Rabindranath Tagore's The Home and the World

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Rabindranath Tagore's The Home and the World

Rabindranath Tagore's The Home and the World

A Critical Companion

  • Author: Pradip Kumar Datta
  • Publisher: Anthem Press
  • ISBN: 1843311003
  • Category: History
  • Page: 204
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Designed as a companion to Rabindranath Tagore's 'Ghare-Baire' (The Home and the World), the ten essays of this volume cover the novel in terms of the complexity of colonial modernity. The book will be of great value and interest to those studying Indian literature, post-coloniality, gender representations and nationalism.

Rabindranath Tagore's the Home and the World

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Rabindranath Tagore's the Home and the World

Rabindranath Tagore's the Home and the World

Critical Perspectives

  • Author: Rama Kundu
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category:
  • Page: 207
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In The Recent Years, There Has Been A Revival Of Interest In Tagore`S Fiction, Especially The Novel The Home And The World. Set On A Bengali Zamindar`S Estate In 1908, It Is Both A Love Story And A Novel Of Political Awakening. The Present Book Throws Fresh Light On The Home And The World And Adds To Our Awareness Of The Intrinsic Value Of Indian Fiction.

Home and the World

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Home and the World

Home and the World

  • Author: Rabindranath Tagore
  • Publisher: Penguin Books India
  • ISBN: 9780143031413
  • Category: Bengal (India)
  • Page: 240
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Set against the backdrop of the Partition of Bengal by the British in 1905, Home and the World(Ghare Baire) is the story of a young liberal-minded zamindar Nikhilesh, his educated and sensitive wife Bimala, and Nikhilesh s friend Sandip, a charismatic nationalist leader whom Bimala finds herself attracted to. A perceptive exposition of the difficulties surrounding women s emancipation in pre-modern India, and a telling portrayal of the chasms inherent in the nationalist movement, Home and the Worldhas generated endless debate and discussion. This classic novel by Nobel Prize-winner Rabindranath Tagore, first published in Bengali in 1916, is now available in a lucid new translation.

Towards Freedom

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Towards Freedom

Towards Freedom

Critical Essays on Rabindranath Tagore's Ghare Baire : The Home and the World

  • Author: Saswati Sengupta,Shampa Roy,Sharmila Purakayastha
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Bengal (India)
  • Page: 207
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Rabindranath Tagore's Ghare Baire was first serialised in 1914 and published as a novel in 1916. The events in the novel deal with the period 1905-7, a period of tremendous political unrest in Bengal. The public upheaval takes place alongside another revolution that of women's emancipation and a new gender equation. Ghare Bhaire (The Home and the World) is the first fictional exploration of the tangled web of crucial issues related to the two spheres, the home and the world, in early twentieth century Bengal. Towards Freedom is a collection of critical essays on the issues raised by Tagore's novel in a contemporary world where differences of religion, region, class, caste, gender, etc., constantly demand to be addressed. It focuses upon the crafting of the novel out of complex historical contexts of caste, class and gender politics. By examining the play of ideologies in this novel, the anthology aims to help students recognise the importance of locating imaginative literature within its histories. Given that most of these structured hierarchies of oppression function powerfully in our lives even today, Towards Freedom stresses the continuing relevance of engaging with the issues raised by a novel which looks at the private and the political as intertwined.

Interpreting Homes in South Asian Literature

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Interpreting Homes in South Asian Literature

Interpreting Homes in South Asian Literature

  • Author: Malashri Lal,Sukrita Paul Kumar
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131706374
  • Category: Dwellings in literature
  • Page: 279
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Contributed articles.

Humanism and Nationalism in Tagore's Novels

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Humanism and Nationalism in Tagore's Novels

Humanism and Nationalism in Tagore's Novels

  • Author: Kh. Kunjo Singh
  • Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
  • ISBN: 9788126901845
  • Category: Humanism in literature
  • Page: 168
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The Book Aims At An Appraisal Of R.N. Tagore S Novels In English Translations. It Highlights His Thematic Concerns And Novelistic Technique. The Book Also Provides A Comprehensive And Authentic Account Of His Literary Genius And His Vision Of The Human Predicament. It Contains A Faithful Profile Of His Age Marked By Profound Convulsions In Individual And Collective Consciousness.This Specific Study Of Tagore S Novels Based On The Themes Of Humanism And Nationalism Has Shown His Position And Achievement In The Domain Of Indian Fiction. The Book Studies Tagore S Art Of Writing Novels For Promotion Of Human Value And National Integration.Making An Attempt To Define And Interpret Humanism And Nationalism, And Their Application As Themes Of Novels By The Great Indo-Anglian Novelists And R.N. Tagore, The Book Provides A Critique Of R.N. Tagore S Nine Novels So Far Translated Into English. It Concludes With A Brief Critique On R.N. Tagore S Final Vision Of Life And Man.

Tagore-At Home in the World

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Tagore-At Home in the World

Tagore-At Home in the World

  • Author: Sanjukta Dasgupta,Chinmoy Guha
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications India
  • ISBN: 8132110846
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 356
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This volume of 22 essays spans a wide trajectory, foregrounding the texts of Tagore and Tagore as text. The Tagorean spirit that makes the bard so relevant in the 21st century forms the basis of this compilation. Tagore's travels to various parts of the world, his reception and response to diverse cultures, his scepticism about the rigid parameters of nationalism all establish the perception that Tagore was remarkably at home in the world. Tagore's concern was with life, play and contingency-with the momentary as well as the eternal. It is this strain of unacknowledged modernism and life-affirming vision that make his work powerful. A believer in freedom of the individual, creative freedom and freedom of all, his words are as pertinent in today's context as they were in his time. This volume analyses how the constrictions of the specificities of place, location and geographies have always been interrogated by Tagore for whom space was a defining trope. With contributions from some leading Tagore experts both from India and abroad, this volume enables us to re-read Tagore as a messenger of world harmony and peace.

Satyajit Ray

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Satyajit Ray

Satyajit Ray

Interviews

  • Author: Satyajit Ray
  • Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
  • ISBN: 9781578069378
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 226
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Interviews with India's preeminent film director and creator of the Apu trilogy

Tagore and Nationalism

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Tagore and Nationalism

Tagore and Nationalism

  • Author: K. L. Tuteja,Kaustav Chakraborty
  • Publisher: Springer
  • ISBN: 8132236963
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 379
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This volume brings together eminent Tagore scholars and younger writers to revisit the concepts of nation, nationalism, identity and selfhood, civilization, culture and homeland in Tagore’s writings. As these ideas take up the centre-stage of politics in the subcontinent as also elsewhere in the world in the 21st century, it becomes extremely relevant to revisit his works in this context. Tagore’s ambivalence towards nationalism as an ideology was apparent in the responses in his discussions with Indians and non-Indians alike. Tagore developed the concept of ‘syncretic’ civilization as a basis of nationalist civilizational unity, where society was central, unlike the European model of state-centric civilization. However, as the subterranean tensions of communalism became clear in the early 20th century, Tagore reflexively critiqued his own political position in society. He thus emerged as the critic of the nation/nation-state and in this he shared his deep unease with other thinkers like Romain Rolland and Albert Einstein. This volume for the first time covers the socio-political, historical, literary and cultural concerns relating to Tagore’s efforts towards the 'de-colonization' of the Self. The volume begins with various perspectives on Tagore’s ‘ambivalence’ about nationalism. It encompasses critical examinations of Tagore’s literary works and other art forms as well as adaptations of his works on film. It also reads Tagore’s nationalism in a comparative mode with contemporary thinkers in India and abroad who were engaged in similar debates.