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To Each his Stranger Aj˝eya To Each His Stranger revolves around two complex characters who are trapped under an avalanche deep in the mountains. They have their differences, yet they have to resolve them in an amicable way as there is no escape from each other for the entire winter. As they spend more time together, they begin to understand one another. Selma is an old woman, who seems to have become apathetic to her own plight as she suffers from cancer. On the other hand, Jokke, is a young woman, who has a fiery temper, which she is occasionally tempted to take out on Selma. At times, she is tolerant of her and they make each other happy and calm. The prolific author has woven the interplay of diametrically opposite personalities and the hopelessness at the sense of entrapment like never before. Islands in the Stream Aj˝eya s Islands in the Stream or Nadi Ke Dwip questions the traditional convictions and focuses on the characters; their psychology as well as their relations with the society in a very poetic manner. The novel narrates the story of Bhuvan, a young free lancer, who after being bitten by intense love of Rekha, a socialite, joins the Second World War and does not even know if he would ever return alive to marry Gaura, the girl of Rekha s choice. The philosophy of the novel is that the greatest joy of life lies in the non-fulfillment rather than that of fulfillment ! Bhuvan, the central characters says, Let beautiful aspects remain beautiful! Do not touch them. They ll be spoiled .
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Sachidananda Hirananda Vatsyayan (7 March 1911 4 April 1987) was popularly known by his per name Aj˝eya . This gifted writer was one of the prominent exponents of the Nayi Kavita movement in modern Hindi Literature. Aj˝eya called the literary series, Tar Saptaks, and also started the famous Hindi weekly Dinman. He is the author of several novels, poetry collections, short stories and literary as well as journalistic essays. Aj˝eya translated some of his own books as well as of other Indian writers into English. He received the Sahitya Akademi Award (1964), the Jnanpith Award (1978) and the Golden Wreath Award for poetry (1983), among other honours.
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