By: Dr Shiv Sethi
Conferred on The Mighty Pens Awards and titled with ‘The Path of Minimalism: Less is Always More’ and ‘Blood is Memory without Language’ published on renowned newspapers like Hans India, The Indian Express [Indulge, Kolkata] and The Daily Guardian, Author Rituparna Ray Chaudhuri flourished her magnetic phenomenalism on British Classical Literature and Omar Khayyam. The challenge to self on doing every time a new kind of analysis at literary-criticism to the Classical Literature, made this author to be accepted globally as “Divine Vengeance”.
Having started her journey from Partridge International (U.S.A.) in Association with Penguin Random House (U.K.), in 2018 waving self-literal thoughts on Western Legends and the Noble Bengal-Laureate Rabindranath Tagore, this Google and Sematic Scholar on Citation together (MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard, Vancouver) published her book ‘Realization: (Documents Based on Self-Scholarly Effects with Google Scholar Citations)’ from Partridge Penguin. This book was later reviewed by The Kirkus Review headquartered in New York City and subtitled on The Guardian Newspaper mentioned ‘A World on Fire’ dated July 27, 2018. During this time, towards end of 2018, Ray for first time received an international placement at Miami International Book Fair, including to Barnes and Noble (U.S.A.), World Cat Library and Milton Public Library that were reaching her at zenith.
Next year, she introduced a book with ‘a powerful’ new self-style at historical-genres from Penguin enclosed with US-Copyright Registration. Having based on Shelley’s poem “Ode to the West Wind’’ and Tagore’s ‘The Kabuliwala’ [edited], she named this dynamic book on her Late Mother titled ‘The Immortal Fly: Eternal Whispers, Based on True Events of a Family’. This ‘Auto-bio’ book incredibly focussed in limelight on print-on-demand to History-podcast, touched millions. Later on, The Asian Chronicle featured a review on the book and recognized also by the University of London: School of Advanced Study. Here, once Ray mentioned: “Aftermath…I seek everlasting ices of north, where I feel the misery of cold and frost to which I am impassive.”
In 2022, Ray returned to Author Solutions (U.S.A.) introducing the next book on her art-of-thinking with a typical-style on power of vocabulary in the English Language, as the world’s best chosen language. This time she titled her book ‘The Revolt in the Desert: Journey on English Literature from India to the USA’, relevantly took a ‘striking glance’ by the Telegraph [U.K] Media Group, in 2023. Here, on-self Ray stated in barbed-mind, ‘‘Life although it may only be an accumulation of anguish and hatred, is dear to me, and ‘I will defend it’.’’
- How long have you been writing or when did you start?
My journey started on a fine morning in an early week of December, 2017; having received call from Partridge Penguin. In 2018 having encouraged by the publisher, Author Solutions published my book on literary criticism. Working with Penguin continued till 2019 with the book published from Partridge Penguin. I returned to Author Solutions again in 2022with my next book on Classical Literature.
- What is the most difficult part of your writing process?
“The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra with no dominance.’’ Self challenge to write at every time on British Classical Literature with new perceptual-analysis and self-style is quite difficult. Yet I am determined to walk on this path, as the waves make towards the pebbled shore.
- How do you develop your plot and characters?
When great minds essay an important question, it is always interesting to watch their different turns of thought and expression. I have always tried to understand between two terms: ‘matter’ and ‘form’: how inevitably it is to understand on usage and its manner differently in descriptive essays from essay in criticism.
- What part of the book did you have the hardest time writing?
After writing the book in 2019, with lapse of time, in 2022 I returned to Author Solutions with my next book inspired by Partridge-Penguin. After demise of Ma, everything appeared to be in dismay and shrieking in world of yelling and dejection from known to unknown, from plucky-people to merry-devils. However, yet I had continued on trying to introduce throughout something anew in Classical Literature.
- Would you and your main character get along?
“Words are like leaves; and where they most abound”: The books based on literal criticisms with own on tropes and metaphors have an aesthetic style on human works of immortal-beauty and works -of -nature!
- What difference do you see between a writer and an author?
‘Author’ comes from Latin word ‘auctorem’ meaning founder, master, and leader. E.g.: Bow down to the Author! The word ‘Writer’ is he who writes with someone or something else in particular way.
- How did you come up with the title for your book?
To achieve a more is always to solve a problem, and is essentially a creative art. It reminds me on Browning’s fine poem, ‘How it Strikes a Contemporary’, who walked about, took note of everything, looked at the new house building, and now pocked his stick into the mortar.