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The Three Princes Of Persia

The Three Princes Of Persia

Children in World Myth

CHOWDHURY ROHINI
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Rohini Chowdhury
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The twenty myths in this book come from the great classic tales of Greece and Rome, and from Norse, Celtic, Egyptian, Native American, African, Indian and Asian traditions. At the heart of each is the story of a child hero.Some of the stories are well-known-of Horus, of the Pandavas, of Heracles, and of Romulus and Remus. There are also many that are less well-known-the story of Cuchulainn, the Celtic hero, Wen P’eng, the Chinese boy who turns into a dragon, and Rustam, Zal and Sohrab, the three princes of Persia.

Imprint: India Puffin

Published: Apr/2005

ISBN: 9780143334934

Length : 176 Pages

MRP : ₹199.00

The Three Princes Of Persia

Children in World Myth

CHOWDHURY ROHINI
,
Rohini Chowdhury

The twenty myths in this book come from the great classic tales of Greece and Rome, and from Norse, Celtic, Egyptian, Native American, African, Indian and Asian traditions. At the heart of each is the story of a child hero.Some of the stories are well-known-of Horus, of the Pandavas, of Heracles, and of Romulus and Remus. There are also many that are less well-known-the story of Cuchulainn, the Celtic hero, Wen P’eng, the Chinese boy who turns into a dragon, and Rustam, Zal and Sohrab, the three princes of Persia.

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CHOWDHURY ROHINI

Rohini Chowdhury is a renowned translator and writer. Her translations include, among others, Banarasidas's Ardhakathanak: A Half Story for Penguin Classics.

Rohini Chowdhury

Rohini Chowdhury is a writer and established literary translator. As a children's writer, she has more than twenty books and several short stories to her credit. Her published writing is in both English and Hindi and covers a wide spectrum of literary genres including novels, short fiction, comics, and non-fiction. As a literary translator, her primary languages are pre-modern (Braj Bhasha and Avadhi) and modern (Khari Boli) Hindi, and English. Her translations include the seventeenth century Braj Bhasha text Ardhakathanak, widely regarded as the first autobiography in an Indian language, into modern Hindi and into English. Her literary interests include mythology, folklore, mathematics and history.

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