It Rained All Night
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    It Rained All Night (English, Paperback, Buddhadeva Bose, Clinton B Seely)

    It Rained All Night  (English, Paperback, Buddhadeva Bose, Clinton B Seely)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: PENGUIN INDIA
    • ISBN: 9780143067511, 0143067516
    • Edition: 2010
    • Pages: 144
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    Description

    It Rained All Night is a bold and intense story about a woman who commits adultery. The story is narrated from the point of view of Maloti Mukherji and her husband, Nayonangshu.

    Summary of the Book

    A strained relationship can cause a partner to stray. The most common, yet scandalous, form of betrayal in a marraige is an extramarital affair. Nayonangshu and Maloti Mukherji have been married for a while now,but Maloti is frustrated of her husband’s insecurities and troubles in the bedroom. An unsatisfied wife, she finds love and passion in the arms of Jayanto, a journalist. Her secret relationship with him has not been so much of a secret. Nayonangshu has known all along, but he is too proud to confront his wife. The novel was first published in Bengali and had been banned as it was considered too obscene for Indian readers. The bestseller is a candid story about adultery, jealousy and desire.

    About Buddhadeva Bose

    Buddhadeva Bose was a popular Bengali writer in the 20th century and an influential critic and editor. He has written short stories, novels, plays and essays.

    About Clinton B. Seely

    Clinton B. Seely, American academic and translator, is a scholar of Bengali language and literature. He has written a biography of Jibanananda Das, the famous Bengali poet. Seely has also translated the works of Ramprasad Sen and Michael Madhusudan Dutt.

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    Book Details
    • Imprint
      • PENGUIN
    • Publication Year
      • 2010
    Contributors
    • Author
      • Buddhadeva Bose, Clinton B Seely
    Dimensions
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      • 130 g
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    A PRETTY GOOD STORY

    This is a probably the only Indian novel which touches upon the now rampant but less outwardly visible extramarital affairs and takes potshots at the reader’s head by provoking him to take sides.


    The book is centered around the extramarital affair between the protagonist Maloti and Jayanto (her husband’s Angshu’s friend) with whom Maloti breaks one of the Ten Commandments “Thou shalt not commit adultery.


    The book has this unique concept of telling the story from both the husband and wife’...
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    DHIRAJ SHARMA

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    7 Jan, 2014

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    Really Awesome

    I love how the narration is alternated between Maloti and Nayonangshu, each telling us their side of the story, and how the reader feels at the same time a third party voyeur and a closely involved part of the story.

    If ever there's a book to read where one wants to keep up with the characters every thought, every dream, every feeling, this book is it.
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    Shweta Thapar

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    3 Jul, 2014

    5

    Literary piece - Good book

    The book was banned and the author was convicted in court in the early 1970s for alleged obscenity in his book. That fact apart, the book went on to grab headlines and became a best-seller. This is a literary piece of a novel with its first half steeped in well written erotica.
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    Arindam Moulick

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    23 Apr, 2013

    5

    A must read book

    It gives you a nice insight into the modern marital life.
    Though you know most of the issue of modern life, you will still like the way the plot has been described by a husband and a wife, both having their own view!
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    Prateek Choudhury

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    8 Dec, 2011

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