Dakghar

By Ashis Gupta

Dakghar
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Based on true incidents, this complex novel remembers the staging of Tagore's play 'Dakghar' in a Warsaw ophanage run by Dr Janusz Korczak, days before 200 orphange children, staff and Dr Korczak were sent by railcars to the Treblinka Death Camp.


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Based on true incidents, this complex novel remembers the staging of Tagore's play 'Dakghar' in a Warsaw ophanage run by Dr Janusz Korczak, days before 200 orphange children, staff and Dr Korczak were sent by railcars to the Treblinka Death Camp.

Ashis Gupta

Ashis Gupta, publisher of Bayeux Arts, is a poet, novelist, satirist, and editor. He lives in Calgary and is deeply involved in exploring the frontiers of contemporary publishing

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