Rabindranath Tagore - The Short Stories

Autor(en): Rabindranath Tagore Herausgeber: Copyright Group Veröffentlichungsdatum: 2013-09-01
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The Short Stories Of Rabindranath Tagore. The short story is often viewed as an inferior relation to the Novel but it is an art in itself. To take a story and distil its essence into fewer pages while keeping character and plot rounded and driven is not an easy task. Many try and many fail. Rabindranth Tagore was one to succeed as this audiobook ably demonstrates. We venture to the East to meet the poet and story teller who speaks a common language of love and mysticism which continues to convey valuable insights into universal themes in contemporary society. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) who was a gifted Bengali Renaissance man, distinguishing himself as a philosopher, social and political reformer and a popular author in all literary genres. He was instrumental in an increased freedom for the press and influenced Gandhi and the founders of modern India. He composed hundreds of songs which are still sung today as they include the Indian and Bangladesh's national anthems. His prolific literary life has left a legacy of quality novels, essays and in this volume his shorter works. Gitanjali, one of his most famous works, earned him the distinction of being the first Asian writer to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1913. Among our readers are Richard Mitchley, Shyama Perera and Ghizela Rowe

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Reihe: Word Of Mouth

Typ: mp3

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Reihe: Word Of Mouth

Typ: mp3

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