit Hazra is a novelist and journalist. His novels The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul (2000), The Garden of Earthly Delights (2003) and The Bioscope Man (2008) have been described by critics as "stamped by trenchant black humour" and "[original prose with] mad images hyperlinked to other mad images", one reviewer stating that "few (Bengali) writers writing in English are able to capture that sense of decay and temper it with that quintessential Bengali humour the way Hazra can". He is also the author of Grand Delusions: A Short Biography of Kolkata (2012). He is a columnist for The Economic Times where he writes 'Red Herring' every alternate Mondays. He lives in New Delhi and has been at it trying to finish his latest book that involves missing children and (a sort of) time travel. He blogs on http://blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com/author/indrajithazra/

ISBN
9788186939147
Binding
Hardback
Page Extent
209
Weight (kg)
0.5
Height (in)
8.5
Width (in)
5.5
Subject
Fiction
Published Date
01/01/70
Publisher
Roli Books
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Author

  • Indrajit Hazra is a novelist and journalist. His novels The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul (2000), The Garden of Earthly Delights (2003) and The Bioscope Man (2008) have been described by critics as "stamped by trenchant black humour" and "[original prose with] mad images hyperlinked to other mad images", one reviewer stating that "few (Bengali) writers writing in English are able to capture that sense of decay and temper it with that quintessential Bengali humour the way Hazra can". He is also the author of Grand Delusions: A Short Biography of Kolkata (2012). He is a columnist for The Economic Times where he writes 'Red Herring' every alternate Mondays. He lives in New Delhi and has been at it trying to finish his latest book that involves missing children and (a sort of) time travel. He blogs on http://blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com/author/indrajithazra/

ISBN
9788186939147
Binding
Hardback
Page Extent
209
Weight (kg)
0.5
Height (in)
8.5
Width (in)
5.5
Subject
Fiction
Published Date
01/01/70
Publisher
Roli Books

Author

  • Indrajit Hazra is a novelist and journalist. His novels The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul (2000), The Garden of Earthly Delights (2003) and The Bioscope Man (2008) have been described by critics as "stamped by trenchant black humour" and "[original prose with] mad images hyperlinked to other mad images", one reviewer stating that "few (Bengali) writers writing in English are able to capture that sense of decay and temper it with that quintessential Bengali humour the way Hazra can". He is also the author of Grand Delusions: A Short Biography of Kolkata (2012). He is a columnist for The Economic Times where he writes 'Red Herring' every alternate Mondays. He lives in New Delhi and has been at it trying to finish his latest book that involves missing children and (a sort of) time travel. He blogs on http://blogs.economictimes.indiatimes.com/author/indrajithazra/

ISBN
9788186939147
Binding
Hardback
Page Extent
209
Weight (kg)
0.5
Height (in)
8.5
Width (in)
5.5
Subject
Fiction
Published Date
01/01/70
Publisher
Roli Books