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Ten Poetic Minds In Indian English Poetry

Authored By: P C K Prem (p c katoch)

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789352071463

Year of Publication: 2016

Pages: 334

                                       Binding: Hardback(HB)

Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories

Price in Rs. 910.00

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About the Book


Poets included for study, exhibit unparallel poetic range of universality and catholicity as one scrutinizes poetic output that continues to grow with amazing rapidity. Poets are conscious of man’s anguish as they live in difficult times and try to touch a realistic world and earmark definite parameters of emotional upsurge. They appear quite worried about Indian mind. Native consciousness continues to travel in verses with an idealistic frame and philosophical dimensions. They are genuine in efforts to reach truth of existence, and interpret life at the experiential and theoretical level with intensity. Truth in various shades is the fountainhead of verses of poets, who not only exhibit anxiety for Indian culture and heritage but through lyrics, try to comprehend depths of reality with universal dimensions and in a subtle process, encompass humanity.

Poets included are Rabindranath Tagore, Daruwalla, Shiv K. Kumar, Jayanta Mahapatra, Hazara Singh, Syed Ameeruddin, O. P. Arora, R. K, Bhushan, D C Chambial and R. K. Singh.


About the Author


An author of more than forty five books in English and Hindi, P C K Prem (p c katoch of Garh-Malkher, Palampur, HP) a former academician, civil servant and member PSC HP Shimla, obtained Master’s degree in English Literature from Punjab University in 1970. Nine volumes of poetry have appeared in print including seven novels, two books on short fiction, and books on criticism (in English and Hindi), and a book on ‘English Poetry in India: A Comprehensive Survey of Trends and Thought Patterns.’ A winner of several literary awards, he is currently working on ancient literature and its message. Presently, he lives with wife Shakun in their farm at Palampur, Himachal, India.