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The Foreplay of Providence, a collection of two short stories, is inexplicably cavernous, intense, resonant with emotion, intellectually sound, and created with extreme passion that will perpetually succeed in appealing to the reader's inquisitiveness. It reveals the pathos, yearnings, momentary happiness, success, and the varied emotions of two different women, Kashish an The Foreplay of Providence, a collection of two short stories, is inexplicably cavernous, intense, resonant with emotion, intellectually sound, and created with extreme passion that will perpetually succeed in appealing to the reader's inquisitiveness. It reveals the pathos, yearnings, momentary happiness, success, and the varied emotions of two different women, Kashish and Smriti, who are diametrically opposite in character, and how differently each of them react to the play of providence. Kashish, an introvert completely disillusioned and deserted in this world, unable to bear the agony, resigns to destiny and finally relinquishes her life. Smriti, on the other hand, is the real fighter who defies the tricks of Providence and attains success. The artistic creation possesses simplicity in diction but has an equal amount of vigour and gusto in narration and weaves a tapestry of magic before the reader's eyes.


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The Foreplay of Providence, a collection of two short stories, is inexplicably cavernous, intense, resonant with emotion, intellectually sound, and created with extreme passion that will perpetually succeed in appealing to the reader's inquisitiveness. It reveals the pathos, yearnings, momentary happiness, success, and the varied emotions of two different women, Kashish an The Foreplay of Providence, a collection of two short stories, is inexplicably cavernous, intense, resonant with emotion, intellectually sound, and created with extreme passion that will perpetually succeed in appealing to the reader's inquisitiveness. It reveals the pathos, yearnings, momentary happiness, success, and the varied emotions of two different women, Kashish and Smriti, who are diametrically opposite in character, and how differently each of them react to the play of providence. Kashish, an introvert completely disillusioned and deserted in this world, unable to bear the agony, resigns to destiny and finally relinquishes her life. Smriti, on the other hand, is the real fighter who defies the tricks of Providence and attains success. The artistic creation possesses simplicity in diction but has an equal amount of vigour and gusto in narration and weaves a tapestry of magic before the reader's eyes.

14 review for The Foreplay of Providence: Ad Infinitum & in Dire Straits

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rukhshan Rahman

    And with The Foreplay of Providence, Sushmita ma’m has evidently proved herself as a great story teller. Through sketches of amazing diction, colors of turmoil and momentary happiness, and brush of supreme passion, she has created one of the finest stories that one ever might envisage. Her book throws a concentrated beam on the varied emotions that a woman’s life is etched with. Regardless to say, I had too great expectations from my mentor and she indeed has solemnized her mentorship by authori And with The Foreplay of Providence, Sushmita ma’m has evidently proved herself as a great story teller. Through sketches of amazing diction, colors of turmoil and momentary happiness, and brush of supreme passion, she has created one of the finest stories that one ever might envisage. Her book throws a concentrated beam on the varied emotions that a woman’s life is etched with. Regardless to say, I had too great expectations from my mentor and she indeed has solemnized her mentorship by authoring a book such good. I have been touched me to every wild emotion. The book consists of two stories, Ad Infinitum and In Dire Straits. The first one is a story of an introvert, Kashish who happens to be completely disoriented from a well-being, who rests upon her destiny till the very last breath she takes. The other, is portrayal of Smriti’s life who doesn’t really believe in the premise of someday and fights back to attain whatever she wants to or whatever she dreams to. Through the first story the author cleverly molds the reader’s interest, and asks the reader “Should things happen this way?” and then with the other short story she answers the question by intimately professing “This is how it needs to be done”. Both the protagonists Kashish and Smriti are the varied sketches of the challenges that woman face in their everyday walk of life. The kind of torment and upheavals that Indian woman face, have been amazingly illustrated. Some parts of the book have been so perfectly delivered, that one might read them twice. The love scene in Ad Infinitum for instance creates a sense of sensuousness within the reader’s mind. It must have taken months for the author give it such a pure form that changed it into an asset to be remembered as an essence of true and pure love. The writing? No comments on that. I couldn’t find any faults. She’s a teacher in English after all. There were few things I disliked and that’s that few parts of the first story seemed to be to very elongated and repetitive. Some of the elements in the plot were also predictable. Apart from these, I would just say that I loved the book more as critic than as a writer myself or as a student of hers. I would like to give, 3.5 stars on a range on 5.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Aditya Acharya

  3. 5 out of 5

    Spandan Patnaik

  4. 4 out of 5

    Vasudha Jha

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gaurav Das

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sushmita Das

  7. 5 out of 5

    Raghav Choudhary

  8. 5 out of 5

    Radhika Narain

  9. 5 out of 5

    Sudakshina

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gopal Khandelwal

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dimple Bhattacharya

  12. 5 out of 5

    THOMAS RYASKO

  13. 5 out of 5

    Joji Alexander

  14. 5 out of 5

    Freidia

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