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गोदानE fiction of India Hori is an immortal character symbolic of the peasantry of this country 16th Enlarged editio. I am totally blown away by Premchand's dexterity in handling characters So many characters but not one is stereotyped or made to look like a caricature All the major ones change over the course of the novel with the circumstances and reveal new sides to them He does not try to garner insincere pity for the peasants nor does he completely demonize the zamindars and other rich people It is the unencumbered life energy the medley of emotions and experiences that runs from page to page And Premchand is sure a wise philosopher He does not create a clash of viewpoints and then leave the scene as has been the fashion of late he shows the direction and reveals his convictions regarding the values that are worth living for slogging for and dying forThis novel makes the arguments given by proponents of magic realism look lame As Namvar Singh put it the genre does not help with the aim of revealing the insides of the nations Other ed by their colonizers It only redoubles the mystification No reality is ordinary or extraordinary to deserve either realism or magic realism to do justice to its uniueness Realism is not dull if the writer has an eye for cutting right to the soul of things I must put in a word of praise for the translation by Gordon C Roadarmel Some Hindi novels do feel weak when read in English The dichotomy between the world of the novel and the cultural import of the language creates an awkwardness when the reader creates mental impressions of the story in the reading experience Maybe they are simply a matter of bad translation or maybe it is But in this translation I did not feel English caused much damage definitely not so much to look irksome

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Which he has created the characters here particularly that of Hori are unparalleled and unsurpassed in the whol. Lots of typos n grammatical mistakes in the English translationwill try to get my hands onto the original hindi versionbut nonetheless painful n true portrayal of rural life in India

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CHARACTERS ↠ गोदान Ø Gaodan a story of stark realism is Premchand's most outstanding novel The realism artistry and tenderness with which he has created the characters here particularly that of Hori are unparalleled and unsurpassed in the whole fiction of India Hori is an immortal character symbolic of the peasantry of this country 16th EnlGaodan a story of stark realism is Premchand's most outstanding novel The realism artistry and tenderness with. No words of mine can describe the greatness of this novelAll i can remember isi was inconsolably crying when i finished reading this novel without even realizing that i was actually cryingI am a modern girl hailing from a metro citynever in my life have i been to a village i have never seen farmshave never met any Peasentrealization of there existence in this world had never before occurred to mei had often heard the news of farmers committing suicideI had seen Rahul Gandhi speaking for the rights of farmersi never bothered to get into depth of the issuei was ignorant towards the matter and towards the farmersSo when my dad suggested me to read this novel for a moment i thought how could a novel set on the backdrop of a village and based on the life of people who are in a way completely aliens to me and in whose life i have no interest appeal methen i thoughti should give it a tryi had heard enough about Shree Munshi PremChand This reason was enough for me to give it a shotAnd to my greatest amazement i lost the touch with reality while reading the bookthe village became my home the people seemed to me my own neighbours their problems were mineWhen they were hungery i too could feel hungerwhen they felt coldi too could feel myself shivering in my warm uilti could dream like Hori d innocent farmeri could feel like DhaniyaHori's wife strongest and kindest woman i have ever knownit was like i was one of themwhat do i tellAll i can say isI have not read iti have lived it