• casuarinatee
    mortality and the seeming deathlessness of the Laburnum tree planted by James on his birthday. Toru Dutt may have been much impressed by Hood’s simple, meaningful line, “The tree is living yet!” Toru Dutt will not abandon the Casuarina tree even though it is a constant reminder of her irreparable personal...
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  • Sreeja
    identifying the such features and the overall view of women poets about Indian women is intended to present the poetry of women poets in our country is Toru Dutt, Sarojini Naidu, Kamala Das, Gauri Deshpandey, Monika Verma, Lakshmi Kannan, Mamta Kalia, Lila Ray, Gauri Pant, Margaret Chatterjee, Chitra Prasad...
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  • Modern Indo-English Poetry
    patriotic. Derozio and Kashiprasad set the tone for the love of India which was followed by Toru Dutt, R.N. Tagore, Sarojini Naidu, M.M. Dutt, Sri Aurobindo, Kashiprasad Ghosh, Goroo Chand Dutt and R.C. Dutt. Similarly the first quarter of twentieth century followed Romanticism, Victorianism. Poets...
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  • Women's Voices in Indian English Poetry
    object of sensual satisfaction. Indian women poets reveal the mind boggling variety of theme as well as that poetry is capable of offering.Toru Dutt,Sarojini Naidu,Kamala Das,Imtiaz Dharkar –these poets have often raised their voices against social and cultural conventions that blocks their freedom...
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  • Village by the Sea
    Lakshman 1. Summer woods 2. If you call me 3. The Soul's prayer 4. The Bird Sanctuary R. Parthasarathy : Sri. Aurobindo : Non-detailed Toru Dutt Sarojini Naidu : : Henry L.V.Derozio College: 1. To the Pupils of the Hindu 2. The Harp of India 3. Chorus of Brahmins 4. Song of he Hindustanee...
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  • english honours syllabus under CU
    (from The Golden Treasury of Indo-Anglian Poetry & Modern Indian Literature: An Anthology, Chief Editor: K.M. George, Volume 1, Sahitya Akademi) Toru Dutt: Our Casuarina Tree 6 Nissim Ezekiel: Enterprise Kamala Das: An Introduction Mahadevi Verma: This is the Lamp of the Temple Agyeya: Hiroshima ...
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  • Rick
    Indian Who Died in Africa : T. S. Eliot Shakespeare : Matthew Arnold To India – My Native Land : Henry Louis Vivian Derozio Our Casuarina Tree : Toru Dutt L Belle Dame Sans Merci : John Keats The Ballad Of Father Gilligan : W. B. Yeats Laugh and Be Merry : John Masefield The Slave’s Dream : H.W. Longfellow...
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  • The Female Character in the Epic Stories 'Paradise Lost' and 'the Ramayana'
    'The Ramayan' and 'Paradise Lost' as I try to explain the mythological themes expressed in these two old myths (Jung 64). Eve in 'Paradise Lost' and Sita in 'The Ramayan' are the two female characters used extensively by the authors in these separate stories in an attempt to explain the goals of human...
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  • Ramayana
    verses in seven books (kāṇḍas) and 500 cantos (sargas),[2] and tells the story of Rama (an incarnation of the Hindu preserver-God Vishnu), whose wife Sita is abducted by the demon king of Lanka, Ravana. Thematically, the epic explores the tenets of human existence and the concept of dharma.[3] Verses...
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  • Epic Poetry: the Foundation of Literature
    entertaining story (Dutt). The two main characters, Rama and Sita, are looked at as the ideal man and woman (“Manas: Religious Texts of India, Ramayana”). Women are urged to be like Sita, who shows unyielding faith to her husband even when she is captured by the evil Ravana (Dutt). Some may argue that...
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  • English
    Indian Poetry in English. Ed Makarand Paranjape. Macmillan, 1993) Sri Aurobindo “I have a hundred lives” “The Golden Light” “Thought the Paraclete” Toru DuttSita”, “Our Casuarina Tree” Sarojini Naidu “The Pardah Nashin”, Ghanashyam” Fiction Krupabai Satthianandhan Mulk Raj Anand Fiction Raja Rao R K Narayan...
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  • Nampally Road
    Oliver Perry and Sumita Mukherjee in the early 1990s. More recently, scholars like Sneja Gunew, Lavina Dhingra Shankar, Rahul Krishna Gairola, and Reshmi Dutt Ballerstadt have published on Alexander’s work in journals like Journal of Commonwealth Literature; Literature, Interpretation, Theory; Jouvert; and...
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  • Meg Part 1 Assignment Ignou 2012
    Discuss this in details. 10 Define the role English can play towards achieving equality and justice in today's India. 10 Why did Michael Madhusudan Dutt abandon a career of writing in English and begin writing in Bengali? Discuss in details. 10 Bankim's Rajrnoh~n'~~ has a number of melodramatic features...
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  • Women Empowerment
    could study, and like Gargi, engage in philosophical disputation. If she was left a widow there were no restrictions upon her remarriage."1 Romesh C Dutt echoes the same opinion when he says:2 "Women were held in higher respect in India than in other ancient countries, and the Epics and old literature...
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  • DALIT LITERATURE
    Do I Love Thee? Let me count the Sylvia Plath : Lady Lazarus Maya Angelou : Phenomenal Woman Kamala Das : Introduction Toru Dutt : Sita UNIT-II: PROSE Virginia Woolf : A Room of One’s Own Arundhathi Roy : The Algebra of Infinite Justice. UNIT-III: DRAMA Mahashweta...
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  • Mba Student
    India Case Details: OOS No. 1 of 1989 Shri Gopal Singh Visharad Vs. Zahur Ahmad and 8 others, OOS No. 3 of 1989 Nirmohi Aakhada etc. Vs. Baboo Priya Dutt Ram and others, OOS No. 4 of 1989 Sunni central Board of Waqfs U.P. Lucknow and others Vs. Gopal Singh Visharad and others and O.O.S.No. 5 of 1989...
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  • Everyday Life in the Patas of Kalighat
    popular than the patas. It was cheap and affordable, and the portraits of Devi Kali, Laksmi, Shiva and Parvati; Lord Krishna and Radha, Ramachandra, Sita and Hanumana were the perfect type of souvenir the poor pilgrims could have asked for. The subject matters of the early Kalighat Patas developed the...
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  • The Lotus by Toru Dutt
    THE LOTUS A poem by Toru Dutt Love came to Flora asking for a flower That would of flowers be undisputed queen, The lily and the rose, long, long had been Rivals for that high honour. Bards of power Had sung their claims. "The rose can never tower Like...
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  • Casuarina Tree
    possess.  I think that this is what I find the most fascinating about the poem for this might be how India could be described to the West, and given that Dutt was one of the first poets to be read by Western audiences, this could be part of her intent. I find myself persuaded by the element of nostalgia...
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  • The Lotus
    The Lotus Toru Dutt Love came to Flora asking for a flower That would of flowers be undisputed queen, The lily and the rose, long long had been Rivals for that high honour. Bards of power Had sung their claims. "The rose can never tower Like the pale lily with her Juno mien" - "But is the...
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