Three Indian Poets: Nissim Ezekiel, A. K. Ramanujan, Dom Moraes

Three Indian Poets introduces the poetry of three contemporary Indian poets Nissim Ezekiel, A.K Ramanujan and Dom Moraes often considered the originators of modern Indian poetry in English Vastly dissimilar in background, style, relationship to India, and vision, their poetry expresses in different ways some of the concerns of Indian writers in English This work examiThree Indian Poets introduces the poetry of three contemporary Indian poets Nissim Ezekiel, A.K Ramanujan and Dom Moraes often considered the originators of modern Indian poetry in English Vastly dissimilar in background, style, relationship to India, and vision, their poetry expresses in different ways some of the concerns of Indian writers in English This work examines these concerns as well as each poet s major themes and preoccupations, the traits which characterize his poetry, and his evolution as a poet Providing a brief biographical sketch of each poet, a close literary analysis of his work, and a discussion on technique and poetic process, Three Indian Poets should prove invaluable to poetry readers and those interested in commonwealth literature.
Three Indian Poets Nissim Ezekiel A K Ramanujan Dom Moraes Three Indian Poets introduces the poetry of three contemporary Indian poets Nissim Ezekiel A K Ramanujan and Dom Moraes often considered the originators of modern Indian poetry in English Vastly diss

  • Title: Three Indian Poets: Nissim Ezekiel, A. K. Ramanujan, Dom Moraes
  • Author: Bruce Alvin King
  • ISBN: 9780195625981
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
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    Bruce Alvin King

    Bruce King is a freelance editor and writer He has held professorships or distinguished visiting professorships at Ahmadu Bello Nigeria , Lagos, Stirling, Windsor Canada , Canterbury NZ , Ben Gurion Israel , Angers France Paris III, Paris VII, and North Alabama.Dr King received his batchelor s degree from Columbia University in 1954, before moving to England to undertake an MA 1955 and then later a PhD 1960 , both at the University of Leeds In between his MA and PhD, King also undertook graduate studies at the University of Minnesota from 1955 56.Following his doctorate, King took posts as an instructor for Brooklyn College City University of New York, USA , Assistant Professor fo the University of Alberta Calgary, Canada , as a lecturer for the University of Ibadan Nigeria , and then at the University of Bristol England.In 1967 he transferred to the University of Lagos Nigeria where he was a professor for three years, followed by professorships at the University of Windsor Canada , and at Ahmadu Bello University Nigeria Dr King has also held numerous visiting professorship, including at the University of Paris III France , the University of Stirling Scotland , Ben Gurion University of the Negev Israel , the University of Paris VII France , the University of Angers France and the University of Beyreuth Germany In 1979 he was appointed Professor of English at the University of Canterbury New Zealand , and then in 1983 he accepted the appointment as the Albert S Johnson Professor of Literature at the University of North Alabama.He is a member of the Modern Languages Association.

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