Want a essay on Rabindra Nath Tagore?

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4 Responses to “Want a essay on Rabindra Nath Tagore?”

  1. bobstays says:

    Just google “Rabindra Nath Tagore” . You will get different resources.

  2. Gloria says:

    14.1.09On Rabindranath Tagore Essay Modern Poetry In the wake of the rise of a new art movement in Europe and Bengal as well, Rabindranath Tagore’s essay Modern Poetry, in particular, is a defence of the older literary tradition in the vein of Romanticism. In general it is a critique on aesthetics in order to justify that the value of a literary product lies in its universality of appeal. Tagore’s spiritual nexus with the Romantics is a thing he himself admits; Burns, Wordsworth, Shelley, Keats were so many champions of the individualistic modes just as Tagore was. On the face of it the cry of the “modern English poets” for impersonal objectivity in art in the likeness of science leaves him annoyed. He has a deep loathing for any argument which should insist on a deliberate jerking-away from the tradition and convention, and which should narrow down the range of modernism to a fastidious stripping about all illusions of life. For, Tagore is at pains to show that the tradition cannot be totally aborted and the universal truth about poetry or poetic beauty cannot be subverted or improved upon. But Tagore wrote the essay Modern Poetry before the advent of what is termed as ‘Modernism’ in the 20th century literary criticism. The specific features signified by the term vary with the user, but almost all writers agree that it involves a deliberate and radical break with some of the traditional bases not only of western art, but also of western culture, in general. Tagore’s vision, therefore, was great enough to recognise the fundamental features of the so-called ‘modernism’. He begins the essay with an understanding that the term ‘modernism’ is semantically mobile. Modernity in normal usage is something that progresses in company with and at the speed of the years; in this sense, “the last year’s modern is not this year’s”. So he explains the illusive nature of the implications of the term:”it is not so much a question of time as of temperament. Most rivers after flowing straight take a sudden twist or turn. When literature does that, that turn may be called modern.”In this way, the poetry of the Romantics of the Victorians must have seemed ‘modern’ respectively to their contemporaries, just as that of the Avant-garde’s is. But Tagore’s is inflamed at their attitude of reacting against the imaginary and illusive world of the poetry of yesteryears deliberately and violently. Here Tagore thought-process runs in parallel with F.R. Leavis, who in New Bearing in English Poetry observes that the poetry of the last decades of the 19th century was preoccupied with the creation of dream-world, and that new poetry wanted to shatter that dream-world. But Tagore affirms that illusions cannot be given up completely. When the violent realists are all set to keep wooing the proportions of science, they are only changing the variety of those illusions. Again, Tagore’s Romantic heritage pops up when he puts a rhetorical question:”Does not Beauty become bankrupt when divested of the veil which reveals rather than conceals?” The ‘veil’ is a Shelleyan metaphor which comes naturally to Tagore. Moreover, he notes a touch of arrogance in the modernists’ attitude, as if it has become a fashion. Such a self-conscious ‘modernism’ is clearly revealed, he thinks, in a poet’s deliberate anticlimactic juxtaposition of the frog and Apollo. Tagore excerpts a few lines from a modern poet to show he self-conscious modernism of that poet, who, intoxicated, gives an irreverent fare-well to the ‘beauty’ of the by-gone days:”You are beautiful and fadedLike an old opera tune…………………………………..My vigour is a new-minted pennyWhich I cast at your feet.”To reinforce his point, Tagore refers to Ezra Pound’s A Study of Aesthetics, where a boy shows incredible lack of discrimination by applying the epithet ‘beautiful’ first to a girl and then to the neatly arranged fish on the riverbank. Tagore argues, if it is being loyal to the reality by distorting the reality in the way of ugliness, they apply the same illusive dye simply of an opposite kind. The fact is that the “present day literature” has ‘accepted the creed of modernity” consciously and it is this consciousness that makes Eliot a modern rather than Robert Bridges. Tagore quotes extensively from Eliot’s Preludes a number of images which convey a sense of squalor ugliness of modern urban life in which men and women are subject to suffer. Such images Tagore observes, do not suggest that the poet is taking a perverse delight in ugliness, but they reflect the poet’s distaste for the dung-gathering world evidently. But Tagore’s ability to rise above his Romantic bias and overcome his natural antipathy towards the modernists’ preoccupation with the unconventional and anti-Romantic is reflected in his allusion to the lines from Eliot’s Preludes, which suggest, however, fleeting notions of beauty and immortality even in the midst

  3. creepie says:

    In hindi- refer to a library bookor try indiaclub.booksdo google search and nany sites in english would open Or go to a hindi paper site such as hindustan or navbharat times and search for articles