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Small-town Reminiscences - Susan Chacko English | Book-Review | November 2023 Review of
Memories of Madhupur: Mid-Century Vignettes from the East of India by
Samarendra Narayan Roy
Santiniketan, pre-Independence - Susan Chacko Buddhadeva Bose | Book-Review | October 2023 Review of
The Land Where I Found It All by Buddhadeva Bose, translated from Bengali by Nandini Gupta
Twelve Novels by Rabindranath Tagore - Sunil Gangopadhyay translated by Chhanda Chattopadhyay Bewtra Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | May 2020 What did the most popular and critically acclaimed contemporary Bengali novelist think of Tagore's novels, written about a hundred years ago? Find out from this essay by Sunil Gangopadhyay, written in his inimitable style on Tagore's 50th death anniversary.
Tagore the Pilgrim, Poet, and Philosopher - a Book Review - Narasingha P. Sil Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | May 2014 The book under review, an anthology of twenty-two articles derived from a conference proceedings marking Rabindranath Tagore’s sesquicentennial birth anniversary in 2011, contains a variety of perspectives, ...
Talking Between Disciplines: Could We Please Have A Better Conversation? - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | September 2012 Professor Sabyasachi Bhattacharya is a historian with a long and distinguished career in academia. As far as I know, this is his latest book, clearly intended to commemorate the Tagore season...
Rumbling Empires and Men Speaking to Storms: A Book Review by Ketaki Kushari Dyson - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | April 2012 Last May, at a conference in London organized by the Tagore Centre UK to mark the 150th anniversary of Tagore’s birth, I heard a young scholar read an interesting paper on Tagore’s relationship with C. F. Andrews and Edward Thompson ...
Beloved story teller of magic worlds: Three novellas of Lila Majumdar - Anu Kumar English | Book-Review | November 2011 Beloved story teller of magic worlds: Three novellas of Lila Majumdar
'Once when I was a woman!' - Anu Kumar English | Book-Review | November 2011 Review of
The Final Question, by Saratchandra Chattopadhyay; Translated from the original Bengali by Members of the Department of English, Jadavpur University; Edited by Arup Rudra and Sukanta Chaudhuri;
Inside the World of Tagore's Music - Reba Som's "Rabindranath Tagore: The singer and his song" - Bhaswati Ghosh Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | August 2011 Even though his musical creations form but a fraction of Tagore’s overall oeuvre, throughout his writing and creative life, music remained a much-evolving constant.
The Owl's Gaze—Everyday life in early Calcutta - Anu Kumar English | Book-Review | July 2010 Review of
The Observant Owl Hootum’s Vignettes of Nineteenth-century Calcutta, by Kaliprasanna Sinha; Translated from the original Bengali by Swarup Roy.
Valuable Glimpses of the Tagore Legacy, ed. by Uma Das Gupta -- A Book Review - Tan Chung Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | November 2009 There are macrocosmic and microcosmic aspects of the Tagore legacy. From the macro-perspective, as Jawaharlal Nehru was the main founding father of modern Indian politics, Rabindranath Tagore was that of modern Indian culture. In this sense, Tagore’s greatness cannot be sized up ...
A Review: Maitreyi Devi's - Tagore by Fireside Anandamayee Majumdar Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | May 2009 Tagore by Fireside (1960) is an intimate story of Rabindranath Tagore in the last years of his life (1938-1941). It is a record of his time spent at the home of Maitreyi Devi and her husband, in a remote hill-station Mungpu...
Red Oleanders (Raktakarabi) by Rabindranath Tagore A New Translation and Adaptation: Two Reviews - Kathleen M. O'Connell, Uma Dasgupta Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | December 2008 Red Oleanders (Raktakarabi) is one of the more than sixty plays, dance dramas and dramatic sketches by Asia’s first Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore. The play, written in 1923-24, was begun...
Making Connections: Hungry Hungarians meet Bengal Tigers: A Book Review - Ketaki Kushari Dyson Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | September 2008 It is now recognized that one of the fallouts of the Saidian conceptualization of ‘Orientalism’ has been a decline in the study of Oriental languages and literatures ...
Quiet Scholarship with a Tagorean Reach: Three Books by Uma Das Gupta, reviewed by Ana Jelnikar - Ana Jelnikar Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | May 2007 At a time when interest in Rabindranath Tagore, also in the non-English speaking West, may be said to be entering a new phase, with the promise of a wider readership both inside and outside academic circles, all three of Uma Das Gupta’s books...
- Anandamath, or The Sacred Brotherhood: A Book Review Ketaki Kushari Dyson English | Book-Review | December 2005 Review of Bankimcandra Chatterji,
Anandamath, or The Sacred Brotherhood, Translated with an Introduction and Critical Apparatus by Julius J. Lipner, Oxford University Press, New York, 2005
Twice-Told Tales - Susan Chacko English | Book-Review | May 2004 Review of three books by Upendrakishore Raychoudhury:
Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne: the magical world of Upendrakishore Roychoudhury, Translated by Swagata Deb; The Stupid Tiger. , Translated by William Radice; and Majantali and Co. , Translated by Madhuchhanda Karlekar
Yogayog (Nexus) by Rabindranath Tagore - Meenakshi Mukherjee Rabindranath Tagore | Book-Review | March 2004 When the works of Rabindranath finally came out of copyright in the new millennium, there began a scramble among publishers to cash in on the brand name ` Tagore’. ...
- A Tremendous Comet : Michael Madhusudan Dutt Ketaki Kushari Dyson English | Book-Review : ধারাবাহিক | January 2004 A detailed review of Ghulam Musrshid:
Lured by Hope: A Biography of Michael Madhusudan Dutt, translated from Bengali by Gopa Majumdar
From the Hooghly to the Seine - Susan Chacko English | Book-Review | August 2003 Review of Taslima Nasrin's
French Lover, translated inti English by Sreejata Guha.
A Chronicle of Discrimination - Fatima Husain English | Book-Review | August 2003 Review of Taslima Nasrin's
My Girlhood: An Autobiography translated into English by Gopa Majumdar
Divergent Rays - Susan Chacko Satyajit Ray | Book-Review | February 2003 Review of
The Adventures of Feluda, by Satyajit Ray; Translated by Chitrita Banerjee; and
Childhood Days: A Memoir, Translated by Bijoya Ray
Outcastes and Oppression - Susan Chacko English | Book-Review | November 2001 Review of
Breast Stories, by Mahasweta Devi; Translated by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak; Seagull Books; Calcutta; 1997; and Of Women, Outcastes, Peasant and Rebels: A Selection of Bengali Short Stories, Edited, translated, and with an Introduction by Kalpana Bardhan; University of California Press; 1990
Kingdoms, Cats and Crypts : Back to the Classics - Susan Chacko English | Book-Review | February 2001 Review of Lal Kalo, by Girindrasekhar Bose;
Majantali & Co, by Upendrakishore Raychaudhuri; and
Father Gabriel's Crypt, by Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay;
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