Gappagoshti by D. M. Mirasdar
In ‘Maazaa kailasvasi vruttapatra vyavasaya’ the protagonist narrates how his journalistic career came to an end due to his intellectual nononsense style of writing…’Khedyatil ek divas’ takes a sarcastic look at the gross misconceptions that city dwellers hold about village life…Bhiku Ingale decides to become a teacher rather than a clerk and in ‘Eka vargatil path’ he tells how he learnt his lesson for life! Moved by the plight of flood victims in Pune, the folk of Bhokarwadi go on a fundraising drive and end up needing help themselves…In ‘Ganpat Patil’ we meet the largehearted, but cunning protagonist who keeps fighting the case for prestige though he is sure to lose; yet in the end he forgives Sakhu…on the other hand, in ‘Nikaal’, Ganpat Waghmode somehow manages to get a favourable verdict for himself… The common thread that links the tales together in this collection is the somewhat humorous streak underlying all human nature – full of paradoxes and cunning. The easy and spontaneous style has lent a conversational tone to the volume.
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