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Read online Book Of Humour.pdf PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Book Of Humour A delectable offering from a writer who not only knows how to make us laugh but also knows how to laugh at himself Playful tigers ghosts elephants crows and old favourites like Uncle Ken Miss Bun the author s slightly eccentric grandfather and Bond himself weave in and out of the pages of this wildly eclectic thoroughly delightful and absolutely irresistible anthology featuring previously unpublished pieces like Respect Your Breakfast and Uncle Ken Goes to Sea as well as beloved classics from Bond s books Marked by the signature charm and subtle wit of one of India s best loved writers Ruskin Bond s Book of Humour will make even the hardened among us crack a smile by Ruskin Bond

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Book Of Humour
Title:Book Of Humour
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Category:Humor, Fiction
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A collection of short stories on small town life by one of India s novelists, A Flight of Pigeons by Ruskin Bond br br The Novel starts with the death of the father of Ruth Labadoor in front of her eyes in a church This murder is committed by the Indian rebels who are a part of the mutiny and who have decided to kill all the Britishers of the small town Shahjahanpur It is then that Mariam Labadoor who is the mother of the narrator Ruth Labadoor comes into action She takes their entire family of to their trusted friend Lala Ramjimal who keeps them at his home and gives them the maximum security and shelter he can give The Pathan leader Javed Khan comes to know that there are a few foreigners living in Lala s home and he suddenly comes into their house and forcefully takes away Ruth and Mariam Labadoor to his home The rest of the book is followed by the various happening in the Labadoor family who are very warmly welcomed by different family members of Javed Khan But Javed Khan himself is a cunning man and he pleads to marry Ruth Labadoor Mariam saves her daughter many times as she does not want her to marry Javed Khan She keeps a condition that if the British are able to take on the country once again then she would not let him marry her daughter and if they lose to the rebels then she would give her daughter to him The British are able to take hold of the country and Javed Khan is killed in one of the fights with the British With lots of help and support the Labadoor family finally reach their relatives, An enchanting collection of stories from the little known heartland of India br br Ruskin Bond s characters who live for the most part in the country s small towns and villages are not the sort who make the headlines but are nonetheless remarkable for their quiet heroism their grace under pressure and the manner in which they continue to cleave to the old values honesty fidelity a deep rooted faith in God family and their neighbor They do have problems of course the sudden death of a loved parent unfulfilled dreams natural calamities ghostly visitations a respected teacher gone crooked strangers who make a nuisance of themselves in a town marooned in time but these are solved with a minimum of fuss and tremendous dignity Taken together these stories are a magnificent evocation of real India by one of the country s foremost, The Room on the Roof is Ruskin Bond s masterpiece of adolescence and coming of age Written when the author was seventeen it brilliantly describes the hopes and passions that capture young minds and hearts A moving tale of love and friendship it has endured as Bond s most beloved novel