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THE SENSUALIST. It was nine o'clock. Night had fallen. There were stray lights in the village square. A few cabs still remained there. Their drivers sat huddled in. Bond, Ruskin. A Handful of Nuts, jointly with 'The Sensualist' (A. Cautionary Tale) in Strangers in the Night, 'two novellas', Penguin. Books of India, New Delhi. sensualist m 'The sensualist' seem to represent different aspects of life. In his stories love is presented as an enigma and each individual tries to resolve it in his.

When 'The Sensualist' was released as form of a serial , Ruskin Bond was charged for obscenity. Okay it happened in , i. But even now when I went through the reviews of this very book most of them were negative and the most common reason for negative review is that - how can RUSKIN BOND write a novella about an ex - sex addict?

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How can he explore the dark side of human psyche? Or the reader fears while reading because it strightly attacks one's inner darkness.

But it raises the eyebrows when Ruskin Bond writes about a self- confessed sex- addict. The book was very good by concept , by writing and by story. The book was an excellent exploit into the dark side of the human psyche.

Through protagonist's addiction the author efficiently striked the dark side exists in each and every human being. Bond has successfully implied that darkness makes one blind yet it is fascinating and by time a person escapes darkness and it's fascination, that person is destroyed by then.

She wanted, perhaps, to show her feminine independence, to override class distinctions and the despotism of her family.

And a pliable imagination persuaded her, we must suppose, for a brief moment, that Fyodor Pavlovitch, in spite of his parasitic position, was one of the bold and ironical spirits of that progressive epoch, though he was, in fact, an ill-natured buffoon and nothing more.

To attach himself to a good family and obtain a dowry was an alluring prospect. This was, perhaps, a unique case of the kind in the life of Fyodor Pavlovitch, who was always of a voluptuous temper, and ready to run after any petticoat on the slightest encouragement.

She seems to have been the only woman who made no particular appeal to his senses. Immediately after the elopement Adelaida Ivanovna discerned in a flash that she had no feeling for her husband but contempt.

The marriage accordingly showed itself in its true colours with extraordinary rapidity. Although the family accepted the event pretty quickly and apportioned the runaway bride her dowry, the husband and wife began to lead a most disorderly life, and there were everlasting scenes between them.

It was said that the young wife showed incomparably more generosity and dignity than Fyodor Pavlovitch, who, as is now known, got hold of all her money up to twenty five thousand roubles as soon as she received it, so that those thousands were lost to her forever.

The little village and the rather fine town house which formed part of her dowry he did his utmost for a long time to transfer to his name, by means of some deed of conveyance.With The Sensualist, Ruskin Bond has ventured away from his stylist fiction that has won him tonnes of admirers from all age and strata of society.

The oddest book from the Bond stable, where the grand old man is not-so-old and relates a semi-autobiographical tale of carnal desires that I'm sure would have made Khushwant Singh sit up and take notice on publication.

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Mar 18, Suman rated it liked it. If I had gone with any of them, a second picture would have been imposed on the first and dimmed its splendor. Amazing story of a man who later becomes a Ascetic..

Preview — The Sensualist by Ruskin Bond. But he takes you to the hills and mountains which is absolutely inescapable Van Dusen takes great liberties when quoting, citing, and translating his sources, both ancient and modern.

One of the worst works I've read