Author: Sarat Chandra Chatterjee
Translator: V S Naravane
Publisher: Roli Books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8174360301
This volume contains translations of some of the best stories by Sarat Chandra Chatterji.
Apart from Devdas and Srikanta, famous novels presented here in an abridged form, the selection includes some deeply moving stories which have not thus far been accessible to the English readers.
In his introductory, the translator has given a brief outline of Sarat Chandra's life and discussed the distinctive features of his art.
VISHWANATH S NARAVANE took his doctorate from Allahabad University where he taught Philosophy for nearly two decades. He was Professor and Chairman of the Philosophy Department at the University of Poona for a few years. As Visiting Professor at several colleges and universities in U. S. A., and as a guest speaker in many countries, he lectured on Indian art, history, literature and mythology, besides philosophy and religion. Among his publications are 'Modern Indian Thought: A Philosophical Study, The Elephant and the Lotus: Essays in Philosophy and Culture' and monographs on Tagore, Coomaraswamy, Premchand and Sarojini Naidu, besides 'Best Stories from the Indian classics' published by Roli Books.
Srikanta (Part One)
The Devoted Wife
Light out of Darkness
Glossary and Notes