This account of Tagore's work includes an introduction, selected essays and a glossary and is intended to form a companion volume to his collection of "Selected Poems". In this particular volume Tagore reaches beyond documentary realism towards his own visions, which provide a vivid picture of Bengali life. Rabrindranath Tagore was a poet, musician and painter and as a grandmaster of Bengali culture concentrated on creating a new form of literature - the short story, while providing India with one of it's more well-known Romantic Poets. The author won the 1913 Nobel Prize.
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