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Author Begamudré, Ven, 1956- author.

Title The teller from the tale [Hoopla electronic resource] / Ven Begamudré.

Publication Info. [United States] : Radiant Press, 2020.
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Summary In The Teller from the Tale, award winning author Ven Begamudré spins three stories in a masterful blend of myth and realism. In "Amar's Gift," a magical sculptor observes a princess, though it is forbidden for commoners to do so, and is determined to marry her. A father narrates a story called "Rainbow Knights" to his children every evening. Seven knights and their sister are offered to a fisherman and his wife, who have lost their only son to the god of the sea. The family travels to a bleak island cursed by a sorceress on their quest to rescue their missing child. "Sushila Is at Home," is a mystical, powerful tale about a bio-mathematician who ponders the choices she has made in her life since leaving India for North America, as the gods lounge on her sofa and provide commentary. Part two is the delightful re-telling of an Indian folktale, about a young widow who tricks the God of the Dead into returning her husband.
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Subject Short stories, Canadian.
East Indians -- Canada -- Fiction.
Electronic books.
Added Author hoopla digital.
ISBN 9781989274279 (electronic bk.)
1989274277 (electronic bk.)
Music No. MWT13686458
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