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The Spectrum of Life A Collection of Short Stories

Author Name: Paramananda Pal | Format: Paperback | Genre : Dramas & Plays | Other Details

The short stories cover different aspects of life, as keenly observed by the author in different strata of society, in the city or urban areas. They provoke values of love and compassion with the human and natural surroundings, and also convey certain extraordinary truths emanated from the analysis of events and the mosaic of characters involved in them.

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Paramananda Pal

After his schooling at the Hindu School, graduation from the Presidency College, and post-graduation from the Calcutta University, all in Calcutta with distinction in the academic field, Mr. Paramananda Pal entered upon varied fields of profession, traversed various places and came into acquaintance with people in different strata of society. Initially, he served as a lecturer in a government college at Jhargram, and later, he became a management trainee in the Steel Authority of India (Hindustan Steel) in 1973. The next year, he joined a leading nationalized bank as a probationary officer. In the bank, he took various responsible positions and rose to the position of a senior management executive before his retirement in 2009. In the course of his long exposure to different fields of life and society, he has observed with keen interest the ongoing scenario around, the players on the scene and has penned his experience about them in his own inimitable way. His creative write-ups have already earned appreciation in the press and literary journal. The media reviewers have mentioned the stories about the author’s varied experience in the city and urban life. Mr. Asok Kumar Bhattacharya, a freelance journalist, has pointed out the author’s writing style as, “Racy sans reiteration. His contents oscillate between the mundane and metaphysical. A mosaic of characters in his stories deserves salutary mention.”