Twenty Stories

Twenty Stories

Twenty Stories None

  • Title: Twenty Stories
  • Author: Satyajit Ray
  • ISBN: 9780140156386
  • Page: 185
  • Format: Unknown Binding
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      Posted by:Satyajit Ray
      Published :2019-05-27T08:51:22+00:00

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    Each and every story is gripping. The horror stories are not some revengeful zombie or ghost kind. The horror is more to 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 [...]

    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.

    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.

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