The Quest Goes On And Other Poems
Sahitya Akademi Publications, Jan 1, 1994 - Bengali poetry - 62 pages
The Predeominant Feature In Arun Mitra'S Poetry Is His Decisive Reversal From The Prevalent Feeling And Form. His Poems Read Like Soliloques And In Reading Them, One Identifies A Voice No Other Than His Own. Thus His Readers Find Their Agony And Aspiration Expressed In His Poems. The Present Anthology Includes Fifty-Five Poems- A Fairly Sizable And Representative Selection Made By The Poet Himself.
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