The Grass Is Singing by Doris Lessing here is a translated book. This is an interesting book written by the author that contains the then political situation of 1940s Southern Rhodesia, which is Zimbabwe this modern day. The novel depicts the racial politics between Blacks and Whites. The exceptional depiction was an instant hit in Europe and the United States.
Doris Lessing or Doris May Lessing was a British-Zimbabwean novelist, born to British parents in Iran and lived there until 1925. After her parents moved to Southern Rhodesia, where she lived until 1949 before settling in London, England, she was awarded a Nobel Prize in 2007.
To say about the translator, Dr. Md. Mamunur Rahman is an English professor and a Scholar from Bangladesh. He has written many short stories and numberless articles. If you are interested in this book, read the book here for free online. To read the book offline, download the PDF file from here.