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THE PAINTBRUSH

THE PAINTBRUSH
THE PAINTBRUSH
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THE PAINTBRUSH
THE PAINTBRUSH
THE PAINTBRUSH
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“What is the exact measure of sorrow that can actually break an artist?” Growing up in a slum in one of the neglected corners of Bhalar, Raman is the gifted kid whose fingers can weave magic on paper. One night, with his mother’s help, he escapes from the hell hole and startsa new life, just like a new sketch, in a town far away.He starts building his little home, burying the old one, the darker one, under its bricks. He is finally free. But he is too young to know that fatenever runs out of ugly surprises. Amidst all the pains, including the disastrous flood, the betrayal of a God-like man, and the death of people he cares for the most, the artist in Raman grows old. And one day he realises he has to search for his masterpiece through the eyes of his daughter.Battling the agonisinglosses,..

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Sold ByLOCKSLEY HALL PUBLISHING LLP
AuthorKRISHNASISH JANA
ISBN-108193628004
ISBN-139788193628003
Edition1
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year2018
CategoryFiction

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“What is the exact measure of sorrow that can actually break an artist?” Growing up in a slum in one of the neglected corners of Bhalar, Raman is the gifted kid whose fingers can weave magic on paper. One night, with his mother’s help, he escapes from the hell hole and startsa new life, just like a new sketch, in a town far away.He starts building his little home, burying the old one, the darker one, under its bricks. He is finally free. But he is too young to know that fatenever runs out of ugly surprises. Amidst all the pains, including the disastrous flood, the betrayal of a God-like man, and the death of people he cares for the most, the artist in Raman grows old. And one day he realises he has to search for his masterpiece through the eyes of his daughter.Battling the agonisinglosses, along with thesuppressedfirein the heart of an artist and thepains of a single father, Raman eventually sees a new face of art, and the troubled soul of an old artist finally finds his masterpiece – in the most beautiful and inexplicable form. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Krishnasish Jana, who currently lives in Kolkata, was born and brought up in Kharagpur, West Bengal. He completed his graduation in 2017, the same year he finished writing his debut novel. He has published short fiction and poetry on numerous platforms before. Besides writing and reading, he also loves to sketch, and he is currently working on his first graphic novel. His poetry blog ‘Birdcages’ can be followed at: www.krishnasishjana.blogspot.com


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