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The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore IIIVIII Her clothes were clotted in the mud; strange thoughts and walking by night had given her the aspect of a madwoman; truly, her apparition was such that folk m…

Remaining First Round Predictions (#14–29)

14. Houston Rockets Rashard Lewis, F, 6'10 (Elsik H.S.) Just like Doleac was, Lewis is a lock at this position. Most teams wouldn't gamble this early on him, but he is a hometown boy wi…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore IIIVIII The next morning Hemanta, fagged after a sleepless night, and looking like one distracted, called at the house of Peari Sankar Ghosal. "What news, my son?" P…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore IIIVIV Our two lives went on with their dull routine for some time. Then there was a break in the monotony. An aunt of my husband came to pay us a visit. The fi…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore The VictoryThe Home-ComingOnce There Was a King "Once upon a time there was a king." When we were children there was no need to know who the king in the fairy sto…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore VIVII And, though the tide was full, there was a pause as though the rising waters would not break into foam but remain suspended for ever. There were no outspoken …

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore IVV I found out after this that there were constant interruptions in my husband's professional duties. He refused all calls from a distance, and would hurry away fr…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore III When I was a very young wife, I gave birth to a dead child, and came near to death myself. I recovered strength very slowly, and my eyesight became weaker and w…

The Hungry Stones And Other Stories

by Rabindranath Tagore III The widow in the house of Saradasankar, the Ranihat zemindar, had no kinsmen of her father's family. One after another all had died. Nor had she in her husband's…