Modern Indian Poet Writing in English: Jayanta Mahapatra
In This Study Jayanta Mahapatra Emerges As An Intense And Profoundly Personal Poet A Shy And Private Person, A Subjective Poet, An Honest Person, But A Difficult Poet To Read. The Author`S Arguments Are Cogent, His Judgement Sensible And Balanced. Has Seven Chapters Ending With Conclusions And A Useful Bibliography.
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