- Author:Premchand,David Rubin
- Publisher:Oxford University Press (October 25, 2001)
- Pages:264 pages
- Subcategory:History & Criticism
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Premchand: The Complete Short Stories Box Set (4vols). Munshi Premchand () A pioneering figure in modern Hindi literature. He was one of the initiators of realism in Indian fiction and introduced the genre of the short story in Hindi. With social themes and character studies, he set the standard for writers who followed. David Rubin (Translator) Visiting Professor at Columbia University. Premchand (1880-1936) is arguably the greatest figure in the history of modern Hindi fiction.
David George Rubin (March 27, 1924 - February 2, 2008) was an American novelist and translator
David George Rubin (March 27, 1924 - February 2, 2008) was an American novelist and translator. He is most well known for his translations of the Indian novelist and essayist Munshi Premchand and the Indian poet and novelist Suryakant Tripathi 'Nirala'. Serving in World War II as a cryptographer, Rubin returned to America to begin a life in academia. He spent a large portion of his career at Sarah Lawrence College. Besides his translation work, he was an accomplished novelist himself.
As the late scholar David Rubin wrote in The World of Premchand (Oxford, 2001), "To Premchand belongs the . Several of Premchand's stories have been published in a number of collections, including the 8-volume Mansarovar (1900–1936). Some of his stories include: Title.
As the late scholar David Rubin wrote in The World of Premchand (Oxford, 2001), "To Premchand belongs the distinction of creating the genre of the serious short story-and the serious novel as well-in both Hindi and Urdu.
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About the Book:Munshi Premchand needs no introduction. Munshi Premchand needs no introduction
About the Book:Munshi Premchand needs no introduction. In this collection, twelve stories from his oeuvre, carefully adapted and specially illustrated keeping young readers in mind, offer a vivid glimpse of life in the villages and small towns of north India. Munshi Premchand needs no introduction. Each story is unique in its own way.
Premchand Selected Stories. An English translation of some of the finest of Premchand's stories. The stories take the reader into the lives of the rural folk of India and evoke a sense of common humanity. Beautifully illustrated by a leading Indian children's illustrator. 14,290 people like this topic.
Before beginning his story, Premchand asks how, of all the animals, it's the donkey that came to be called the dumbest? . The world of Hindi literature will always be indebted to Munshi Premchand for his contribution.
Before beginning his story, Premchand asks how, of all the animals, it's the donkey that came to be called the dumbest? He writes that maybe because its tolerance and silence are mistaken for stupidity. The Ox, Premchand believes, is another animal who suffers due to his submissive nature. Do Bailon Ki Katha (The story of two oxen) is an emotional tale of Heera and Moti, two oxen who are best friends and committed to staying together. They are sent to a relative's place by their loving master's wicked wife, who ill-treats them and doesn't feed them properly.
The World of Premchand: Selected Stories of Premchand. Translated by David Rubin. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1969. 215 pp. Introduction, Glossary. Gordon C. Roadarmel (a1).