The Best of Satyajit Ray by Satyajit RaySatyajit Rays stories can easily make efficient,workmanlike Twilight-Zonesque episodes if a show like the classic still exists.The tales are very weird,obviously inspired by Lovecraft and Poe,but there is no mention about them in the foreword.All the stories here are absolutely outlandish yet brilliantly executed. Dont go looking for coherence in the plots.It has been written with great care and each
story is effective in evoking a reaction in the readers minds.My personal favourites were Anath Babus Terror,an atmospheric little horror short story that is actually quite weird and creepy,and Barin Bhowmicks ailment,which though not a supernatural story,has such a delicious helping of irony
that O Henry would have certainly been proud of it.
Workbook Answers/Solution of Fritz - Satyajit Ray
Long answer questions. Q1. Do you think that the story 'Fritz' is readable? What makes it interesting? Ans. Satyajit story is readable, do not.
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Read this article to know about the summary and analysis of Fritz by Satyajit Ray. Jayanto informs him that he has previously visited Bundi. Every part of the place has so much history and stories buried within it. The hallowed workmanship and architecture of Rajput kingdoms of yore are stamped all over Bundi and with extension Rajasthan. His eyes are hypnotized by its pristine beauty and strength.
In Fritz by Satyajit Ray we have the theme of memory, innocence, worry, control, letting go, friendship, fear and conflict. Taken from his The Collected Short Stories collection the story is narrated in the first person by a man called Shankar and after reading the story the reader realises that Ray may be exploring the theme of memory. Jayanto can remember when he was a child and he visited Bundi. Throughout the story he recalls incidents of his time in Bundi telling Shankar not only about the deodar tree but about Fritz as well. For Jayanto the time he spent in Bundi when he was a child is mostly a happy and innocent time. Apart from when Fritz was torn apart by two dogs.
The memory of Jayanto has been presented in broad outline. Jayanto went to Bundi in Rajasthan with his father when he was a mere child of six and he retained his memories in his mind which helped him to relive the past by comparing the new Bundi with the old one. On reaching Bundi with his friend Shankar, Some of the memories of his childhood days spent in the same circuit house 31 years ago came crowding in his mind. He was feeling nostalgic. Slowly and silently he started recalling the doll gifted to him by his uncle.