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The Nobel Prize, 2011

The Nobel Prize, 2011
By Adnan Lermontov

Increasingly, the world is becoming predictable. How predictable is the world now? Well, we have seen how multiple Africa-Americans won the Oscar after the 9/11. With this in mind, let us look at year 2011. When one reads the following list, one sees a connection: Norway, Anders Behring […]

By |October 2nd, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Buying a Gift for My Wife

Buying a Gift for My Wife
By Adnan Lermontov

(First Draft. July 10, 2011)

On the way back from The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace, in Tokyo Japan, I notice a man, ahead of me, laying flat on the street, and all the cars are going around him. Is he dead? Is that a […]

By |July 10th, 2011|book, Culture, Education, International, Literature, Personality|1 Comment

Chasing Dalí

Chasing Dalí by Adnan Lermontov

At 12:08 a.m., on May 01, 2011, I heard on T.V. that Osama Bin Laden was killed. Immediately and bizarrely, I thought why don’t I go on a trip to see all my favorite Dalí paintings around the world, and write a travel book about that. How long would it […]

By |May 5th, 2011|book, Literature, Terrorism|0 Comments

The Firing Protocol

The Firing Protocol

(A short story)

By Adnan Lermontov

Dedicated to my paternal grandfather, Sheikh Afsaruddin

1.

“Please have a seat.”

“Why? What’s happening?”

“I am eliminating you. It’s 4:30, so you have 30 minutes to pack and leave. Take whatever you can, and the rest will be […]

Ekushey Padak (A Short Story)

Ekushey Padak 1
(A Short Story)
By Adnan Lermontov

Dedicated to Dr. Humayun Azad

1.
Dr. Nuruddin Islam is sitting in the corner of a Jewelry Shop for over forty minutes now. He is not looking up from the newspaper that he is pretending to read. He doesn’t want anyone to recognize him. He doesn’t think anyone […]

By |February 21st, 2011|Activism, bangalee freethinker, Bangladesh, Human Rights, Literature|1 Comment

Seamus Heaney/The Bogman

Seamus Heaney/The Bogman
By Adnan Lermontov

Introduction:
Seamus Heaney’s devotion to the earth (ground), in his early poems, with no surprise, indicates that in the future, he will be fascinated by the Bog and the Bog Bodies. Earth is not only the surface; it is the depth as well. Ireland offers him green hills and […]

By |January 14th, 2011|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Fall

The Fall
(A Prose Poem by Adnan Lermontov)

At the center of the city, a little girl, in a red-and-yellow frock, fell from the sky, face down. It was the high-noon of a very hot day. She wasn’t breathing, but she wasn’t bleeding either. Someone turned her over, and not a scratch to be […]

By |January 9th, 2011|Uncategorized|1 Comment
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