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Mario Lemieux (M.V.P.)
Mario Lemieux (M.V.P.) Robert Italia 1562391240 9781562391249 Rasa theory, part of Indian genre theory and Sanskritic poetics, describes an elaborate typology of nine essences or emotions, ranging from adbhuta (wonder) to raudra (
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Mario Lemieux (M.V.P.) by Robert Italia

Rasa theory, part of Indian genre theory and Sanskritic poetics, describes an elaborate typology of nine essences or emotions, ranging from adbhuta (wonder) to raudra (fury) to karuna (sorrow) to santa (serentity). This first collection of poetry by Kuldip Gill is rich with these emotions. Gill, a Sikh woman who immigrated to Canada in 1939, creates poems that open different worlds as they inform and fascinate. This is a poetics that intertwines English and Punjabi, life in Canada and life in India, past and present, myth and imagination. The reader is invited to accompany Gill as she reads the love letters her father wrote to her mother; travels to British Columbia on the CPR Steamship Empress of Japan; visits the streets of New Dehli and Benares; and relives her familys struggles and challenges as they try to make a home in a new land. Lush and lyrical, powerful and evocative, Gills words will sing to you long after youve finished her last poem.

Author: Robert Italia

Language: English

Binding: Library Binding

Pages: 32

Publisher: Abdo Group

Publication Date: 1992-09-01

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ISBN: 1562391240


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