Vol 2 No 4, 2010

Rabindranath Tagore

SPECIAL ISSUE ON RABINDRANATH TAGORE, 150 YEARS

Edited by Amrit Sen, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan

 CONTENTS

 Pages

Editorial (PDF)

364—365

Criticism

The Inseparable Dichotomy of Nationalism: The Home and the World’s Readings in China and the Reconsiderations (PDF)
Xinguye Zhou

366—372

Open Texture of Nationalism: Tagore as Nationalist (PDF)
Gangeya Mukherji

373—384

Representation of the ‘National Self’— Novelistic Portrayal of a New Cultural Identity in Gora (PDF)
Dipankar Roy

385—404

Unheeded Caveats: Examining Pax Americana in the Light of Tagore’s Nationalism (PDF)
Abin Chakraborty

405—417

Jatiyo Itihaas vis-à-vis Manab Itihaas: Tagore the Historiographer (PDF)
Sajalkumar Bhattacharya

418—427

In The World of Men: Tagore’s Arrival In The Spiritual Domain Of Nationalism (PDF)
Banibrata Goswami

428—446

The Sexologist and the Poet: On Magnus Hirschfeld, Rabindranath Tagore, and the Critique of Sexual Binarity (PDF)
J. Edgar Bauer    

447—470

The Scientist and the Poet: Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose and Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Biswanath Banerjee

471—480

Love of Creation and Mysticism in Tagore’s Gitanjali and Stray Birds (PDF)
Paula Hayes

481—490

‘There is Nothing as Old as a Child’:  Childhood and Language in Rabindranath Tagore’s The Crescent Moon (PDF)
Josephine A. McQuail

491—503

Tagore’s Philosophy of Life – a Study of Sadhana (PDF)
Marie Josephine Aruna

504—512

The Unrecognized Work of Tagore as Translator: An Assessment of Red Oleanders (PDF)
Basudeb Chakraborti

513—528

Shades of Autumn: A Close Reading of the Autumnal Verses of Rabindranath, Blake, Shelley, Keats, Hood and Jibanananda (PDF)
Sudeshna Majumdar

529—538

Rabindranath Tagore and Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Study in Poetic Affinities (PDF)
Goutam Buddha Sural

539—548

Signifying The Self: Intersections of Class, Caste and Gender in Rabindranath Tagore’s Dance Drama Chandalika (1938) (PDF)
Sutapa Chaudhuri

549—556

Rabindrasangeet today: a Sociological Approach (PDF)
Saurav Dasthakur

557–570

Two Cosmopolitan Friends: Tagore and Cousins (PDF)
Utpal Mitra

571–579

An Eriksonian Interpretation of Few Selected Poems of Rabindranth Tagore (PDF)
Sanjukta Das & Rimjhim Ray

580—587

On reading ‘Streer Patra’, Mrinal’s letter to her husband (PDF)
Shyamali Dasgupta

588—595

Scripting Women in Three Short Stories of Tagore (PDF)
Madhumita Roy

596—604

Jottings from a Personal Diary: Random Notes on Select Pictorial Images by Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Sanjoy Kumar Mallik

605–615

Tagore’s Paintings: a Creation of Genius (PDF)
Rajdeep Konar

616—627

Tagore’s Educational Experiments and Right to Education Bill: a Comparison (PDF)
Falguni P. Desai

628—640

Chaturanga – the Complex Tapestry (PDF)
Amitava Nag

641—647

Challenging Enlightenment Paradigms : Responses of Benjamin and Tagore (PDF)
Debmalya Das

648—659

Creative

Gitanjali (1-10) by Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Fakrul Alam

660—665

“Paye Cholar Path” (The Wandering Way) from Lipika by Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Susmita Paul

666—667

“The Judge” by Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Barnali Saha (Banerjee)

668—674

Book Received and Reviewed

Jeevandevata: Rabindra Rachana Sankalan (PDF)
Reviewed by Amrit Sen

675—676

The Oxford India Tagore: Selected Writings on Education and Nationalism (PDF)
Review by Dipankar Roy

677—682

Rabindranath Tagore: Three Novellas (PDF)
Review by Amrit Sen

683—684

Of Love, Nature and Devotion: Selected Songs of Rabindranath Taogore (PDF)
Review by Amrit Sen

685—687

Songs of Rabindranath Tagore (PDF)
Reviewed by Amrit Sen

688—689

 About the Contributors (PDF)

690—694

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