A poet apart: a literary biography of the Bengali poet Jibanananda Das, (1899-1954)
An introduction to the work, artistic development, and literary world of Jibanananda Das, one of the most quoted poets in both Bangladesh and West Bengal. From the 1930s came the rhapsodic sonnet cycle posthumously published under the title of Bengal the Beautiful, and from the 1940s, poetry that reflected his struggle with the problems of a world at war.
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