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Rhapsodies and Musings

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Don Martin, the bestselling author and editor (Tucson, Arizona) writes, “In Rhapsodies and Musings Ketaki Datta examines the poetry of Sharmila Ray, and Tania Chakravertty looks at the poetry of Kiriti Sengupta. Readers will gain a good understanding of these two well-known Indian poets. These explorations are written in a way that any English-reader will easily understand. And they offer more than just a surface look at these poets. We need more works like Rhapsodies and Musings so that the English-speakers can enjoy the ethereal, spiritual beauty of Indian English poetry — English-language poetry by the Bengali poets, to be precise!”

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“This book of literary criticism examines the work of two poets from India writing in English. The book is divided into two parts, the first section considering the work of Shirmila Ray and second that of Kiriti Sengupta. The writers examining these poets are both English professors and are able to write not only analytically but comparatively, referencing a number of poets such as T.S. Eliot and Percy Shelley in explaining what these new authors are writing. The book is useful for learning about new poets. The language is competent, though some of the nuance of the wording retains an un-American feel. I was glad to learn about these poets’ work.” — Prof. Stan Galloway (Department of English, Bridgewater College, Virginia, USA)

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Weight 0.35 kg
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“This book of literary criticism examines the work of two poets from India writing in English. The book is divided into two parts, the first section considering the work of Shirmila Ray and second that of Kiriti Sengupta. The writers examining these poets are both English professors and are able to write not only analytically but comparatively, referencing a number of poets such as T.S. Eliot and Percy Shelley in explaining what these new authors are writing. The book is useful for learning about new poets. The language is competent, though some of the nuance of the wording retains an un-American feel. I was glad to learn about these poets’ work.”

  • Prof. Stan Galloway (Department of English, Bridgewater College, Virginia, USA)

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