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Book: Seven hundred and fifty days in the bill
Author: Muhammad Abdul Hai
Publisher: Student Wage
Printed price: 200 rupees
Muhammad Abdul Haik, the first Muslim student of Dhaka University to get first class in BA and MA classes, is known by many as the author of a book or linguist for seven hundred and fifty days in Bengal. On 16 September 1950, while teaching at Dhaka University, he went to the University of London to study linguistics.
From Dhaka to Kolkata, Delhi, Baghdad, Cairo, Munich and Amsterdam, he finally set foot in London. England is the birthplace of the ancestral rulers. It would be wrong to call the book Memories of Expatriate Life. Because the whole book gives a complete picture of the economic, social, cultural and educational life of England at that time. Besides, the comparative condition of our country has been seen.
The author went on to do research. As a result, he had to stay in England for more than two years. At that time, the author got acquainted with people of different religions from different countries. In the book, we can see a realistic picture of the national social system of England, starting from the manners of the house. It was as if I had moved to the 1950s bill through time travel. If the kind of education that the children there are taken through was applied in our country, then we would also get world famous personalities. The author has repeatedly regretted about our social system. The English have become a hard-working and clever nation, so they have ruled almost the whole world and filled their houses with wealth. The author describes the thrilling experience of getting a cold for the first time in Britain or not being able to get a room in a hotel while going on holiday there. He then traveled to Paris and saw pictures of the Mona Lisa at the famous Louvre Museum, trying to understand the value of art and literature.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that the book is in fact a history book, because in the book of only 122 pages he has given a picture of the whole of England in the middle of the last century. A very beautiful book for those who want to enrich themselves by looking at the social system of the past in the eyes of the author. There are some mistakes in the book like giving Thailand instead of Finland or giving 25 instead of 24. And there are many Banab mistakes, which I think are the negligence of the publication. Above all, good reading
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