The Cut Off Points & Poems

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Abhinav Publications, Jan 1, 1989 - 51 pages
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Keshav Malik Has Published Eight Volumes Of Poetry, One Of Prose, And Edited Five Anthologies Of Poetry In Translation From Indian Languages Into English. His Own Poems Have Been Widely Translated Into Several Indian And Foreign Languages. After Obtaining His Bachelor Of Arts Degree, Malik Studied Art History In Italy And France On Cultural Scholarships For Several Years. On His Return Home To India He Edited Thought A Weekly, Indian Literature, A Bi-Monthly, And Art & Poetry, A Quarterly. He Now Edits The Poetry Bulletin Of The Poetry Society (India), And Is Also The Art Reviewer Of A Leading Newspaper - The Times Of India, New Delhi.
 

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Contents

1 New Era?
9
2 Now no beauty no truth
10
3 Restricted Zone
11
4 The Task Remaining
13
5 to surrender all
14
6 Laying the Lines
15
7 No way but
16
8 Purgative
17
20 Enduring Stone Pure Sound
33
21 Surprise
35
22 OutofTime
37
23 To turn and toss
38
24 Phantoms
39
25 Longdistance Traveller
40
26 Spectre
41
27 Try
43

9 A Pair
18
10 Call
19
11 Holy Family
21
12 Janus
22
13 Arjuna
24
14 A Reluctance to Offer Advice
26
15 Everything but Everything
27
16 beyond the bend
28
17 There is no way
29
18 Mind at Midnoon
30
19 mind traveller extraordinary
32
28 The Cutoff Point
46
29 Hawk
48
30 Protest
50
31 Backstage
51
32 Newshound
53
33 Gobetween
54
34 A First Visit to the Museum of Earth Sciences
55
35 Pressure
56
36 Tlieres always hope
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