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    Son s Sin Dooms TrioBengal in the 1870s seethed with change Modern ways, initiated by the British, spread out gradually, leading to demands for reform of tradition, for liberalization of the strict orthodoxy of the Hindu elite Caught up in the times, Chatterjee penned a number of novels in which he sometimes supported the changes, but at others, opposed them For 21st century readers, knowledge of this background is vital, otherwise the novel may come across as slightly overripe, cloying and p Son s Sin Dooms TrioBengal in the 1870s seethed with change Modern ways, initiated by the British, spread out gradually, leading to demands for reform of tradition, for liberalization of the strict orthodoxy of the Hindu elite Caught up in the times, Chatterjee penned a number of novels in which he sometimes supported the changes, but at others, opposed them For 21st c...


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    Bhromor chara duto choritroi aswasti sristi koreche. Jodio lekhok er lekhoni niye montobber spordha nei..


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    Tragic end of relationshipI will reread it soon.


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    The way the relationship of Govindalal and Bhramar becomes undone in a whirlwind is quite neatly done There is certainly a touching quality in their meeting after 7 years.The character of Rohini appears stereotyped though She starts off as a virtuous woman stained in character only due to the hardships of her young widow life But she corrects her error with a readiness for bearing the punishment upon herself But this nobility of her character is soon forgotten and she is repeatedly described The way the relationship of Govindalal and Bhramar becomes undone in a whirlwind is quite neatly done There...