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Kopal-Kundala

by Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

The novel is set in rural Bengal and explores themes of love, desire, and social class. It also touches on issues such as gender roles and the caste system. The character of Kopal-Kundala is seen as a symbol of beauty and purity, while Nabakumar represents the desire for love and companionship. Chatterjee's writing style is known for its poetic and lyrical quality, and Kopal-Kundala is no exception. The novel is filled with vivid descriptions of the natural beauty of Bengal, as well as the rich cultural traditions of the region. Kopal-Kundala is significant in Bengali literature as it helped establish Chatterjee as a major literary figure. The novel's popularity also played a role in the rise of the Bengali Renaissance, a period of cultural and intellectual revival in Bengal. Overall, Kopal-Kundala is a timeless work of Bengali literature that continues to captivate readers with its beautiful prose and timeless themes of love, desire, and social class.

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Language

English

Original Language

Bengali

Published In

1866

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Bankim Chandra Chatterjee was a renowned Bengali writer and novelist who lived during the 19th century. He is considered one of the most important figures in modern Indian literature and is known for...

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