East West poetics at work: papers presented at the Seminar on Indian and Western Poetics at Work, Dhvanyaloka, Mysore, January 1991
The Papers Brought Together In This Volume Were Presented At A Seminar Organised In January 1991 Under The Joint Auspices Of The Sahitya Akademi And The Literary Criterion Centre, Dvanyaloka, Mysore. In Collaboration With The Indian Association Of Commonwealth Literature. Several Scholarly Papers Were Presented At The Seminar On The Indian Concept Of Natya, Dhvani, Aucitya And Alankara. Erudite Scholars From All Parts Of The Country Took Part. This Seminar Represents The Third Phase Of The Interaction Between Indian And Western Critical Endeavours. Sahitya Akademi Is Happy To Bring Out These Papers In Book-Form For The Benefit Of Discerning Scholars, Academics And General Readers.
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Abhinavagupta aesthetic experience alankara analysis Ananda Anandavardhana anubhava applied artist Auchitya beauty becomes Bharata bhava Bhima called concept of rasa context creative cultural Devi dhvani Dhvanyaloka Dikshithar drama emotion emotional mood epic erotic evoke example expression fact feeling formalist Gandhi Ghatotkacha Godse heart Hidimba human Humbert Indian literature Indian poetics Indian theory Kalidasa Karuna Krishna kriti Kuntaka Lear linguistic literary criticism Lolita madhyama Mahabharata meaning Meghaduta mind modern mood Moscow Linguistic Circle Mukarovsky narrator nature novel objects Okonkwo Pandavas perception play plot poem poet poet's poetic language poetry rasa rasa theory rasa-dhvani rasika reader reality reference relish Sagarika Sahitya sahrdaya Sanskrit Poetics Santa says scholars sense Shklovsky speech Sri Aurobindo stanza story structure suggested symbols T.S. Eliot technique theorist things tradition universal Vakrata Vakrokti verse vibhava Victor Shklovsky W.B. Yeats Western poetics words writing