Authored By: Dalvir Singh Gahlawat
Year of Publication: 2018
|Pages: 66||Binding: Paperback(PB)|
Category: Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories
|Price in Rs. 175.00||Price in (USA) $. 29.95|
This book presents an inspiring a strong defense of poetry as a craft. The work reads as how the poet brings life to words on pages. Each of the thirty six poems explicates a different poetic element with clarity of vision and delightful examples. It is sure that this book will engage poets, readers, and writersproviding new ways of seeing the formal dimensions of poetry.It is a handbook like whichis written from the heart.Anironic, learned, immensely helpful running commentary on teaching young poets to write.
Born on March 02, 1961 in a small hamlet (Raipur) of District Jhajjar, Haryana, India. He got graduation from M.D. University, Rohtak, Haryana and subsequently joined Delhi Police. He was directly recruited as Head Constable in Communication in 1988 and remained the best cadet in his training. At present he is working in Delhi Police as Sub-Inspector. During his service he got M.A. Political Science, M.A English, M. Phil. English and PhD in English. His PhD topic is –“New Woman Inching towards Freedom- Predicament of Woman in the Novels of Shashi Deshpande”. Having rural background he suffered more in his childhood but never lost heart. He always wants to drink the life to the lees and share his experiences with others. He has visited all over India and attended above thirty UGC sponsored National and International Seminars. He has chaired sessions at International level seminars and also remained ‘Resource Person’ and ‘Key Note Speaker’ in these seminars. He has above forty research papers including twelve poems and short story in his credit. His Poems “Boat of Life”, and “I am Politics” were selected the best poems in the International Poetry Fest -2011 held at Guntur, AP, on 11.11.2011 and 21-22 September 2017 respectively. He has also attended 42nd All India Police Science Congress held at Gangtok, Sikkim on 15-17 Feb, 2012 and presented his paper there. He has seven books titled Turmoil and Turn: Women in Shashi Deshpande’s Novels, Post Feminism in India: Myth or Reality, Psycho Socio analysis of India Police System, Smile from the Veil (Collection of Poems), Feminine Consciousness:Glimpsing Indian Perspective, Indian Policing: Significance of Intelligent Leadership, Cyber Policing and Digital Humanity in his credit. He believes that ‘No Royal road goes to the success except hard work’.