Course details: AdvancedReading&Strategies ENGL:103
Sabikun Nahar Shoma
Educator Details: Nur-E-Nusrat Zereen Senior Lecturer Department of English
Topic of the Assignment A message of condolence
Task:Write a message of condolence on behalf of students association,department of English,Stamford University Bangladesh
Message of Condolence
We are expressed deep shock at the death of popular fiction writer Humayun Ahmed. After nine months of fight against colon cancer, celebrated writer Humayun Ahmed, died at Bellevue Hospital in New York on July 19,2012. He was 64.
He was born in Mymensingh in 1948, he did his graduation from the Dhaka University and later joined the university as a lecturer of Chemistry but later, he retired in the mid-1990s to devote himself to writing and making films and television plays.
A former associate professor of the chemistry department of Dhaka University, Humayun came into prominence after the publication of his first novel, Nondito Noroke, in 1974. Humayun emerged as a powerful voice in Bangladesh's literary world in the early 1970s, eventually becoming clearly the most popular writer of the country. He became a rallying point for our nationhood. His death is not just a great loss to our culture and literature, but...