Cambridge companion to Rabindranath Tagore
Contributor(s): Chaudhuri, Sukanta.Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2020Description: xviii,492p.ISBN: 9781108747738.Subject(s): Tagore, RabindranathDDC classification: 891.4414
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Rabindranath Tagore : from art to life / Sankha Ghosh -- A garland of many Tagores / Anisuzzaman -- Rabindranath and his times / Biswajit Ray -- Tagore's poetry : an overview / Sukanta Chaudhuri -- 'Something of a musician' : Tagore's songs / Ashish Lahiri -- Rabindranath Tagore : drama and performance / Ananda Lal -- Imagined worlds : the prose fiction of Rabindranath Tagore / Supriya Chaudhuri -- The English writings : an overview / Fakrul Alam -- Tagore and Indian literature : influence and presence / Harish Trivedi -- Rabindranath Tagore and literary communication across borders / Subha Chakraborty Dasgupta -- Tagore and the visual arts / R. Siva Kumar -- Women, gender, and the family in Tagore / Himani Bannerji -- On the seashore of endless worlds : Rabindranath and the child / Sibaji Bandyopadhyay -- Tagore's view of history / Sabyasachi Bhattacharya -- Tagore's view of politics and the contemporary world / Sobhanlal Datta Gupta -- Tagore's Santiniketan : learning associated with life / Kathleen M. O'Connell -- Tagore and village economy : a vision of wholeness / Sourin Bhattacharya -- An ecology of the spirit : Rabindranath's experience of nature / Aseem Shrivastava -- Rabindranath and science / Partha Ghose -- Rabindranath Tagore as literary critic / Swapan Chakravorty -- Tagore's aesthetics / Jayanti Chattopadhyay -- Rabindranath, Bhakti, and the Bhakti poets / France Bhattacharya -- Tagore and the idea of emancipation / Nirmalya Narayan Chakraborty -- Tagore's thoughts on religion / Shefali Moitra -- Rabindranath Tagore and humanism / Saranindranath Tagore.
"The corpus of Rabindranath Tagore's work is immense in scope, form and variety. His writings on nationalism, movements, society, governance, state, and welfare offer opportunities to students and scholars to understand the history and politics of colonial India, as well as to study India and the world in a contemporary context. His poems, verses, songs, stories and plays are numerous, offering further scope of research and study to students of cultural studies, literature, and the arts. His works are characterized by their timelessness and are curiously applicable to situations and contexts through ages. Despite this enormity of his creations, however, he has been understudied in the global discourse on literature and the arts. This volume brings together eminent Tagore scholars to create a comprehensive book that sits very well within the Cambridge Companions to Literature series. The volume editor, Emeritus Professor Sukanta Chaudhuri, is a stalwart in Tagore studies and is renowned globally for his scholarship. This volume is a first of its kind attempt to initiate and continue a discussion of Tagore studies globally"--