Selected Poems

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Sahitya Akademi, Jan 1, 2005 - Kannada poetry - 100 pages
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Gopalakrishna Adiga Is One Of The Greatest Indian Poets Of The Twentieth Century. The Images, In His Poems, Are Drawn From Contemporary City Life And The Ironic Mode Examines The Failures Of Indian Culture, Society And Politics. Poets Can Learn From Adiga Hitherto Unknown Strategies Of Poetic Expression For Their Raid On The Inarticulate.
 

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Contents

My Own Words
1
Kali In Calcutta
2
The Enchanting Flute
3
We Will Build
4
Toctay Our Land An Excerpt
6
Be Doing Something Brother
8
Ugadi
11
Deepavali
14
Here They Come
37
Left Right
41
King Elephants Salvation
43
On The Day Of Sri Ramas Birth
46
To Ananda Tirtha
48
Adolescence
50
GrandfatherPlanted Banyan Tree
53
A Golden Pipe For The Crooked Tail
57

Song Of The Earth
16
Vulture Excerpts
26
Past
29
Nehru Will Not Retire
32
Frog In The Well
33
This Is Not What I Had Longed For
59
The Homeless
63
To Ambedkar Bhima Rao
77
Appendix III
97
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