The Hungry Stones And Other Stories


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This is a collection of short stories written by the nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore. The stories contained in this volume were translated by several hands. The version of The Victory is the author's own work. The seven stories which follow were translated by Mr. C. F. Andrews, with the help of the author's help. Assistance has also been given by the Rev. E. J. Thompson, Panna Lal Basu, Prabhat Kumar Mukerjii, and the Sister Nivedita.(Summary by sidhu177) (5 hr 7 min)

Chapters

01 - THE HUNGRY STONES 29:20 Read by KirksVoice
02 - THE VICTORY 15:43 Read by Chiquito Crasto
03 - ONCE THERE WAS A KING 18:17 Read by Chiquito Crasto
04 - THE HOME-COMING 15:02 Read by Chiquito Crasto
05 - MY LORD, THE BABY 18:20 Read by Chiquito Crasto
06 - THE KINGDOM OF CARDS 19:44 Read by Chiquito Crasto
07 - THE DEVOTEE 27:27 Read by Pamela Krantz
08 - VISION 43:49 Read by Pamela Krantz
09 - THE BABUS OF NAYANJORE 23:03 Read by Uday Sagar
10 - LIVING OR DEAD? 26:16 Read by Petra
11 - "WE CROWN THEE KING" 31:53 Read by om123
12 - THE RENUNCIATION 19:14 Read by sid
13 - THE CABULIWALLAH 19:20 Read by DocStull

Reviews

Tagore is An Interpretation offers an enlightening glimpse into the creative evolution of one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. Even in translation it is evident that Tagore is a master of description, plot, and characterization.

(5 stars)