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Hungry Stones
Feb 22, 2017 03:21 PM 2659 Views

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As I was reading through this I wondered why most of Tagore's stories are so sad and depressing(but not in an unlikable way) .Happy ending or cheerful plotllines were rare that I almost cheered at some that ended pleasantly. I would describe these stories as poignant .They touch you and stay with you for a while. The best thing about this book is the marvelous writing . Tagore's use of similes are beautiful, such as when he described a quiet day still wet after a heavy rain, "the way eyelids are wet after the tears have stopped"


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