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  • Unknown Binding
  • 194 pages
  • Twenty Stories
  • Satyajit Ray
  • English
  • 21 November 2018
  • 0140156380

About the Author: Satyajit Ray

Satyajit Ray Bengali was an Indian filmmaker and author of Bengali fiction and regarded as one of the greatest auteurs of world cinema Ray was born in the city of Calcutta into a Bengali family prominent in the world of arts and literature Starting his career as a commercial artist, Ray was drawn into independent filmmaking after meeting French filmmaker Jean Renoir and watching Vittorio De Sica s Italian neorealist film, Bicycle ThievesRay directed films, including feature films, documentaries and shorts He was also a fiction writer, publisher, illustrator, calligrapher, graphic designer and film critic He authored several short stories and novels, primarily aimed at children and adolescentsRay s first film, Pather Panchali , won eleven international prizes, including Best Human Documentary at the Cannes Film Festival This film, Aparajito and Apur Sansar form The Apu Trilogy Ray did the scripting, casting, scoring, and editing, and designed his own credit titles and publicity material Ray received many major awards in his career, including Indian National Film Awards, a number of awards at international film festivals and award ceremonies, and an Academy Award in The Government of India honoured him with the Bharat Ratna in Early Life and Background Ray s grandfather, Upendrakishore Ray Chowdhury was a writer, illustrator, philosopher, publisher, amateur astronomer and a leader of the Brahmo Samaj, a religious and social movement in nineteenth century Bengal Sukumar Ray, Upendrakishore s son and father of Satyajit, was a pioneering Bengali author and poet of nonsense rhyme and children s literature, an illustrator and a critic Ray was born to Sukumar and Suprabha Ray in CalcuttaRay completed his BA Hons in Economics at Presidency College of the University of Calcutta, though his interest was always in Fine Arts In , he went to study in Santiniketan where Ray came to appreciate Oriental Art In , Ray married Bijoya Das and the couple had a son, Sandip ray, who is now a famous film directorLiterary Works Ray created two of the most famous fictional characters ever in Bengali children s literature Feluda, a sleuth in Holmesian tradition, and Professor Shonku, a genius scientist Ray also wrote many short stories mostly centered on Macabre, Thriller and Paranormal which were published as collections of stories Ray wrote an autobiography about his childhood years, Jakhan Choto Chilam He also wrote essays on film, published as the collections Our Films, Their Films , Bishoy Chalachchitra , and Ekei Bole Shooting Awards, Honors and Recognitions Ray received many awards, including National Film Awards by the Government of India At the Moscow Film Festival in , he was awarded for the contribution to cinema At the Berlin Film Festival, he was one of only three to win the Silver Bear for Best Directorthan once and holds the record for the most Golden Bear nominations, with seven At the Venice Film Festival, he won a Golden Lion for Aparajito , and awarded the Golden Lion Honorary Award in In he was posthumously awarded the Akira Kurosawa Award for Lifetime Achievement in Directing at the San Francisco International Film Festival.



10 thoughts on “Twenty Stories

  1. Nomita Chakravorty Nomita Chakravorty says:

    Each and every story is gripping The horror stories are not some revengeful zombie or ghost kind The horror isto do with the fear instinct in us triggered by the unknown and supernatural phenomena The characters developed by Ray are quirky, maybe eccentric There are some other worldly and fantastic elements Phenomena s that make the heart skip a beat There are regular neighbors who are sick and those with unusual mannerisms and habits sparking of the element of fear, mystery and curi Each and every story is gripping The horror stories are not some revengeful zombie or ghost kind The horror isto do with the fear instinct in us triggered by the unknown and supernatural phenomena The characters developed by Ray are quirky, maybe eccentric There are some other worldly and fantastic elements Phenomena s that make the heart skip a beat There are regular neighbors who are sick and those with unusual mannerisms and habits sparking of the element of fear, mystery and curiosity Yet despite all of that an urge to tread the zone of fear and explore The fear is laced with humor.Don t we all trip on fear There is no soundtrack other than your own imagination and voices inside your head giving that adrenalin rush

  2. Chitra Chitra says:

    Absolutely floored I had no expectations that Ray was such an absorbing read He is India s answer to O.Henry Although many of these stories are preoccupied with the eerie and the sinister, there are no tasteless extremes.

  3. Pasha Pasha says:

    As with any book of short stories, some tales resonated with than others however, as a whole, I thoroughly enjoyed the stories in this collection Readers not familiar with Bengali culture and terminology may need to look a few things up as they read, but overall, I found this stories to be timeless and universal Most of the stories in this book are concerned with the supernatural or inexplicable and many, such asThe Tale of Shibhu and the MonsterandThe Pterodactyl s Eggwill As with any book of short stories, some tales resonated with than others however, as a whole, I thoroughly enjoyed the stories in this collection Readers not familiar with Bengali culture and terminology may need to look a few things up as they read, but overall, I found this stories to be timeless and universal Most of the stories in this book are concerned with the supernatural or inexplicable and many, such asThe Tale of Shibhu and the MonsterandThe Pterodactyl s Eggwill leave you questioning both the narrator and reality Others such asGagan Chowdhury s StudioandAnanth Babu s Terrordeal with ghosts And still others, such asThe AdmirerandBarin Bhowmik s Ailmentexplore ordinary lives and simple human nature Overall, the style of writing is spare yet visually evocative, and as I read them, felt that many could be easily translated to the screen.For those that aren t familiar with him, active during the Satyajit Ray was one of the foremost Indian film directors, and received awards from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Venice Film Festival, and the Cannes Film Festival, among many others Perhaps that s why I felt that they d be perfect for a film adaptation Regardless, this was a very enjoyable collection, and I d definitely recommend it

  4. Sourojit Das Sourojit Das says:

    I d read these stories separately before..or heard them on Radio Mirchi s show on horror..a rather less well known book..one that presents a world beyond Feluda, Professor Shonku or Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne.Picked it up from Blossom s at Bnagalore and finished it on that final flight back home..something to fill in those hours of listless boredom, waiting for that welcome bump which tells me I have come back home

  5. Ranjini Ranjini says:

    A brilliant collection of stories from a master story teller Loved loved it

  6. Priya Mariannie-gupta Priya Mariannie-gupta says:

    I think you always lose on translation but a very strong sense of story telling like the stranger which became a movie or the puppet It is like reading a script The stories keep you at the edge and are like screen play.

  7. Mitchell Mitchell says:

    Some of the stories were cute, but Ray s strength is clearly filmmaking, not writing.

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