Telugu Galpo Sangraha Bangla Translated ebook pdf file
ebook name- Telugu Galpo Sangraha
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The story has started from the beginning of human life. Literature started with the story, other elements in literature have come later. Today’s fiction is as modern, its history is as so old. The history of the novel is recent times rather than the story or chronicle. Literature has to move forward with the advancement of human life. The form of change in order of Telugu-speaking public life which is enhanced the Telugu story. Mahakabi Gurajada Apparao is glorious of Telugu literature who is the first pioneer of story writing in Telugu language. The history of the Telugu story is not too old. The main source of this new-fashioned compose style is the example of western literature. This composition-craft keeps enchanted to the reader. Some of the most famous story-tellers have presented their latest experiment story writings to the readers from the beginning to modern times. The artwork of the modern Telugu story is seen in the story- ‘Sthalipulakabyo’. From the time of Gurajada till the modern era, the evolution of the Telugu story as the background of the story, the style of writing, artistry and language has has greatly enhanced enough. The stories are now much more dynamic and symmetrical. The stories that have been found in this collection among them the diversity of the Telugu story has emerged. The story of Telugu is not uninviting compared to domestic or inland stories. From this compilation, the readers get a little familiarity with the nature and genre of Telugu stories. There are twenty seven stories in this book. The beginning of this collection with Gopichand’s story And It’s over with Narla Chiranjeevi’s story.
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