Dilara Hashem

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Dilara Hashim
দিলারা হাশেম
Born 1936 (age 81–82)
Occupation novelist
Awards Bangla Academy Literary Award

Dilara Hashem (Bengali: দিলারা হাশেম; born 1936) is a modern Bangladeshi author and novelist.[1]

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • Ghar Mon Janala (Houses, Hearts and Windows, 1965)
  • Ekoda Ebong Ananto (Once and Ever, 1975)
  • Stabdhatar Kane Kane (Whispering to Silence, 1977)
  • Amlokir Mou (The Sweet from the Bitterest, 1978)
  • Badami Bikeler Galpo (Stories of a Brown Afternoon, 1983);
  • Kaktaleya (Coincident, 1985)
  • Mural (1986)
  • Shankho Korat (Horns of a Dilemma 1995)
  • Anukta Padaboli (Unspoken Verses, 1998)
  • Sador Andor (Outer and Inner Part, 1998)
  • Setu (Bridge, 2000)

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Heil, Alan L., Jr. (2006) Voice of America: A History, Columbia University Press, ISBN 978-0231126755, p. 297