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Pre-Partition era[ edit ] Before , events like Partition of Bengal in , Foundation of Muslim League in and Unification of Bengali in inspired the Muslim community of Dhaka to establish a new identity in the horizon of literature. Mohammad Najibar Rahman's Anowara was the first notable novel and it moved the whole Bengali Muslim community after publication. The main themes of most of the novels in this era were Muslim society, beliefs, and orthodoxy. In this time, for the first time the life of the Bengali farmers took an artistic delineation through Kazi Abdul Wadud's Nodibakshe Then Kazi Imdadul Huq sprinkled a new wave. His famous novel Abdullah was published in periodicals in and it came into book form in According to Biswajit Ghosh, this novel was a 'bourgeois and humanitarian revolt against devotion to Peers, religious dogmas, purdah-system and disparity between Ashraf and Atraf'. He afterwards continued with his own style and wrote Prodip O Patongo and Shahoshika It is well accepted that this type of psychological approach was a first attempt in novels of Bangladesh, though not for the first time in Bengali novels. A progressive novelist Humayun Kabir wrote an English novel, Rivers and Women, which was published in The Bengali form was published in by the name of Nodi O Nari.

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How does this content violate the Lulu Membership Agreement? A serious poet, essayist and literary researcher Abdul Mannan Syed published his first novel Pariprekshter Dasdashi in Hasnat Abdul Hye, arrived with his Suprobhat Bhalobasa.

By now he has written at least twenty novels. Along with his other novels he has introduced a different form of novels called biographical. Sultan, Ekjon Aaroj Ali and Novera are example of this form.

All of these novels are based on the biographical sketches of giant Bangali characters. Rizia Rahman's Uttar Purush came in black and white in She wrote some fifteen novels in the eighties.

Her voluminous Bongo Theke Bangla is an epic composition about the past culture and heritage of Bangali nation. Bashir al-Helal's Kalo Elish was published in In the eighties, Bangladeshi novel got some senior writers who wrote novels for the first time along with some promising young ones.

Among the earlier writers Abubakar Siddique's Jalarakshas and Kharadaha appeared with much novelty. His important later novel is Ekatturer Hridoybhashma. Makbula Manjoor started in the late years of the sixties, but most of her novels came out in the eighties and nineties. Kaler Mondira is one of her most notable work. Rahat Khan wrote novels about middle class city people, their joys and sorrows, love and separation.

Akhtaruzzaman Elias , one of the most artistic but least productive writers, wrote only two novels. He has started his journey with Chilekothar Sepai. His most prestigious work Khoabnama , which came out in , is considered a milestone in the history of Bengali novels.

Another senior novelist Abu Ishaque 's second novel Padmar Palidwip was published in , after thirty-one years of his debut novel Surjo Dighal Bari.

Appearance and disappearance of Chars strip of sandy land , their effect on nearby humanity etc. Haripada Datta is also a worthy name. His two-volume novel Ojogor Vol. I , Vol. II chronicles the recent past history very remarkably. His previous novels are Eshane Ognidaho and Ondhokupe Janmothsob.

In he wrote an epic volume titled Jonmo Jonmantor. From the early years of the eighties, the arrival of some young novelists who, later on, obtained enough popularity, was heard. Magic realism, which is a recent trend of the Latin American novels, takes place in Shahidul Zahir's narration. The last decade of twentieth century is comparatively fruitful for Bangladeshi novels. Al Mahmud 's novelistic exposition, Bipradas Barua's Buddhist life, Humayun Azad 's brave creations, Akimun Rahman's novels about womanhood, Nasreen Jahan 's novels of magic realism, Shamsuddin Abul Kalam 's historic work Kanchongram is few mark of this decade.

Syed Shamsul Haq 's masterpiece Bristi O Bidrohigon, published in , is a milestone on the past heritage and liberation war. Humayun Azad commenced his novelist carrier with Chhappanno Hajar Borgomile in , which was a courageous slap on martial law and dictatorship.

In no time the novel brought its writer much name and popularity.

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Mohammad Nurul Huda , a renowned poet, had also two attempts in novel. Excepting Janmajati and Moinpahar he did not make any third attempt.

Akimun Rahman is the first novelist ever in Bengali language in whose writing the untold and unknown secrets of womanhood are getting tongue. Another notable novelist is Nasreen Jahan. Her first novel Urukku arrived with much appreciation.

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