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Bengali Prose in Early Twentieth Century
Bengali prose in early twentieth century saw the compilation of a number of important works of literary importance which continue to be popular to the day. One of the most popular writers of the time was Sarat Chandra Chatterjee whose works have been translated into different languages and continue to be popularly read even today.
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