English Poetry by Indians

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Fritz Blackwell, Arthur Wilber Stevens
Writers Workshop, 1988 - Anglo-Indian poetry - 266 pages
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Fritz Blackwell did not do his homework well.Among poets included in this anthology, Feroz Ahmed-ud-din is not an Indian but a Bangladeshi writer. His poetry and translations were published by the Writers Workshop, Calcutta, in his book of poems This Handful of Dust and extensively in its publication Miscellany on many ocassions. Feroz Ahmed-ud-din was the first writer to represent Bangladesh at the
International Writing Program, University of Iowa, Iowa City, USA as a Visiting Writer in 1976. He was a Visiting Writer at the Culture Learning Institute, East West Center, University of Hawaii in 1977.Currently Feroz Ahmed-ud-din lives in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He thanks Blackwell for incuding his writings in this book and considers it to be an honour to be among such illutstrious writers.
 

Contents

Bina Agarwal
13
Feroz Ahmeduddin
19
Lawrence Bantleman
26
The Elephant
34
Martin Luther King
62
RuminationsI
70
Kamala
79
Gauri Deshpande
98
K
152
Vishnu Khare
162
Shiv K Kumar Reginald Massty
164
P Lai Alone in Company
199
A Madhavan D N Moony
207
Yama 182 Mujibur Rahman at
216
Theatre 189 A K Ramanujan
222
Vimala Rao Mukul Sharma
224

T K Doraiswamy
104
Rohini Gupta
117
Gopal R Honnalgere
127
Subhas
135
Katrak
146
Anil Saari The Conquistadors
246
A Fragment
254
The Moods of Lord
260
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