This book is a collection of poetry based on human frailties and follies. The characters in the poems are chosen from the society in which the writer lives, but anyone reading the poems can relate to what the subject matter and content has to offer. Life is full of spice, and one comes across new situations every day. Some of those day-to-day matters have found place here. Even the most trivial matter has been highlighted in a way to show how human beings react in different situations and how they would expect to cope with them. The writer/poet is from Bangladesh who feels quite at ease writing in English. There is simplicity of language and style, and it breaks free from the norms of traditional poetry. One can feel at one with the characters portrayed here. The characters have been presented vividly and would appeal to the sense and imagination without any conscious effort on the part of the reader.
A completely revised edition of World War I Aviation Books in English: An Annotated Bibliography (Scarecrow, 1987), this work contains annotated listings of aviation books in French, German and Italian as well as a greatly expanded section of books in English covering the period from 1914 to 1994. Contains 4,217 listings and many previously unpublished photographs.
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