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

Co-founder and publisher of Bayeux Arts, established in 1994. Author of several novels, editor of collections of poems and co-author with his wife, Swapna, of a recent collection of short stories, The Irrelevance of Space and Other Stories.

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