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‘A rich compilation of essays from stalwarts in the field, revealing how the women in Tagore’s varied representations straddle the public/private spheres depicting the myriad moods of the feminine, from the abstract to the concrete, from the empowered to the romantic.’
The book is a compilation of much nuanced essays written by experts in the field and promises to offer a trajectory of movement in Tagore’s sensibilities as well as its reception (in contemporary times) relevant to the field of cultural theory, aesthetics and philosophy. The same are investigated through the lens of Tagore’s gender concerns and though its engagement is academic, the book will interest anyone concerned with questions of social justice and rights.
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