Tales from Firozsha Baag
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Tales From Firozsha Baag is a collection of 11 short stories by Rohinton Mistry about the residents of Firozsha Baag, a Parsi-dominated apartment complex in Mumbai (formerly Bombay). Mistry's first book, it was published by Penguin Canada in 1987. Although all the stories deal with the same location, many were written without the aim of being collected in the same volume.
- "Auspicious Occasion"
- "One Sunday"
- "The Ghost of Firozsha Baag"
- "Condolence Visit"
- "The Collectors"
- "Of White Hairs and Cricket"
- "The Paying Guests"
- "Lend Me Your Light"
- "Swimming Lessons"
- 1983 First Prize, Hart House Literary Contest for "One Sunday" (short story)
- 1984 First Prize, Hart House Literary Contest for "Auspicious Occasion" (short story)
- 1985 Annual Contributors' Prize, Canadian Fiction Magazine
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