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Home and the World (New ed)

By: Tagore, Rabindranath Ganguli, Swagato(Introduction by) Guha, Sreejata(Translated by)

0143031414 / 9780143031413
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Set against the backdrop of the Partition of Bengal by the British in 1905, "Home and the World" ("Ghare Baire") is the story of a young liberal-minded zamindar Nikhilesh, his educated and sensitive wife Bimala, and Nikhilesh's friend Sandip, a charismatic nationalist leader whom Bimala finds herself attracted to.

A perceptive exposition of the difficulties surrounding women's emancipation in pre-modern India, and a telling portrayal of the chasms inherent in the nationalist movement, "Home and the World" has generated endless debate and discussion.

This classic novel by Nobel Prize-winner Rabindranath Tagore, first published in Bengali in 1916, is now available in a lucid new translation.


FA Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

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