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Posted by : Write_77

Book Review:International Cricket Centuries In Eden Gardens

The world cup is in full swing. The histories of the grounds are to be ordained with care and the regime of them must be preserved with perseverance. Of late there has been a book out in the marten that deals with the history of the cricket centuries and other tales made in Eden gardens of Kolkata. We know that the Eden gardens are one of the most famous fields not only of India but also of the world. This field has welcomed the debut of a hoard of cricketers and this field has been the witness to the departure of many players as well. The field has seen Gavaskar, Clive Lyod, Kapil Dev to Sourav Ganguly and Shane Bond waving their bats and the balls at the enthusiastic audience. This book traces those pages of history. This book also speaks of the chronicles of the field. There had been the times when there has been the enthralling audience standing in ovation to the famous test and one day centuries. There has been the twenty cricket as well. All these matches have a myriad amount of stories hidden in their bosom. The field has a great past. There were the days when the eden gardens were used for functions as well. Several governmental functions were held here. It has been since 1934 that the test matches are held in this field and the year of 1987 had seen the first one day international. This book gives a lot of other relevant and interesting truths about a field. The language is lucid and vivid. The picturesque style of writing makes the navigation through the pages a very worthy one. This book is a cherished element for the readers.

NAME OF THE BOOK: INTERNATIONAL CRICKET CENTURIES IN EDEN GARDENS

EDITORS: FREDERICK P MILLER AND JOHN MCBREWSTER

INTERNATIONAL BOOK MARKETTING

2014

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Posted by : Debolina Sinha

A know how about short story

Short stories are not a piece of writing to give ample information to the readers. On the other hand, it’s better to say that the piece of a short story makes your reader happy when you tell them casual stories with casual language. However, this is considered by many as a medium to express their artistry in writing. A short story is not a herculean task like novel; but it serves the purpose to express your feelings. In a short story you are able to insert characters, scenes, protagonists and climax- though the space for back-story is he trump card for your story.

The basic elements  to include in a short story, however, is not only the story; but the order in the story that will increase the suspense and produce an futile climax. A perfect atmosphere as well as the writing style is just the cherry on the cake for productive appealing to the readers. Including this, the essence and the feelings that in input in your characters are the morality which is significant to connect real people with your protagonists.

As I had pointed about the protagonists in a short story, a little information about that won’t become a bore! It is suggested in a short story to keep people as less as you can. Because ‘two is okay, three is a crowd’. At this point of your story you can include characters other than human-an animal or a tree, a insect or an object- all can be tour protagonist. The success lies in your presentation and setting of the plot that makes a short story appealing. I think that ‘The Fly’ by Katherine Mansfield is a significant example of this. the rest is upon the writer who will set the destiny of his short story.