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Fever An interesting and powerful novella There is a lot of literature focusing on revolutionary figures but what makes this story uniue is it focusses little on the revolution itself but rather the after affects as our protagonist reflects on his life whilst on prison switching between the now and then অসমাপ্ত বই নিয়া আসলে ঠিক কোন্‌ জায়গায় দাঁড়ায়ে কথা বলতে হয় কে জানে। আমি জয়েসের পোর্ট্রেট পড়ার পর এই বইয়ে প্রথম দেখলাম বাংলায় ইন্ডিরেক্ট থার্ড পারসন আনতে।গ্রামার বাদ দেই।বইটা ভালো। অনেক জায়গায় মনে হইতে নেয় লেখক মরালিস্ট কিন্তু এগুলি আসলে বুলুরমোমের বিষয়টা খুবই ধাক্কা দিছিলো।অন্যরকম লেখার ধাঁচ প্রজাপতি বিবর এর চেয়েও অনেক বেশি অন্যরকম। শেষ হলে কেমন হইত জানি না।পড়তে হয় না পড়লে মিস করতে হয়। 'সেই জায়গাটার নাম এখন দুনিয়া জানে। তরাইয়ের মেচি নদীর বালুচর থেকে ঝোরার গা বেয়ে উঁচুতে উঠে যাওয়া বন ঘেরা অঞ্চল। সেই জায়গাটার মতো দুনিয়া এখন রুহিতন কুরমির নামটাও জানে'বইটি শেষ করার পর কিছুক্ষণ অব্দি এক অদ্ভুত আবেশে আচ্ছন্ন হয়ে ছিলাম। সমরেশ বসুর লেখা অন্যতম সেরা উপন্যাস বলা চলে এটিকে। নকশাল আন্দোলনের পটভূমিতে রচিত বইয়েরযদিও নকশাল আন্দোলনের পুঙ্খানুপুঙ্খ বিবরণ এতে পাবেন না প্রতিটি পাতা আপনাকে জিজ্ঞেস করবে বেঁচে থাকার কঠিন প্রশ্ন।এ গল্প রুহিতন কুর্মির গল্পতার তরাইয়ের জঙ্গল থেকে কলকাতার জেলখানা যাত্রার গল্প ভালোবাসা বিশ্বাসঘাতকতার দোলাচলের গল্প। যদিও বর্তমান যুগে নকশাল আন্দোলনকে ফ্যান্টাসীর চোখে দেখাটা একটা ট্রেন্ডলেখকও কোন কোন ক্ষেত্রে সেটা হালকা ভাবে বুঝিয়ে দিয়েছেন তবুও বলব তৎকালীন সমাজজীবনের একটা সুস্পষ্ট ছায়াছবি একেঁছেন সমরেশ বাবু এটাই তার কৃতিত্ব। This is potent literature packaged in deceptively simple language I wish I could have read it in Bengali but I'm thankful Arunav Sinha translated it for us anyway This is the third of a series of books I've read about Naxalism and while it pales in scope compared to the Lives of Others or in depth compared to the Lowland it offers a beautiful glimpse of the post Naxal Naxalbari The book for the large part is a metaphor You'll find yourself constantly zooming in and out of the narrative to get a grip on what the author's trying to tell you It's a uick read with less than 130 pages in the edition I bought but be prepared for your reading to be peppered with long walks and smoke breaks It demands that degree of introspection The great Naxalite Novel written at back of the cover convince me to pick this bookThis book draws inspiration from the Naxalbari uprising which was mainly led by local tribals and the radical communist leaders of BengalRuhiton Kurmi the protagonist of the plot is one of the notorious Naxalite setenced for unknown periodEven Ruhiton Kurmi has no idea of his sentence period will he ever be released or going to die in hellThe Fever will take you to Ruhiton's personal social and political life which will leave a deep impact on you It uestions the human cost of revolutionHow a revolution takes each and everything a revolutionary possess his family children friends society each and everyone of them Even at one point of time his family denied to accept him and was forced to live in segregation because of a disease he carries with him If one have even a slight greed to know the life of a victim as prisoner after revolt and uprising must hold Fever in their hands As uprisings and movements are sensitivity observed till it is in public domain No one gives attention to it aftermath but this book will take you through every single pain they witness The weakest Samaresh Basu book that I have read so far For Basu's political writings Shekal Chhera Hater Khonje and Khandita are highly recommended Reviewed by The Complete Review Mahakaler Rother Ghoda a phrase in Bengali or Fever is a piece of fiction which narrates a story set in the post Naxal naxalbari The title which literally translates to 'Horse to the Chariot of Time' signifies the chariot which becomes not only a vehicle of time but also of relentless annihilation We witness Ruhiton a broken shell of a man who works as a metaphor for the historical situation The english title 'Fever' works as a symbolic feature which signifies the decay and despair that Ruhiton is haunted withMy only regret is that I should have read it in the original The translation is good but you don't feel the atmosphere that surrounds the narrative It is a novella of 130 pages and is written in simple yet effective style I gave it a 355 Description Ruhiton Kurmi has been in jail for seven years Once a notorious Naxalite he is now a withered shell; a man broken by torture racked with fevers and sores The only way he can endure his life is by shutting out the past But when Ruhiton is moved to a better jail and eventually freed memories return to haunt him He looks back upon his youth his marriage his home in the Terai foothills—and he remembers too the friends he has killed the revolutionary colleagues he made and the ideals he once believed inDark powerful and full of ambiguities the classic Mahakaler Rather Ghoda 1977 uestions the human cost of revolution and its inevitable transience A sensation in its time it remains one of the greatest novels about the Naxalite movement

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