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One of the most controversial novels written by Jibanananda Das. The backdrop is Kolkata during the disturbed period between the First and Second World War. Jibananada's life was going through a lot of turmoil then. In this novel he is searching his own self alongwith a distinct path of creation.

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Product SKU: RH9788193613153

Languages: Bengali

Publisher/Brands: Rhito Prakashan

Editorial: Gautam Mitra

ISBN-13: 978-8193613153

Pages: 221

Binding: Hardbound

Size: 22c.mX14.5c.m

Publishing Year: 2018

JIBANANANDA DAS

Jibanananda Das (17 February 1899 – 22 October 1954) was a Bengali poet, writer, novelist and essayist of [Bangladesh]]. Dimly recognised during his lifetime, today Das is acknowledged as "the premier poet of the post-Tagore era in India" and Bangladesh[citation needed]. One of his translators, Clinton B. Seely, is among those who consider Jibananda Das as "Bengal's greatest modern poet" and its "best loved poet" too. Author and literary critic Amit Chaudhuri concurs, describing Das's writing with admiration: "The poems are now part of the Bengali consciousness, on both sides of the border dividing India from what was Pakistan and is now Bangladesh; it's safe to claim that Das is the pre-eminent and best loved Bengali poet after Tagore." For the poets in the latter half of the twentieth century Das "has practically come to take place of Tagore". Das's oeuvre is eclectic and resists classification under any single heading or school.

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