Artistic literature of India, combining traditional forms of narrative and the influence of Western literature of the nineteenth century, of course, has come a long way in its development. Endless ingenuity of the Indian imagination since ancient times weaves a network of stories, starting with folk tales and fables “Panchatantra”, stories “Brihatkatha”, “Brihatkathamanjari”, short stories “Jataka” and “Vikramaditya” and ending with the novels and stories about our time.
Modern artistic literature originated in India from close interrelation of these traditions of storytelling and Western, especially British, literature of the nineteenth century. Despite the approval of Milan Kundera, the novel is essentially a European form of narrative, Indian writers with aplomb mastered this genre and turned the novels and, to a lesser extent, short stories, to the main form of presentation of their views about life and society.
Few Things Left Unsaid by Sudeep Nagarkar PDF download
Sudeep Nagarkar was born on 26 February, 1988, in a Brahmin family in Mumbai. He is an Indian author and speaker and holds an engineering degree in Electronics. “FEW THINGS LEFT UNSAID” is the first novel by Mr. Sudeep Nagarkar. It is the story of Aditya, who does not know what he wants in his life. Sudeep used to write in his personal diary. The book was launched in Juhu Crossword book store on 13 July 2011 by Cabinet Minister Suresh Shetty.