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Feluda Somogro-2 Book Info
- Book name: Feluda Somogro-2
- Author Name: Satyajit Ray
- Book series: Feluda
- Category: Somogro
- Total pages: 733
- PDF Size: 32 MB
Feluda Somogro-2 Book Review
Feluda Somogro-2 by Satyajit Ray is a story collection book of Feluda series. Satyajit Ray was born in Calcutta. The family of Satyajit Ray was exceptionally talented. Satyajit Ray was prominent in Bengali arts and letters. Ray was an infant when his father died. After he died his father, his mother brought him to her younger brother’s house. He studied art at Rabindranath Tagore’s University, after graduating from Presidency College, Calcutta. He also designed covers and illustrated books. Pather Panchali was one of these books editions of Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay’s novel, which was to become his first film. In 1947 Ray established the Calcutta Film Society.
During a six month trip to Europe in 1950, he managed to see 100 films, including Vittorio De Sica’s Ladri di Biciclette (1948), which much inspired him. He returned convinced that it was possible to make realist cinema and with an amateur crew he endeavored to prove this to the world. As the second part of the Feluda omnibus collection that I have read, it shows Feluda as a more mature and established investigator. From encounters with Meghraj to his escapades in Hong Kong and London, Feluda emerges as a master sleuth. Like the previous collection, stories are narrated from Tapesh’s point of view, Lalmohan Babu is hilarious, and Feluda doesn’t fail to intrigue his fans.
Notwithstanding the simple storytelling and clean plots, Feluda has been a delight. Feluda, The Bengali Sherlock, is undoubtedly the 2nd best Bengali detective character, 1st is Byomkesh Bakshi. Satyajit Ray is no doubt, a brilliant story writer, And all his stories Feluda, Sonku, and short stories are an excellent piece of work. It is pointless to give a review of his works, as all Bengali readers are familiar with Satyajit Ray’s work.
This was one of the better Sherlock Holmes spin-offs, complete with a Dr. Watson, but I found it too late. I would have enjoyed it back in my school days. But being wiser with age, several readings of original Sherlock Holmes, and exposure to more sophisticated suspense thrillers, I couldn’t find a fascination in it.