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The novel explores life in rural Bengal , the realities of the Zamindari system that was responsible for much of the social inequalities in Bengal, as well as the changes in social perceptions with time. The novel was written and published in various versions between and In , it was first appeared in a shorter version in a special annual Durga festival issue of Anandabazar Patrika. Later, the novel was expanded and revised over the following five years, appearing in several editions during that time.

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To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Ben Baer. It dramatizes a problem of literary representation—how to tell the tale of a subaltern group—as a reflection on the transformation of tale into written novel across an abyssal social divide.

His translation of of a newly independent India. The dedication, mix. The Bengali cre- a subject. Here its aberrant or apabhrangsa status the stories of a disappearing world. Nor is this Stoler Miller. The moment preserving the trace of that response. A broad sketch of lonial independence struggle in eastern India. Elwin vehemently munity. When the villagers hear a terrifying claimed firstness for the aboriginals, empha- sound coming from the jungle, differing in- sizing their autochthony to the extent of pro- terpretations of its meaning divide them.

War progresses, as an assertion of empirical priority because making increasingly visible the fault lines in it can never be known who was really origi- the village. Bon- my own person. The fatal intergenerational conflict plete the process of mourning that this loss between Bonwari and Karali articulates the should entail. The internal glos- Karali is the figure of a subalternity sary dramatizes the ghostly presence of the brought into contact with the cutting edge unfamiliar within the familiar, of story within of capitalist development—the war machine.

Chatterjee writes: labor and British military structure. Suchand and Bonwari. The place where the word that it records or preserves a society that is appears most frequently in Sanskrit is the disappearing, and that it makes accessible a extensive commentaries attached to the clas- singular kind of language in a more general sical literary, legal, technical, and philosophi- space. Thus, the of plot with glosses of the meaning of words.

Its in future elaborations of reading and writing. The oper- the novel. The novel itself. The event mantic and syntactic physiognomy of the that occurs is thus the encounter not of two clause. These two elements, creole and the glos- comes sense. This scene of mul- in every clause of the glossary. In an im- the middle, swerving from its implied course. After a flood that washed away the into at least two alternative trajectories.

In the Criminal Tribe under colonial semifeudal- closing moments, the possibility of an other ism. The Kahars go from being armed muscle scene of meaning is powerfully staged, and the glossary is retrospectively reframed. The creole glossary is again narrative, knotting the text around itself. Barthes — Some of the listeners hear appears as a performance, as the novel itself the beginning, some the middle, and some Austin; Derrida. The performative necessar- the end.

Meaning they hear a bit, then get ily engenders, as it transgresses, an institu- up and leave. The old woman tells it to her- tional setting, a collectivity of some kind. The self. The passage establishes passed on to an indefinite future by being set an infinitesimally condensed retrospective out in another frame, another story form as frame narrative that stages the inheritance of glossary structure. The narrator or reader is in- who wants the tale of Hansuli Turn to be pre- vited to enter into the performance of the tale served, written, and therefore generalized for and thereby to engender future performances unknown others, and the novel itself, whose elsewhere: the space of literacy, of educated title is The Tale of Hansuli Turn.

In the pro- society and the mainstream public sphere. The literary a main story. Das 15, 21—22 , a nationally specific narrative line as a digression or as an open- literary structure equivalent to the European ing onto an entirely different narrative space novel: its modernity, its realism, its concern Goldman.

An ancient subaltern mer, crowbar, pickax. The story is one of meaning ing with the collectivities it generates. Quit India was one of the great- is held open by a melancholia whose sign is est counterpublic manifestations of the official the glossing mechanism.

Even Bonwari looks. Ah, wartime, nously fair. These cal weapon but tried to ensure their instru- sexual relations give rise to the creole gen- mentalized nonparticipation, and in spite of erations that make up the Kahars. In the next passage, way. It is a matter such historically frozen relations. Chan- does the biological or reproductive ground of dals at the cremation grounds. If the Kahar women stayed modest, the caste system it enables and alienates that who would soak up the evil of the gentry— system from its ground.

The Kahar neigh- where would it go? Kahar women are of families and other communal collectivities. The difference between the Criminal the caste fatalism of the lowest and recodes the Tribe and the nontribal hangs on such a par- bad side of caste segregation as a good—is sus- tition.

In this scenario of ex- lines of those partitions engender ever more treme functionalist caste separation, woman is creolity and ever more rigid and violent at- allotted her place too: to soak up the sins of the tempts to suppress it. Unless otherwise indicated, all translations this rule: through her body the impure caste are mine. I have not given conventional e. Intimately linked to the response when spoken.

Although figurations of caste permeate much co- with an attempt to excise its many Persian and Arabic lexi- lonial fiction in the north of the subcontinent, untouch- cal elements, as well as to regularize grammatical forms. Meenakshi Mukherjee has S. A comparative study would be worth undertaking. The word dalit did not become ferent considerations of the relation of the glossary to the a current, militant appellation for the old untouchable or main textual body.

Many Indian novels mark a similar affiliation rial linguistic competence. Examples of attempts to verify with preexisting narrative or lyric forms by adopting the latter are Ives; Schneider and Wagner. In such studies, generic names as titles. Some famous Bengali examples the literary staging of dialect creoles, pidgins, etc.

As will become Imagined Communities. One must look at language not only Verso, Dhaka: Munir Chaudhuri, How to Do Things with Words. Cambridge: developed for this novel does not occur in other works by Harvard UP, Philip Mason. Meenakshi Mukher- Oxford UP, New Delhi: Sahitya Akademi, Galanter, Marc. Classes in India. Berkeley: U of California P, Round Table Conference Second— London.

Kolkata: Paschim- Minorities Committee. London: HMSO, Ghurye, G. The Scheduled Tribes. Bombay: Popular ———. Poetics of Relation. Betsy Wing. Kolkata: Mitra, Bhrgus of the Mahabharata. New York: Columbia UP, ———. Subaltern Studies. Harder, Hans.

Richard Miller. Stuart H. Blackburn and Vasudha Dalmia.

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Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay. Translated by Ben Conisbee Baer. Add to Cart. A terrifying sound disturbs the peace of Hansuli Turn, a forest village in Bengal, and the community splits as to its meaning. Does it herald the apocalyptic departure of the gods or is there a more rational explanation?

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