From the author: I find the small acts within my observation interesting enough to merit writing about. The little boy mending shoes by the roadside, the millionaire mill-owner who shows a rare form of kindness, birds who talk and beasts who donOCOt find a place in my collection of vignettes. My questing eye has roamed over the sordid and the sublime and found humor and pathos in everyday situations. Both scoundrel and hero are depicted here. Yet, unlike the camera, which does not lie, I have slanted my writings to show dignity and goodness, honor and faith. For an author bio, photo and a sample read visit bosonbooks.com.qStories and Essays Chandan Sen ... Unbeknown to us, the neighborhood kids had already gathered the news that there were two foreign Indian kids in the village, and they wanted to be friendly. ... There was first my best friend, Jim Eke, who went on to become General Manager of a big British firm doing business in Africa.
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