Thursday, September 10, 2015

Article in Dhaka Courier (Bangladesh), "Poetry and Prose of Confessions" by Mahfuz ul Hasib Chowdhury, includes stories by Richard Grayson

An article in Dhaka Courier (Bangladesh) today, September 10, 2015 – "Poetry and Prose of Confessions" by Mahfuz ul Hasib Chowdhury – includes a mention of stories by Richard Grayson alongside the work of Paulo Coehlo, Leo Tolstoy, J.M. Coetzee, Henry Miller, and Samuel Butler.
The article's final paragraph:
Paulo Coelho expressed his feelings about the ups and downs, breezy and bumpy days of his life in his autobiographic book Confessions of a Pilgrim. Leo Tolstoy’s book Boyhood is a confessional work with a lot of recollections from the author’s life as a child in Russian countryside. Some stories by Richard Grayson also contain a leaning towards confessions. J. M. Coetzee’s novel Foe and Henry Miller’s Tropic of Cancer are also regarded as confessional books by some analysts. Samuel Butler’s novel The Way of All Flesh may be placed on this list too.

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