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Openness in the Poetry of Kamala Das: A Study with Special Reference to Some Selected Poems ?>

Openness in the Poetry of Kamala Das: A Study with Special Reference to Some Selected Poems

Sofior Rahman Pramanik Abstract: Kamala Das, one of the poetic-trinity of Indo-Anglian poets, is also one of the most distinctive and original of all Indian poets. She published only three volumes of poetry: Summer in Culcutta (1965), The Descendants (1967) and The Old Playhouse and Other Poems (1973). Her success as well as failure mainly rests on these volumes of poetry. Her poems are characterized by extreme sincerity, love-longingness, frustration, disillusionment and frankness. The main reasons of her popularity as…

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Stanley, the Non-Conformist in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party ?>

Stanley, the Non-Conformist in Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party

S.M. Abu Hanifa Abstract: Like in other absurd dramas, Stanley the hero of the play The Birthday Party is in the world of alienation for the preservation of self-identity. He wants to be in his own world but could not as the state agents__ Goldberg and McCann capture him to take the unknown person, Dr. Monty. If we compare Pinter and Beckett, we find that they seemed to be different from each other. In Pinter the intensity of the metaphysical…

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Indian English Drama and Mahesh Dattani ?>

Indian English Drama and Mahesh Dattani

Click here to download pdf of this research article Elias Uddin Khalifa – Abstract: Indian Drama in English began its run with the start of Indian Writing in English. It is a matter of fact that the number of plays written in English is fewer than that of poetry and novel due to limited audience. The Indian English drama flourished during the pre-independence era. In India drama in English became visible with the establishment of three presidencies by the colonizers in…

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