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The collected essays of A.K. Ramanujan

by A. K. Ramanujan

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Published by Oxford University Press in New Delhi, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indic literature -- History and criticism

  • About the Edition

    Chiefly on Indic literature.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical refrences (p. [553]-600) and index.

    Statementgeneral editor, Vinay Dharwadker ; contributors, Stuart Blackburn ... [et al.].
    ContributionsDharwadker, Vinay, 1954-, Blackburn, Stuart H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL2903.I4 R36 1999
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 638 p. ;
    Number of Pages638
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL172159M
    ISBN 100195639375
    LC Control Number99952757

    The Collected Poems of A. K. Ramanujan, Uncollected Poems and Prose (Oxford India Paperbacks), Essays The collected essays of A.K. Ramanujan, Translations and Literary Studies The Interior Landscape: Love Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology, Speaking of Siva, The Literatures of India. Edited with Edwin Gerow. The Collected Essays of A.K. Ramanujan Edited by: Vinay Dharwadker Cover Illustrations: Colour Linocut by Krittika Ramanujan translator, folklorist, A.K. Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profound scholar of South Asian language and culture. This book brings together thirty essays written by him over a period of four decades.

    Poet, translator, folklorist, A.K. Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profound scholar of South Asian language and culture. This book brings together 30 essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades. The volume also contains notes on each essay as well as a chronology of Ramanujan's books and essays. Collected Poems: A. K. Ramanujan avg rating — 71 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5.

    George L. Hart & A. K. Ramanujan - - Journal of the American Oriental Society 95 (2) Nanocrystallisation of an FeCoZr7B4amorphous Magnetic Alloy. by: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Speaking of Śiva, Poems of love and war, Interior Landscape, Mattobbana ātmacaritre, Hokkuḷalli hūvilla, The Collected Poems of A.K. Ramanujan, The collected essays of A.K. Ramanujan, Relations Written works: The Collected Essays of A. K. Ramanujan, The Oxford anthology of modern Indian poetry.


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Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profund scholar of South Asian language and culture. This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades.

This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades. It is the product of the collaborative effort of a number of Ramanujan's colleagues and friends.

The four sections - General Essays on Literature and Culture, Essays on Classical/5(56). The Collected Essays of A. Ramanujan Edited by Vinay Dharwadker Oxford India Paperbacks.

Brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by Ramanujan over a period of four decades; Each section is prefaced by a brief critical introduction. A.K. Ramanujan, almost universally known to his associates as Raman, was for many years my respected and always stimulating colleague and friend at the University of Chicago.

The essays collected here testify to many themes of that relastionship. Needless to say, his sudden passing in stunned and deprived us all. This book brings together for the first time, thirty essays on literature and culture written by Ramanujan over a period of four decades.

It is the product of the collaborative effort of. This book brings together 30 essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades.

The volume also contains notes on each essay as well as a chronology of Ramanujan's books and essays/5(9). This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades.

It is the product of the collaborative effort of a number of Ramanujan's colleagues and friends/5(9). When a poet turns to prose the result is sometimes astonishing, and The Collected Essays of A K Ramanujan--which is part Indology, part treatise on folklore, and part theory on translation--is such a book.' --Contemporary Poetry Review 'xtremely readable, humorous prose reminding you of how the past is usable not only for the creation of grand texts, but also in terms of the ever-changing /5(9).

This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades. It is the product of the collaborative effort of a number of.

Poet, translator, folklorist, A. Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profund scholar of South Asian language and culture. This book brings together for the first time thirty essays on literature and culture written by him over a period of four decades.

It is the product of the collaborative effort of a number of Ramanujan's colleagues and friends. The four sections - General. In the Introduction to The Collected Essays of A.K. Ramanujan, Wendi Doniger says that before Ramanujan the Indian scholars residing in U.S.A., were merely informants, but Ramanujan is presented by her in glowing terms: At a time when the American Indological establishment regarded native Indian.

A collection of 30 essays on literature and culture written by poet, translator and folklorist A.K. Ramanujan. Presented in four sections, each one is prefaced by a brief critical introduction, there. are notes on each essay and a chronology of Ramanujan's books and essays.

Ramanujan: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Ramanujan's theoretical and aesthetic contributions span several disciplinary areas. In his cultural essays such as "Is There an Indian Way of Thinking?" (), he explains cultural ideologies and behavioral manifestations thereof in terms of an Indian psychology he calls "context-sensitive" mater: University of Mysore, Deccan College.

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Your request to send this item has been completed. Poet, translator, folklorist, and philologist A.K. Ramanujan was born in Mysore, India. He earned degrees at the University of Mysore and Deccan College in Pune and a PhD from Indiana University.

Ramanujan wrote in both English and Kannada, and his poetry is known for its thematic and formal engagement with modernist transnationalism. Issues such as hybridity and transculturation figure. The Collected Poems of A. Ramanujan A. Ramanujan. Ramanujan, A. K.; The Collected Poems of A.

Ramanujan. Oxford University Presspages The poems are collected from the books: * The Striders. London: Oxford University Press, * Relations. read more of this essay at Collected essays p.

Death and the Good. Book Overview Poet, translator, and folklorist, A.K. Ramanujan has been recognized as the world's most profound scholar of South Asian language and culture.

This book brings together for the first time, thirty essays on literature and culture written by Ramanujan over a period of four decades." Three Hundred Rāmāyaṇas: Five Examples and Three Thoughts on Translation " is an essay written by A.

K. Ramanujan for a Conference on Comparison of Civilizations at the University of Pittsburgh, February The essay was a required reading on Delhi University 's syllabus for history undergraduates from –7 onward.vi / The Collected Essays ofA.K. Ramanujan III. Essays on Bhakti and Modern Poetry INTRODUCTION BY JOHN B.

CARMAN 13 On Women Saints 14 Men, Women, and Saints 15 The Myths of Bhakti: Images of Siva in Saiva Poetry. 16 Why an Allama Poem Is Not a Riddle: An Anthological Essay 17 Varieties of Bhakti