Selected Short Stories: Rabrindranath Tagore

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Selected Short Stories: Rabrindranath Tagore

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 338 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780195658293
  • DDC分類 891.4435

Full Description

This collection of Tagore's short stories, translated into English is the first title in a major and prestigious project undertaken by the Oxford University Press in collaboration with Visva-Bharati to publish new English translations of a wide range of Tagore's writings, including his poetry, non-fiction prose and fiction. The short stories included in this selection are representative not only of Tagore's range, but they also enable us to revise the conventional
view of Tagore as a short story writer. Writing them at a time when the form was not yet popular, Tagore eschewed the romantic strain prevalent in his day. His stories are fables of modern man, where fairy tale meets hard ground, where myths are reworked, and the religion of man triumphs over the
religion of rituals and convention, where the love of a woman infuses the universe with humanity. He writes with concern about such issues as the Hindu revivalism in the late nineteenth century and the bondage of women. The rhythms of daily life, his rural encounters and childhood reminiscences, unfold in his tales, as does a sense of history, the reality of the political situation and its impact on individual lives. Tagore wishes to see the world of humanity not only reflected in his own life
but also actualized in Bengali literature. His profound sensibility led him beyond the merely regional, his humanity stretching across east and west, fulfilling the purpose of his Jibandebata, his life's deity, Edited by Sukanta Chaudhuri, a well-known scholar and translator, this is an authoritative
and readable translation of Tagore's short stories. An essential Tagore for the collector, it is one that will find its place on every discerning reader's shelf.

Contents

Introduction ; The Ghat's Story ; Ramkanai's Folly ; The Exercise-Book ; Inheritance ; A Single Night ; A Fanciful Story ; The Living and the Dead ; The Golden Deer ; Kabuliwla ; Subha ; Punishment ; Trespass ; Grandfather ; Hungry Stone ; The Visitor ; The Royal Mark ; Folly ; The Wedding Garland ; The Haldar Family ; The Wife's Letter ; Woman Unknown ; House Number One ; The Unapproved Story ; Balai ; The Laboratory ; Appendix: The Story of a Mussalani ; Notes