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Manifestations of Love from East and West: An Integrated Appraisal

Authors (s): S.N. Singh (Author)
Format: Hardcover
ISBN-10: 8188683388
Pages: x+188p., Notes; References; Index; 23cm.
Pub. date: 01.01.2004, 1st ed.
Publisher: Abhijeet Publications
Language (s): English
Bagchee ID: BB17270
List price: US $ 18,00
Bagchee price: US $ 16,20
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Overview for Manifestations of Love from East and West: An Integrated Appraisal

While love may have its varied and various manifestations, Dr. S.N. Singh confines his discussion only to its Eros aspect, which means sexual desire that exists for its mutual fulfillment between the sexes. Unless killed or conquered, it’s always the conqueror, for, as Dr. Singh studies its nature, the passion once ignited by the beauty of the fair sex and the exposure of his erotic zones, it does not rest until it is manifested and fulfilled. The rhetorical question –“Whoever loved that loved not at first sight?” – is well answered here. Commenting on the texts, Dr. Singh argues here that while such a manifestation of love must station itself, for its perpetuation and procreation, in the occasionally restrain its passionate intensity for its aesthetic manifestation and glorification that may lead the lovers upwards and onwards. The study thus reaffirms the universal realization that love is a passion of the body and the mind, that the satisfaction of the one at the cost of the other is destructive and dangerous, and that constancy and chastity binding on both the partners ensure successful and sweet manifestations of love. But as the book unfolds itself petal by petal, it identifies poverty s a demon that devours the lovers, especially women. The study, therefore, pleads for their economic independence, social dignity and sexual liberty in love, making their position gynecocentric rather that androcentric rather than androcentric. The book is expected to please and profit the general as well as the critical reader, and cater to the need of the students of English Literature.
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