Khashruzzaman Choudhury was an untiring writer of belles-lettres, short stories, articles and even poems. The short stories contained in this volume faithfully reflect the challenging and rewarding experiences he had in his lifetime. He wrote about the people and their predicament in various climes and times. He wrote about their many disappointments and frustrations with empathy and humor. He also wrote about their hopes, sorrows and joy, and successes in overcoming the reverses and adversities...more
This book is about the 1971 liberation war as author saw it. This is not a complete portrayal of those fateful nine months of 1971; neither is this a collection of only selected snapshots. It is a partial narrative focusing on the events, characters, places and emotions that came his way during those long months.
In this book, author hasn’t tried to write history, although what he says in the here may have a historical perspective and value.