Book Review on Jayanta Ray’s Tales of Square Field
Meenakshi Chawla reviews Jayanta Ray’s Tales of Square Field. The stories we tell ourselves tell the story of our life. Through those stories, we create, build and divine the world around us in our unique light. That is the way the world becomes ours — that is the way we derive meaning from it.
In this book Tales of Square Field, the author, Jayanta Ray, does precisely so — he injects into his physical world, his own mental creation, and the two worlds meld and move together in harmony.
Title: Tales of Square Field
Author: Jayanta Ray
Publisher: Frog Books (2016)
Paperback: 150 pages
Price: Rs. 150
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