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The Mind Canvas : Essays

By Subba, Nawa Raj

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Title: The Mind Canvas : Essays  
Author: Subba, Nawa Raj
Volume:
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature
Collections: Literature, Authors Community
Historic
Publication Date:
2021
Publisher: Hamro Idea P. Ltd, Biratnagar, Morang, Nepal
Member Page: Nawa Raj Subba

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Subba, N. R. (2021). The Mind Canvas. Retrieved from http://www.self.gutenberg.org/


Description
To share memoir and random encounters, Nawa Raj Subba has chosen to write essays 'The Mind Canvas.' The art of expressing one's thoughts to the reader may be different. An essay is an easy genre to keep the exact details of the incident. The main character shares the experiences and experiences gained from that. The writer is the witness of what he has experienced and seen. He tried to write an essay by realizing he should speak honestly. He realized the composition may or may not match the traditional definition and format of the prose. However, Subba simply introduces an essay to the literary world.

Summary
(A) Subba's language is clear and straightforward to understand. They have presented anything fearlessly. (B) The topics that Subba tackles are current and essential. His essays are about what Nepal and the rest of the world are going through and seeing right now. (C) All essays are unique in some way, including memoirs, autobiographies, studies, features, articles, poems, and stories. (D) Each essay includes not only personal experience but also confession and eternal truths. (E) The writer has used appropriate Nepali proverbs in the writings. (F) The author is well-versed in the lives, social customs, and habits of the hill people since he is from a remote district in Eastern Nepal. (G) There is no artificiality in any essay; everyone possesses naturalness, natural sensibility, and imaginative thought. (H) These essays defy the conventional concept of an essay, either explicitly or indirectly. (I) They have the rhythm of a mountain stream, an open sky in their minds, and a beautiful side of humanity. (J) These essays are intentionally or unconsciously influenced by journalism in that they are published as newspaper columns or reproduced in newspapers. The Essays have a successful presentation of the close relationship between journalism and literature.

Excerpt
People with disabilities need rights, not mercy. (Picture of New Nepal) The picture is also literature. (Poems in the picture) A picture can be as sweet as a poem and as deep as an epic. (Poems expressed in the picture) To live, people have to be tough from time to time. (A tribute to a Limbu woman) I also understand the meaning of the throne grown in flowers. (A tribute to a Limbu woman) To live, one needs not only friends but also enemies. (Life, the quest for a country and musical life)

Table of Contents
Table of Contents PUBLISHER’S NOTE 4 THE ESSAYS IN CONTEXT 5 Welcome to The Mind Canvas 14 Table of Contents 15 Picture of New Nepal 16 Poems expressed in the Pictures 18 A tribute to a Limbu Woman 20 Maternal forms 22 Vendor Women 24 Hakpare music 25 Life, the quest for a country, and musical life 27 My first Teacher Jantare Sir 29 A pair of pigeons 30 Thank you! Dharavasi, thank you! 32 Jadau Dahal Yagya Nidhi! 34 The honest literary writer 37 Society Expectation for Authors 38 The telephone and tongue 40 The sensitivity of humans to animals 42 Lekhnath Library Chandragadhi Jhapa 44 Song of Cuckoo Bird’s in Bangkok 46 Memory Overflow Pradhanaba 48 Realization and experience 50 Baldness 52 The writer's Biodata 54

 
 



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