Beyond the Word: The Multiple Gestures of Tradition

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1993 - Aesthetics, Indic - 195 pages
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The essays in this anthology seek to look at the multiple gestures of tradition in relation to our own times and in som doing they have a relevance for the continuing debate on modern and post modern era.
 

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Contents

Changing Aesthetics in Contemporary Visual Art
1
Tribal Art of Orissa
19
Art and the Primacy of the Person
29
Tradition in Modern Art
35
Shakespeare or a Pair of Shoes? Art and the Market
43
Words Signs and Gestures
47
The World of Indias Tribal Poetry
51
Rites of Propitiation in Tribal Societies
75
Eros and Metaphysics
119
The Sociology of Literary Imagination
127
More of the Third World
137
Tradition Bondage and Freedom
141
East and West
151
The Archetypal Relation between
157
The Need
163
Science in Post
173

Its Relevance to Indian Poetry
89
Literary Criticism as SabhyataSameeksha
107
Translation and the Problem of Equivalence
111
A Note
187
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