E–pub/Pdf [The Portrait of a Lady] author Khushwant Singh

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  • The Portrait of a Lady
  • Khushwant Singh
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  • 09 July 2020
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The Portrait of a Lady characters Ï 104 Read The Portrait of a Lady ‘A Khushwant Singh short story is not flamboyant but modest restrained well craftedPerhaps his greatest gift as a writer is a wonderful particularity of description’ London Magazine Khushwant Singh first established his reputation as a writer through the short story His stories wry poignant erotic and above all human bear testimony to Khushwant. Shecould never have been pretty but she was always beautifulThis story has my heart First I ve read it during my school in class 11th and I was in love with this story today I found my school s English lit book called Hornbill which had this story and many and I felt something missing in my life while reading it You can read this story and can relate the circumstances with even how your relationship with your parents are changing throughout That s the ugliness of generation gal with us getting self dependent we make it harder for our parents to understand us and we don t even try our best in making them understand as they did when we were Young

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The Portrait of a Lady characters Ï 104 Read The Portrait of a Lady Maughamthe ability to entertain intelligently’ India Today ‘His stories are better than those of any Indian writing in English Times of India ‘The Collected Short Stories leaves the reader in a delightful inebriated trance’ Sunday Chronicle ‘He is not an ordinary short story writerCollected Stories is delightful reading’ Hindustan Time. Literally most stories in this book shouldn t have made it to the book and stayed in the author s notebook What an insincere piece of work

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The Portrait of a Lady characters Ï 104 Read The Portrait of a Lady Singh’s remarkable range and his ability to create an unforgettable world Spanning over half a century this volume contains all the short stories Khushwant Singh has ever written including the delightfully tongue in cheek ‘The Maharani of Chootiapuram’ written in 2008 ‘Khushwant’s stories enthrallHe hasan ability akin to that of Somerset. It s a collection of total 38 short stories by the author in his typical lyrical style When you read a story by Khushvant Singh it s the reading journey that matters most often not the ending which may come abruptly or the story conseuence left to the readers imagination I liked one story the most among all others in this volume is by the title of this book the portrait of a lady 3 stars for this one