Selina Hossain

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Selina Hossain
সেলিনা হোসেন
Selina Hossain photo.png
Selina Hossain
Born 1947 (age 66–67)
Nationality Bangladeshi
Occupation novelist
Awards Bangla Academy Award (1980)

Selina Hossain, (1947) (Bengali: সেলিনা হোসেন), a female author of Bengali Literature, living in Bangladesh, is a famous novelist.[1]

Life[edit]

She is also an editor. She Founded Fareea Lara Foundation, which works to improve the lives of impoverished people of Bangladesh.

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Josnay Surjyo Jala (1973)
  • Jalochchwas (The High Tide, 1972)
  • Hangor Nodi Grenade (Shark, River, Grenade, 1976)
  • Magna Caitanye Shis (A Whistle in the Unconscious, 1979)
  • Japita Jiban (A Life Spent, 1981)
  • Podoshobdo (1982)
  • Neel Moyurer Joubon (The Youth of the Blue Peacock, 1983)
  • Chand Bene (Cand the Merchant, 1984)
  • Pokamakarer Gharbasati (The Households of the Insects, 1986);
  • Nirantar Ghantadhwani (Ceaseless Sound of the Bell, 1987)
  • Ksharan (Oozing, 1988)
  • Katatare Prajapati (Butterfly on the Barbed Wire, 1989)
  • Khun O Bhalobasa (Murder and Love, 1990)
  • Kalketu and Fullora (1992)
  • Bhalobasa Pritilata (Love, Pritilata, 1992)
  • Tanaparen (Warp and Woof, 1994)
  • Gaayatree Sondhya (The Pious Evening, Part I, -1994, Part-II, 1995; Part-III, 1996)
  • Dipanwita (Endowed with Light, 1997)
  • Juddha (War, 1998)
  • Lara (2000)
  • Kathkoilar Chhobi (A Portrait in Charcoal 2001)
  • Mohinir Biye (2002) (Mohini's Wedding)
  • Anobic Andhar (2003)
  • Ghumkature Ishwar (2004)
  • Morger Neelpakhi (2005)
  • Opekkha (2007)
  • Deener Roshite Gitthu (2007)
  • Mati-O-Shosshyer Bunon (2007)
  • Purno Chobir Mognota (2008)
  • Vumi-O-Kushum (2010)
  • Jomuna Nodir Mushayra (2011)
  • Gachtir Chaya Nai (2012)
  • Sonali Dumur (2012)
  • Auguster Ekrat (2013)

Awards[edit]

  • Dr. Muhammad Enamul Huq Gold Medal (1969)
  • Bangla Academy Award (1980)
  • Alaol Literary Award (1981)
  • Kamar Mushtari Memorial Prize (1987)
  • Philips Literary Prize (1994)
  • Alakta Literary Award (1994)
  • D.Litt from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata (2010)
  • Rabindra Smriti Puraskar by IIPM. New Delhi (2010)
  • Ekushey Podak 2009
  • Surma Choudhury Memorial Award by IIPM New Delhi (2011)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Selina Hossain". loc.gov. Retrieved 15 July 2012. 

External links[edit]