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Book Source: Digital Library of India Item pixia-club.info: Maitreyee pixia-club.infoioned. Na Hanyate, or It Does Not Die, is a novel written in by Maitreyi Devi, an Indian poet and Maitreyi Devi's father came to know about the book during his Europe tour and Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version . Na Hanyate book. Read 79 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. 'In two novels written forty years apart, a man and a woman tell stories.
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The only thing I didn't like about this book is the fact that it should be a love story, it should be about Mircea 'Euclid' as she states a few times , yet all she talks about is herself. Actually, it's funny that right after she says that she won't say that much abou It took me a while to read this and now I don't remember much, so I don't know what to say Actually, it's funny that right after she says that she won't say that much about her life, as 'Euclid' is the hero here, there is about half a book about her and his name is not even mentioned.
Also, you can't tell that she's in love until she says she is, and it's totally surprising because there is no sign of such a thing. Well, at least after reading this book I don't blame 'Allan' from 'Maitreyi' so much From his letters I realize that he had tried I still don't think very highly of him, though.
I really enjoyed the last conversation because after all those years he had reached a level similar to hers and they finally understand each other's minds.
Also, I like the fact that the Indian terms are explained at the end of the book. If you want to read this as an insight into Indian culture it's really interesting and thought-provoking.The book would have come out at about the time that she was born.
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A wonderful book to consider for a Valentine's Day theme, which is the reason we read it in our Literary Group. Eliade was an influential and popular scholar of religion, and his students at Chicago, including I believe Wendy Doniger who told me that she learned Romanian just to read this book in the original , pushed for the companion volumes to be published, perhaps as argument and rebuttal, for certainly Maitreyi was in part inspired to write her book as a rebuttal to his, some 40 years later See A Terrible Hurt.
In the book, however, it seems that Eliade embellished a little the extent of his intimacy with Maitreyi, whether for literary effect or for reasons of personal pride.