Anis Choudhury

Anis Choudhury (1929-1990) made his literary debut in the nineteen-forties, a decade that witnessed the beginnings of a modern movement in art and literature in Bengal. He soon came to be counted among the handful of writers who excelled in more than one genre. He had a distinguished career in radio and television journalism and earned well-deserved popularity as a columnist, but it is as a creative writer that he has won a lasting place in the literary history of Bangladesh. As a short story writer, novelist and playwright he has given memorable expression to varied aspects of Bangladeshi life. He is equally sensitive to the texture of Bangladeshi society); the historical contradictions East Pakistan/Bangladesh has gone through, and the tensions and violent upheavals in politics.

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