By Ranjit Biswas
As the River Flows brings jointly many of the best modern brief tales from Assam which rank besides the easiest of Indian literature. With the wide range of types and content material, those tales provide us a glimpse into the lives of these residing beside the Brahmaputra. Spanning from the Fifties to the current, this assortment offers an eclectic mixture of recognized tales through writers who set the tone of recent Assamese tales as additionally those that have won from their pioneering efforts.
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