This is the never-told-before story of the Hungry generation (or the Hungryalists)—a group of barnstorming, anti-establishment poets, writers, artists and activists in Bengal in the sixties. Braving social boycott, ridicule, and arrest, the Hungryalists changed the literary landscape of Bengal forever. Along the way, they also influenced iconic poets such as Allen Ginsberg who struck up a lifelong friendship with the Hungryalists.
|Sold By||Penguin Random House India|
|Author||Maitreyee Bhattacharjee Chowdhury|