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Silent Tongues: Writings in Contemporary Indian Poetry

Rabindra K. Swain (Author)
Synopsis The pieces here are incisive yet not irreverent. They explore the core areas of major poets like A.K. Ramanujan and locate the elusive themes of Jayanta Mahapatra. The established as well as the emerging voices in Indian English poetry are dealt with comfortingly and comfortably. The art and issues of Indian poetry in English translation get an illuminating discussion. The poet’s concern for his contemporaries much as they deserve it holds this work aloft.
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About the author

Rabindra K. Swain

Rabindra K. Swain (1960) has three books of poems: Once back Home. A Tapestry of Steps and and severed Cord; a book of criticism, The Poetry of Jayanta Mahapatra; Critical Study and two books of translation, Rajendra Kishore Panda’s book of poems Bahubreehi and J.P. Das’s Dear Jester and Other Stories (co-translator). His work has appeared in such journals as The Kenyon Review. World Literature Today, critical Quarterly.

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Bibliographic information

Title Silent Tongues: Writings in Contemporary Indian Poetry
Format Hardcover
Date published: 13.01.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Authors Press
Language: English
isbn 8172733194
length viii+189p.