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Parables, flying scrolls and fiction: What is evil?

Parables, flying scrolls and fiction: What is evil?

It is easy for derivative theoreticians who cannot creatively comprehend the deconstructive nature of creative texts to dismiss creative processes and their decentered layers and structures by highlighting a single element of a creative text, ignoring the fact that there are innumerable elements in the texts that act on each other to produce multiple levels of meaning and experience. ‘Walking[Read More…]

by 27/08/2021 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature
Walking Over Water

Walking Over Water

My father Ashim Ray (1927-86) is considered an exceptional novelist and short story writer who has left a major contribution to serious Bengali literature. However, in his lifetime his contribution was not  recognized and he never  got any major award. He could carry on his serious writing only because my mother was super supportive of his work. She even copied[Read More…]

by 12/05/2021 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature
Capturing ‘Walking over Water’ on canvas

Capturing ‘Walking over Water’ on canvas

My rendezvous with ‘Walking over Water’ created a fresh gush of energy outpouring inside. Here Joshy unfolds a tale about something which has no story in the conventional sense. He weaves the tapestry in the frame of a fictional game of visual discourse. The vivacity of his film and its internal design of image and sound stimulate a sense of[Read More…]

by 21/06/2020 Comments are Disabled Arts/Literature