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By Rabindranath Tagore

Riche brahmane, Bhupati n’a nul besoin de se mêler des affaires du monde. Il consacre pourtant sa vie au magazine anglophone et progressiste qu’il a fondé. Accaparé par son travail, il délaisse sa femme, l. a. belle et jeune Chârulatâ. Entourée de domestiques, maintenue dans los angeles désinvolture de l’enfance, Chârulatâ s’ennuie.

Bhupati confie à son cousin Amal, étudiant qu’il héberge, le soin de l. a. distraire par des cours particuliers. Traditionnellement acceptée dans los angeles société indienne, cette intimité avec le jeune beau-frère prend peu à peu un travel passionné. Ensemble ils partagent leur envie d’écrire sans être lus.

Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), l’un des plus grands écrivains indiens du xxe siècle, a reçu le prix Nobel de littérature en 1913. Poète, romancier, dramaturge, musicien, acteur, peintre a lutté pour l’indépendance de l’Inde, contre los angeles partition du Bengale, et a soutenu le mouvement de Gandhi. Chârulatâ est paru pour los angeles première fois en français aux éditions Zulma en 2009.

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If Lionel says so. Rosa'll have those papers in right awaytomorrow morning, my girlLionel was spending his first night without the privileges of an awai ting-trial prisoner. I think that was what I thought about ? They had taken away his own clothes. He had begun an imprison­ ment that could end only with the end of his life or the end of the regime ; not just the government of the day, but any other white government that might succeed it. There was bravado and senti­ ment in the confidence of the room full of people at Theo's that they were behaving as Lionel Burger would expect, as he would do himself in their situation.

He wouldn't expect her to be, because his way, as my father's was, is to go on living however you must. And if he doesn't outlast his j ailers, his and Marisa's children will. Theo thrust on me forms of application for a correspondence course from the external studies university. -You better get crack­ ing with this. - And to the others around us, with the assump­ tion of slightly haughty, careless arrogance with which he expressed the intoxication of his association with my father through the trial : -God knows where he found that out.

I look at you . . -Oh there were parties, all right . . Christmas trees, weddings . People had affairs with other people's wives . . -You don't have a corner on that. I don't know about my mother and father- I doubt it. Although Lionel was very attractive to women. You probably SI saw that at the trial- I think most good doctors are . . There were terrible rows and antagonisms between people . . She continued her list. - In the middle of the night, he began to speak. She lay and listened to the seething and sweeping of the bauhinia tree against the tin roof.

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