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Rabindranath Tagore: One Hundred Years of Global Reception

 
Martin Kampchen (Editor) Imre Bangha (Editor) Uma Das Gupta (Translator)
Synopsis

The book examines how Rabindranath Tagore has been received globally from 1913, when he received the Nobel Prize for Literature for his English translation of Gitanjali, to this time. The essays arranged region-wise and continent wise deal with the translation of his writings, the impact of the poet’s visits to different countries and his subsequent standing in the world of letters. They show that his reception underwent dramatic metamorphoses and different political and social contexts and cultural movements responded to him differently. Quoting from the writings of his critics and other thinkers who examined Tagore’s works and with respect to many works of Tagore, they explore aspects like appreciation of ideas of Tagore in practical fields like educational philosophy, the role of personality of Tagore in disseminating his ideas, and response to his philosophy and notions such as his anti-war and anti-nationalist sentiments.

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About the authors

Imre Bangha

Imre Bangha studied Indology in Budapest and did his doctorate in Hindi in Santiniketan. Currently he is working at the University of Oxford as well as at De Montfort University in Leicester. His published works include Hungarian translations of the poetry of Mira Bai and Anandghan (Ghananand) in collaboration with Balazs Deri as well as Saneh ko marag, a Hindi biography of Anandghan.

Uma Das Gupta

Uma Das Gupta is Professor, Social Science Division, Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta.

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Bibliographic information

Title Rabindranath Tagore: One Hundred Years of Global Reception
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788125055686
length xviii+671p., Illustrations; 23cm.