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The Indian Crow


Subtitle: …the untold story of the common man


Authored By: Bob D’Costa


Publisher:  Authorspress


ISBN-13: 9789352075409


Year of Publication: 2011


Pages: 258

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)


Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories


Price in Rs. 276.50

                             Price in (USA) $. 22.12

                            
Inclusive of All Taxes (After 30% Discount on the Printed Price)

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About the Book


 

In a crumbling one room house, a young man bends over the light of an oil lamp, writing out a Republic Day speech the government has chosen him to deliver to the vast gathering in the Calcutta Maidan. But he is running out of time. And he must hurry before the country will put him into trial. Will his words become a hate speech? Or envelop his countrymen with patriotic fervour? He has no answer to the question. However, whispers have already started making rounds of the Muslim, Hindu and Christian blood screaming in his veins which he has hidden from the people. And the story he will read out of his life will justify his religion. Written in a chatty style, the novel hits the satirical strings of the reader's heart, stripping naked - in a bold voice -the weakness and limitations of the country.


About the Author


 

PRAISE FOR BOB D'COSTA

"A writer with a different voice, Bob D'Costa grips the reader from the very first page."

- Paroma (Bengali Magazine)

"Poetic and fresh, The Indian Crow captures the unseen and unfelt emotions of the lower middle class of eastern India, and their desperate attempt to claim intellectual oneness with the idea of democracy. The prose is tender, the concept unique, and the satire razor sharp."

- Kulpreet Yadav, Author & motivational speaker

"Bob D'Costa's poems are real poetry. Poetry of Walt Whitman, Lorca, Pablo Neruda, Majaz, Mayakovsky, SardarJafri and Faiz Ahmed Faiz."

- K. A. Abbas, Mirror

"Bob D'Costa is a poet of many excellences. He is the Federick Lorca of India."

- Dr Krishna Srinivas, President, World Poetry Society, Intercontinental. Co-Founder, World Congress of Poets