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eBook New Poetry in Hindi: Nayi Kavita: An Anthology (Anthem South Asian Studies) download ISBN: 1843311259
Author: Lucy Rosenstein
Publisher: Anthem Press (September 24, 2004)
Language: English
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Lucy Rosenstein grew up in Sofia, Bulgaria, where she first studied Hindi. She obtained her MA and PhD in Hindi from SOAS, London, where she currently teaches. Series: Anthem South Asian Studies.

Lucy Rosenstein grew up in Sofia, Bulgaria, where she first studied Hindi. Paperback: 192 pages. Publisher: Anthem Press (September 24, 2004). ISBN-13: 978-1843311256. Product Dimensions: . x 1 x . inches.

Book DescriptionIn 1943 a slim volume of poetry, "Tar Saptak", burst onto the Hindi literary scene. It gave voice to seven young poets who were determined to experiment both with the content and form of poetry. Tar Saptak" heralded the beginning of "Prayogvad" (Experimentalism), which in turn became "Nayi Kavita" (New Poetry). Taken from "Nayi Kavita", this parallel text anthology interprets it not as a narrow literary movement but as a modernist tendency still flourishing in Hindi poetry.

New Poetry in Hindi book. New Poetry in Hindi: Nayi Kavita: An Anthology. by. Lucy Rosenstein (Translation). Taken from Nayi Kavita, this parallel text anthology interprets it not as a narrow literary movement but as a modernist tendency still flourishing in Hindi poetry. The collection includes seven poets who first published in one of the Saptaks: Agyeya Muktibodh, Shamsher, Raghuvir Sahay, Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, Kunwar Narain and Kedarnath Singh. The present anthology derives from Nayi Kavita, interpreted not as a narrow literary movement but as a modernist tendency still flourishing in Hindi poetry. She did her MA and PhD in Hindi from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, where she presently teaches. She has published a book on the devotional poetry of Svami Haridas as well as several articles on, and translations of, contemporary Hindi poetry.

Lucy Rosenstein did her MA in Indology at Sofia University (Bulgaria) .

Lucy Rosenstein did her MA in Indology at Sofia University (Bulgaria) and came to SOAS to further her knowledge of Hindi in 1991 by doing an MA and a PhD in Hindi. This shift in interest is reflected in the books she has published so far: Swami Haridas and the Haridasi sampradaya: A study of early Braj Bhasha verse (Egbert Forsten 1997) and Nayi Kavita 'New Poetry' in Hindi: An Anthology (Permanent Black 2003). For the last few years she has been particularly interested in gender issues and translation. Her current ambition is to persuade a publisher that poetry is worth publishing and to bring out an annotated anthology of women's poetry in Hindi.

This is a list of anthologies of Indian English Poetry. Indian English Poetry is one of the oldest forms of Indian English Literature.

Author : Lucy Rosenstein,(Translation). Publisher : Anthem Press. Taken from Nayi Kavita, this parallel text anthology interprets it not as a narrow literary movement but as a modernist tendency still flourishing in Hindi poetry

Author : Lucy Rosenstein,(Translation).

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New Poetry in Hindi: Nayi Kavita in Hindi: An Anthology, translated by Lucy Rosenstein, Wimbledon Publishing Company, 2004. Four Poems by Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena. Suraj Ko Nahi Doobne Doonga, A Poem by Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena. Apni Bitiya Ke Liye Ek Kavita - A poetry film by Sidharth Pratap Singh on YouTube. php?title Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena&oldid 914631413"

In 1943 a slim volume of poetry, 'Tar Saptak', burst onto the Hindi literary scene. It gave voice to seven young poets who were determined to experiment both with the content and form of poetry. 'Tar Saptak' heralded the beginning of Prayogvad (Experimentalism), which in turn became Nayi Kavita (New Poetry). Taken from Nayi Kavita, this parallel text anthology interprets it not as a narrow literary movement but as a modernist tendency still flourishing in Hindi poetry. The collection includes seven poets who first published in one of the Saptaks: Agyeya Muktibodh, Shamsher, Raghuvir Sahay, Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena, Kunwar Narain and Kedarnath Singh. This volume also significantly revises the literary map of modern Hindi poetry, demonstrating that, contrary to established opinion, the 1960s and 1970s produced gifted women poets such as Shakunt Mathur, Amrita Bharati and Jyotsna Milan, all of whose work is represented here.