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The Algerian Woman Painting by Henri Matisse


Famous Art work & Drawing by Henri Matisse - The Algerian Woman

The Algerian Woman. 1909. Oil on canvas. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, France

 

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The young man immediately recognized him. They both went inside and soon started talking in Bengali.

After some time, a young man came out of the house with a Maulvi. Now he was conversing the pure Urdu. Nobody could recognize him.

This man, who could confidently change his personality, was none other than Subbash Chandra Bose. He was fighting for the cause of his country.

Inspector Janranjan Rai was Inspector in the Secret Service. His duty was to arrest Bose. He was stationed outside Bose’s house. Every letter addressed to Bose was censored. Yet, Bose was too clever to fall into the hands of the spies.

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