Early Indian poetry in English: an anthology: 1829-1947

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Oxford University Press, Oct 7, 2005 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 341 pages
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This diverse selection of Indian poetry in English, written in the 19th and early 20th centuries, reveals the poets' experimentation with language, theme, and form. Lyrical epics, legends, ballads, and romantic and spriritual poetry, all find place in this interesting collection. Eunice de Souza's lucid introduction and brief notes on each poet sets this anthology apart from other similar collections.

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Contents

Henry Derozio
1
Kasiprasad Ghose
15
Shoshee Chunder Dixit
22
Govrx Chunder Dutt
36
Greece Chunder Dutt
54
Ram Sharma
69
The Jolly Beggars
83
Malabari
89
S H Jhabvala
168
Annaji
180
Beram Saklatvala
197
Fredoon Kabraji
214
Samuel Solomon 111
232
Raman Vakil
247
Kapil P Thakkar
253
Appendices
293

Toru Dutt
103
Manmohan Ghose
112
Joseph Furtado
124
Sarojini Naidu
137
Dhan Gopal Mukherji
143
Rustam B Paymaster
156
Letter of Resignation by Henry Derozio
304
180
315
The Indian Muse in English Garb
328
Congress Ditties and Other Rhymes
335
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