Marginalized [electronic resource] : Indian poetry in English / edited by Smita Agarwal.
- Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2014.
- DQR studies in literature ; 53.
DQR studies in literature ; 53
1 online resource (283 pages) : some illustrations.
- Indic poetry (English) -- History and criticism -- 20th century.
- Electronic books.
- This book illustrates and debates the well-grounded and confident tradition of Indian Poetry in English. It contains individual essays on poets before and since the Indian Independence focus on the poetry of Derozio, Tagore, Aurobindo and Naidu right down to the modern and contemporary poets like Ezekiel, Mahapatra, Ramanujan, Kolatkar, Das, Moraes, Daruwalla, de Souza, Jussawalla and Patel who ushered in a change both in terms of subject matter and style.
- Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; CONTENTS; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Subaltern Discourse?; Henry Derozio and the Romance of Rebellion; The English Tagore: Restoring a Legacy; Sri Aurobindo's Poetry: A Critical Study; Prodigy, Poet and Freedom Fighter:Sarojini Naidu
Nightingale of India; Recalling Nissim Ezekiel: A Poet of the Mind and Heart; The Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra; Converting Past Time into Present Space:A.K. Ramanujan's Poetry; Arun Kolatkar's Historical Imagination; Contextualizing Kamala Das;
Indian Poetry in English: Dom Moraes, KekiDaruwalla, Eunice de Souza, Adil Jussawalla, Gieve PatelLanguage in Indian Poetry in English; Select Bibliography; Notes on Contributors; Index.
- Description based on print version record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Other format:
- Print version: Marginalized.
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- Restricted for use by site license.
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