Yet another delicate aspect, exclusive to husband-wife relationship, has been deftly handled by G.B.Prabhat in "We'll bury our past". The narration is so realistic that we feel that we were eyewitnesses to the entire episode. K.D. Viswanaathan,
CoimbatoreThe short story seemed real and amusing too. Though the emotions two people feel may be very intimate and real, sometimes the language that they use to convey their emotions may provoke them to laughter after they grow older needing a Puck to exclaim "What fools these mortals be!" Panchapagesan Kothandaraman,
Ridgewood, the U.S.
The story made interesting reading as it showed the Indian cultural attitude to married love. The author has presented the burial of the letters with great tenderness, as if the two characters acknowledged and immortalised the intimacy of their love(without intending to). Sami Rafiq
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