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Description: This Volume Is A Collection Of Different Genres Of Writings ý Six Prose Works Including The Hibbert Lectures, The Religion Of Man, A Large Number Of Lectures And Addresses On Various Issues, Public Statements And Messages, And Conversations With Some Of The Eminent Persons Of This Century ý Einstein, Croce, Rolland And Gandhi.
Description: India’s Rabindranath Tagore was the first Asian Nobel Laureate and possibly the most prolific and diverse serious writer ever known. The largest single volume of his work available in English, this collection includes poetry, songs, autobiographical works, letters, travel writings, prose, novels, short stories, humorous pieces, and plays.
Description: The poems of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) are among the most haunting and tender in Indian and in world literature, expressing a profound and passionate human yearning. His ceaselessly inventive works deal with such subjects as the interplay between God and the world, the eternal and transient, and with the paradox of an endlessly changing universe that is in tune with unchanging harmonies. Poe...
Description: Poet, novelist, painter and musician, Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) is the grand master of Bengali culture. Written during the 1890s, the stories in this selection brilliantly recreate vivid images of Bengali life and landscapes in their depiction of peasantry and gentry, casteism, corrupt officialdom and dehumanizing poverty. Yet Tagore is first and foremost India's supreme Romantic poet, and in these stories he can be seen reaching beyond mere documentary realism towards his own profoundly original vision.
Description: Tagore, a Bengalese writer, artist and thinker won the 1913 Nobel Prize for Literature and became an international celebrity. These essays arose from an international Tagore Conference held in London in 1986 which aimed to reassess the range of his achievement and the catholicity of his thought.
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Description: In this stunning collection of poems by Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore, acclaimed translator Ketaki Kushari Dyson brilliantly captures the energy and lyricism of the legendary poet’s verses. The title poem evokes the inner turmoil of a man who must return to the drudgery of work after visiting his home for the Durga Puja vacation. Haunted by his four-year-old daughter’s parting words, ‘I...
Description: The ideal introduction to the spirituality of India's greatest modern poet.
Description: Winter 1999