TAGORE IN THE WEST

Researches in Tagore’s universe of poetry seem to be unending. Tagore himself said in a song that the Almighty has made him infinite. The current title by orologi replica Sudip Ghosh is one more tome to Tagoriana. Sudip has good grasp of the history of the development of Bengali prose and poetry, which he says was enriched by Tagore’s visits to England particularly the third visit. Choose best 1:1 hublot copy watches with low price for sale.
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During this time, his window to the West was wide open and he could see and foresee a poet’s tussle with ultra Nationalism. He could see the rise of Fascism in Italy and similar excesses in Germany. Even the ultra-soft philosophical France was infected by ultra nationalism. His only solace was his interaction with Roman Roland, who was as universal as he. It was during this time Tagore had translated his ‘Gitanjali’ or ‘Song Offerings’; he was made and unmade by a host of admirers and critics starting from Rothenstein to Yeats, Eliot, Pound and Swinburne. The website offers uk top quality replica breitling watches for both men and women.
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The critical part was perhaps generated by his obtaining of the Nobel Prize. But the blame should not be laid at the door of the British poets. Back at home, the array of critics was no less formidable. Led by D. L. Roy and Suresh Samajpati, they were in full cry on the subject of his effeminacy of poetry and vulgarity of texts. They also bewailed the fact that he escaped to universalism to inoculate himself against rising nationalism in thought and freedom struggle in practice. But the fact remains, that he is still unforgettable and life giving oxygen to millions of depressed people across the world. ‘Gitanjali’ still the Bible to the war-weary world, next only to ‘Srimad Bhagabat Gita’. Tagore’s cultural expansion is seen in the translation of his works in almost all languages of the world. 

The author deserves our kudos for his extortive references, book history and above all pure English text. It will surely wait our appetite for re-reading and re-interpreting Tagore.

Dr. CHITTABRATA PALIT, former Emeritus Professor, Jadavpur University
Director, Institute of Historical Studies, Kolkata &
Director, Corpus Research Institute

 

Book Title - Rabindranath Tagore In The West

Author Name - Sudip Narayan Ghosh

Price - Rs. 550/-

ISBN No. - Yet to be obtained

Pages - 352

 

Content Pages
Introduction ………………………............ 15
Tagore third visit to England ………….. 19
A Brief History of the Development of Bengali Prose and Literature ................. 54
Tagore in the West …………………………................. 59
Italy Episode .…………….......................... 169
Clash with Ultra Nationalism .................. 219
Tagore and Romain Rolland ....................... 255
Interpretation of a few of Tagores Works ... 275
Tagore in other languages .…………………. 302
Conclusion .………………............................ 337
Bibliography................................................. 351