Raskin Bond & # 39; s novels, like photographs. They give us a picture in a moment, almost like a camera flash. With Bond, each story is also experience. There are two ways in which these events have been deployed; First, based on the experience of Bond as a boy, and secondly, due to his experience as an adult. Experience may be some fleeting incident of life, of course, remembered, though; or it may simply be a vision, a glimpse, if fleeting connection occurs.
In Woman on platform number 8 for example, is simply a woman who is suddenly his mother as a boy, to fuss over it, and it becomes become preserved in the memory of the child, in The Coral tree on the other hand, where he was a grown man, just the experience of climbing a tree makes him nostalgic thinking about his grandfather & # 39; house and he suddenly craves childhood.
There are two categories in which Bond & # 39; s novels can be divided. Firstly, it is the memory and the memory. Bond pen down past when he was a child and which he remembers as an adult. These memories and experiences and childhood memories of the past or present experience, such that nothing happens to them.
The second category is a & # 39 are narratives where something happens. In both cases, Bond informed, clearly and immediately, so that the experience is transferred to us in its most original self. Again, an experience which he puts down, it's much more versatile; the boys who play cricket in photo he remembers when he was a boy of ten.
In order to take a commemoration or experience first; some features clearly appear as the author of their pens. That's idiosyncrasies from the old, which draws Bond when his grandmother looking at the photo of a little girl in photos again and stubbornly refuses to reveal the identity of the girl. Nothing happens in the story, except for the last remarks grandmother, who keeps us guessing what it might be her own accord. This story falls under the first category. Many other stories fall into this category. There are some odd sixty-five stories about Bond & # 39; s, of which some selected stories can be commented on. Under the categories of memories, especially in history as The Window Man, that was Kipling guardian angel, Prospect colors, face in the dark, cherry wood and so on.
In Window Bond remembers the window simply because of the vision given; mocking meeting with Kipling in person who Kipling or just the sadness of life itself, as in The Guardian Angel . In this story, Bond is a grotesque truth of their customers pleasant Aunt Mirium at night, the sorrow of her life, and a broken piece of a guardian angel that stand as her tombstone. This tombstone is stored and remains in memory of the reader. Some features arise from such stories; There are quite often encounterers with little girls, when Bond was also a boy, or a meeting with a grandmother's or women loving parent figures who could be my aunt or teacher. In Night Train in Deoli is just a meeting with the girl, and then, as the train moves, it passes as a figure. In Prospect flowers have Miss Mackenzie and just talk to the flowers. Face in the dark as the story of a teacher. Little girls appear in Madhu & # 39; I and Binya passes . In My father & # 39; s Trees in Dera nothing happens, except that the trees are aligned, and that they will grow the fun of it. Somewhat similar to the & # 39 is the subject of The Cherry Tree. As Time Goes By again commemoration of the pool in which Bond and his buddies used to play and enjoy the boys. With a small certainly nostalgic and bitter moments of landing cherries and friendship with Prem Singh. The most striking example of stories in which a is 39 & # commemoration experience somewhere Girl from Copenhagen having intimate start & # 39; We do not promises- letters or meetings again. Either way, our relationship seemed complete and all … & # 39;
Before proceeding to the telling of the story, one could see in passing on some of the short stories, there are three particular stories of this kind: Panther & # 39; s Moon  Time stops at Shamli and Dust on Mount with the same characteristics as in the stories. In the first Panther killed the author & # 39; th one Bisnu and obvious excitement of the village is made up; the second is, once again experience with trees and nostalgia for childhood. Dust on Mount to 39 & # is a picture dust choking mines and car & # 39; erav. too, it does not seem nothing in these stories happened, except the experience of the pen down. The first story, but this story brings us to the descriptive.
In Thief for example, the author of a & # 39 is a thief and operate told. Death Familiar from the & # 39 is the story of the murder of his friend Sunil. There is a rather grotesque cost monkeys Monkeys who killed to avenge the death of a friend in their gang. job well done with & # 39 is a storyteller, where Dukhi gardener major killing in Fighting he report on the Ranji & # 39; s struggle with the residents on the issue, not to obey the orders relative to swim in the pool. Tunnel again, it's just experience. In Going Home something happens, Daya Ram is back lost wallet, which he has lost or has been stolen on the train. Some of Bond & # 39; s stories revolve around the Tigers, who were his real-life experience, because he grew up in Dehradun. Cat Eyes and Tiger Tiger burning stories, where detailed descriptions of tigers are worth noting.
Ruskin Bond was also well known for its ghost stories. In ghost bike funny little girl becomes an adult. Another ghost story whispering in the dark while such stories He said it with a mouse & # 39; to whom is written in the key of a detective.
Whatever it may be, after reading the novel the reader Bond author's attitude seems to be, as shown before & # 39 ;. Full and all & # 39;
Source by Anuradha Basu