Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, and the British Raj: Some Untold Stories
Partridge Publishing Singapore, 29 փտվ, 2016 թ. - 158 էջ
Rabindranath Tagore is the most famous composer of Bengali lyrics and won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913. This book includes the full text of his prize-winning book, Gitanjali (Song Offerings), in its English version along with an introduction by W.B. Yeats that was published in London in 1912. Up until Gitanjali, Tagore was not popular in Bengaland his name was not even mentioned in The History of Bengali Language and Literature by Dinesh Chandra Sen, which was Published by the University of Calcutta in 1912. The author examines how the Hindu mystic poet was influenced by the great fictional epics Ramayana and Mahabharata and other ancient Hindu religious books, especially Upanishads. He also explores how Christian and Islamic literature and culture influenced the poets writings. Discover the untold story of how Tagores connections with influential Jews of England, other European countries, and the United States may have contributed to him winning the prize that led to his fame.
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British occupation of India and patronage to nonMuslims
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The influence of Prince Dwarakanath Tagore
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British colonial rulers continued patronage of the elite non Muslims
Rabindranath Tagores Western and Jewish contacts
The Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913
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__________ Chapter 1913 Nobel Prize AngloIndian awarded the Nobel baby’s Bangladesh Bankim Chandra Chatterjee became Bengalee Hindus Bengalee Muslims Bengali language Bengali literature Brahmo Samaj British Raj British rulers Calcutta Carola Hermelin century Chandra Chatterjee Christian collection of essays collection of poems colonial dark Delhi Dhaka door drama dust EastIndia Company eyes famous flowers Gitanjali Song Offerings give heart India National Congress influence Internet Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar Islam Jews Lalon Fakir lamp light literary literature in 1913 living London lord master’s morning Muslim never night Nobel Committee Nobel Prize notable Pakistan partition play poet poet’s poetry popularity Prize for Literature prose published Rabindranath Tagore Raj in India Raja Ram Mohan Ram Mohan Roy readers religious silent smile soul speech Swedish Academy sweet Tagore family Tagore was awarded thee thine Thou hast thy feet W. B. Yeats Western worship