Par Nur ALOM

Thème : Poésie

Date de publication : 09/06/2021

Firefly celebrates in poetry the land and country of Bangladesh, with all its beauty and flaws. He calls on the country to give itself a story of honor, respect and celebration, and to build and strengthen its culture and identity. He examines everything from the beauty of its landscape and its six seasons to the ugliness of its politics, from its sport to its religious life, from its cuisine to its wildlife. He takes pleasure in its customs and traditions, and examines such questions as leadership and freedom, all with the idea of building on the idea of what Bangladesh is perceived to be by its people.

  • Grand Format (170x240)
  • 52 pages
  • ISBN : 9782414529131
11,00 €
4,99 €




Nur Alom was born in Shariatpur, Bangladesh on September 8, 1981.

After attending school locally in Shariatpur, he was admitted to the National University at Bangladesh where he earned a degree studying history, political science and Arabic.

When arriving in France, Nur studied French at the Secours Catholique and the Sorbonne, hotel management at AFCI, and briefly attended classes at the University of Perpignan and les Hôpitaux les Paris. He currently works at the Bibliothèque nationale de France.

Nur’s first book of poetry, On the Banks of the Kirtinasha, was published in 2017 in French and English in France. His second book of poetry, Tears of Vowels and Consonants, came out in 2018. His third book, Sayapoth: In the Shadow of the Galaxy, came out in 2019. His fourth book, Khela Ghor: Jeu de dupes : Play House Volume V came out in 2020. He is currently working on additional poetry, short stories and novels. He expects that his next book, My Melody, will come soon.

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