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04. 10. 2014
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Letters To The Editor

Rabindra Kumar Dasgupta [Professor Rabindra Kumar Dasgupta enjoyed an illustrious academic career, holding numerous academic and administrative positions, including the Tagore Professorship in the Department of Modern Indian Languages in Delhi University.  He...

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16. 09. 2014
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Blood Is Remarkably Red Against Green

  Viktor Shklovsky [ A short excerpt from A Sentimental Journey: Memoirs, 1917-1922. Viktor Shklovsky, a leading figure in the Russian formalist movement of the 1920s,  borrows the title from Laurence Sterne. In the book...

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02. 09. 2014
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Tales from an Asati (Asati-Kathan)

  Anjana Chakrabarty   for shaitaan   Pebble   Dipping at this river In dress untainted Sankha-sindoor adorned At your tread thakur this pebble I fix to a twig   No, not seeking...

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23. 08. 2014
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Gossip, Gossip, Gossip ! The Jail is Full of Gossip.

Snehangshu Kanta Acharyya [S.K. Acharyya was in prison in 1963, under the Defense of India Rules, which empowered the Government of India to imprison whoever it wanted as long as it wanted, without...

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11. 08. 2014
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That Titillating Object of Capital: Reading the new Airtel advertisement

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9BlI9nhqTE  Manash Bhattacharjee   The new Airtel advertisement, which shows the relationship between a man and a woman where the woman plays the boss in office as and the wife at home, has...

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07. 08. 2014
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‘What! Nothing more?’

Sergey Stepnyak-Kravchinsky [Quite early in life Stepnyak began secretly to sow the sentiments of democracy among the peasants in the Russian countryside. His teaching did not long remain a secret, and in 1874 he...

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29. 07. 2014
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Patronage, Learning, Innovation

Prasanta Chakravarty The career of poet Samuel Daniel (1562-1619) is a powerful instance of how a poet might succeed through patronage, quite independent of his considerable talent. After his education at Oxford, he...

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26. 07. 2014
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“Why are you laughing?” : George Seferis In Conversation With Edmund Keeley

  George Seferis,  in conversation with Edmund Keeley Seferis was nearing the end of his longest visit to the United States at the time of this interview, which took place in late December...

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17. 07. 2014
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Bhaskar Chakrabarty’s Diary—1982: A Selection

  1/1 Gist. A political journalist is more than a prostitute.   1/1 a poem is a deer with a dream in it.   1/1  Defeat becomes us.   14/1 Piku-Sadgati— incomparable, incomparable...

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12. 07. 2014
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Shrapnel Minima: The Acknowledgment Page

  [ The humanitiesunderground book is about to appear soon.  Within a month's time perhaps. We thank every single well wisher and reader. Below, a reproduction of the acknowledgment page.]  tutulova & all...

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08. 07. 2014

Images of Listening: Word-Pictures from a Journey through Music

Moushumi Bhowmik and Sukanta Majumdar The pictures are spread before us like disjointed tiles—photographs from our long and entwined journey through music in Bengal. It’s two of us; one singer and writer, the...

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28. 06. 2014
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On ‘Mudradosh’: Jibanananda Das and the Paradox of Subjectivity

Nazmul Sultan [Nazmul Sultan is a PhD student in Political Theory at the University of Chicago. He is also one of the editors of Itihashjan, a journal of politics and philosophy in Bengali.]...

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22. 06. 2014
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Ireland, Antigone and Sundry Mourning Bodies

 Kusumita Datta [Kusumita Datta has submitted her MPhil work, undertaken at the Department of English, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. HUG thanks Amlan Dasgupta for facilitating the publication of this essay.] My larger work constitutes...

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08. 06. 2014
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Dubey Is No Tolstoy & That’s That: The Contemporary Popular In Hindi

Aakriti Mandhwani   The English publishing market today is beside itself with questions of viability, visibility and visualization of the popular book. The contemporary Indian book market in English is clearly witnessing a...

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