Symbolism in the Poetry of Sri Aurobindo

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Abhinav Publications, 1989 - Indic poetry (English) - 122 pages
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This Book Will Be An Interesting And Useful Guide To The Students Of Indo-Anglian Poetry. It Identifies Some Recurring Symbols In The Poetry Of Sri Aurobindo, Traces Their Development And Their Final Culmination Into Savitri. It Also Shows How The Poet Sri Aurobindo Had Grown Along With His Symbols And Evolved Himself Finally Into A Yogi. Sri Aurobindo Is In The Long Line Of The Seer-Poets Of India And His Message Has An All-Time Relevance To Society.
 

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Contents

1 Dhvani or the Theory of Suggestion in Indian Aesthetics
1
2 Sri AurobindoAnd His Outlook on Symbolism
7
3 Symbolism in Sri Aurobindo
15
The Daughter of Heaven
19
The Voice of Infinity
34
Higher Than Heaven
42
The Eternal Might
51
To the Vasts of God
59
9 Colour in Sri Aurobindos Poetry
72
10 Symbols from Science
75
11 Mythological Symbols
81
12 And Other Symbols
92
13 Sri Aurobindo and After
101
Bibliography
115
Index
121
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