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9780143414537 60ad0cf9c123c82e0af49a29 These My Words https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ad0cfbc123c82e0af49ad8/9780143414537-us.jpg The ultimate anthology of Indian poetry from the Vedas to the present in all the major Indian languages These My Words is an anthology of magnificent breadth, ranging from Valmiki to Agha Shahid Ali, Aurobindo to Vikram Seth, Andal to Tagore, spanning Indian poetry in its myriad forms, styles and languages. The poems speak for themselves and to each other, as folk songs and tribal epics sit alongside classical Sanskrit and formal Tamil verse is a companion to contemporary Bengali or Dogri. There is Ghalib in praise of love, Tukaram on religious bigotry, Ksetrayya on divine love through the erotic, Gieve Patel on identity. In Eunice de Souza and Melanie Silgardo's carefully curated selection, each poem illumines exquisitely the tradition of Indian poetry. 9780143414537
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  • ISBN: 9780143414537
  • Author: Eunice de Souza
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • Pages: 480
  • Format: Paperback
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The ultimate anthology of Indian poetry from the Vedas to the present in all the major Indian languages These My Words is an anthology of magnificent breadth, ranging from Valmiki to Agha Shahid Ali, Aurobindo to Vikram Seth, Andal to Tagore, spanning Indian poetry in its myriad forms, styles and languages. The poems speak for themselves and to each other, as folk songs and tribal epics sit alongside classical Sanskrit and formal Tamil verse is a companion to contemporary Bengali or Dogri. There is Ghalib in praise of love, Tukaram on religious bigotry, Ksetrayya on divine love through the erotic, Gieve Patel on identity. In Eunice de Souza and Melanie Silgardo's carefully curated selection, each poem illumines exquisitely the tradition of Indian poetry.

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