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Most certainly not. It is this quality of subtly unraveling the emotions of his readers that makes Bond a master of his craft. Insecurity, dilemma, loss, grief, rejection, longing, failure, pining things that are hard enough to understand, let alone braid into a tale are effortlessly and elegantly brought out by his prose, something even the greatest of writers find hard to achieve.
The reason, I reckon, are his real-life characters and their mundane stories that reflect our own trivial yet beautiful lives. In the introduction to one of his masterpiece collections, Friends In Small Places , Bond writes,. So did Maupassant and Chekhov. That is why their stories are never dull.
They wrote about real people. And so, book after book, story after story, Bond gives us characters like Uncle Ken, Aunt Ruby, the Ayah, Bibiji, Somi, Ranji, Daljit, and of course Rusty and Daddy, and mother — real people from real places that are commonplace across regions. It is not surprising then that all his readers see a little bit of themselves and their lives in his writing.
I was born in Dehradun, where most of his work is set, and grew up in small towns with dusty lanes, large homes and big families. I had eccentric relatives and crazy friends; I moved a lot and lost them every now and then, things we encounter very often in his stories. Much later, only after I myself began writing, did I understand the complexity of this familiarity. It is not his canvas but his words, their simplicity, depth and their meaning that made his stories seem like my own. I could have been anywhere and I would have been touched all the same.
In the larger scheme of things, it is the smaller things that matter more. His attention to minute details of everyday life encourages me to make time for small pleasures — to observe a wildflower growing in a creek and hear the chirping of a bird. As a child you read his books with wonder and delight, learning, exploring, imagining; as a young adult you see in them the endless possibilities of life, the agony of a broken heart, the ecstasy of finding love.
As a grown-up you reflect on deep profoundness of his deceptively simple prose, as a middle-aged reader you find yourself nodding every now and then sometimes laughing, sometimes crying.