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BfcSf @@ cU ? BfcSf ST@ eAv A@ @S ASAc@\ OS-LL w Ri c ? j @ Ai@q s, w VATe (1)-j T @ش @ش TS j@v ɮq @ s OS | ATS Uf- (2) T AEOT @S @S ~UO@ BfcSf- j S^S kn ^S cFp @cS jR Zc mgAc@ | OR BdA @ co jq s ~oAS@ qAɮ AcFOOɻ j@Av Qn Ac BfcSf jce BfcSf-OS An R @H AcrK dL ɲA@ @U AccAO @c | Uݦ. q. ~FTcA `Writing Biography' cq j@Ao@ qAɮ-ALL@ qAɮ ~ BfcSf- @ػ Tf@H ~oAS@ qAɮ-AcFOOɻ (Historiography) ~oSɩS pAgA w-cS AS Acm gcS-AO^ @aS | AScr@ ~ AScAr BA BfcSf OS @ R @H A@ s S qA lscf wkb @S Tn^ ? qeAB UZ @@Av cf^-BfcSf kn jq rAv@q ~T S @ Oq jq eAQ ^g | ceU cf^BfcSf ~T ~UOS cU cAgk, s cCAU BSF ceU UZ BfcSf- cf^-~^KH ~ sq @ S @S, OF-EOF @ػ ~^:ɩ R ASgp vSS SvF-ɰS ZS TkU ~SAmϩ | qeAB-ceU cFf OF c EOF ~SF gKAU ~T ~ݫɩf S-U jq @\ s b Ug cI A TAvS @زrS BTɻAS cf^-cfQ- (3) T cq | ~ɩ o jv@ب cU SR gU, qeAB @Ar scf cf^-BfcSf AS ~T jZS @ cUAa S ; jce qc BfcSf FgA^, ~kH, ~oF AcSFɮ qFAR ~T TZF AccOSmU S |(4) 'Writing Biography'- gK 'How do biographical studies relate to other forms of history' - q j@v ZTn r @ OqAa qeAB-cf^BfcSf AScɻAO \UZ | 1913 U cf^S ScU-ިmp R U AEOT wUo ~w @^Ac^ US jR sTS ~S@er Ai@, TAS T AcrsXo@UfS T J@ @^ @q OF-EOF @ػ cIަ j@v SS Tn U j @R ~Smf@s | AScr qAɮR ZS AS^ wAB S !

qeAB UZ AcAr BfcSf@ ToF Tq \UZ @ ~S fB (Ernest Rhys) ST | 1915 U ASq@ػ ԰F TF@ATUS @ɲAS @ @Ar J cf^BfcSf w^Av ST 'Rabindranath Tagore : A Biographical Study' | 12Av ~oF AcSFm fB cqAv ~ɮU swl cf^-BfcS R AF ~UOS | cf^-BfcS ~UOS AF ~UOS ~cArF@ jce c cf^-BfcSfq jq r ewgcq dL a | TS Z c, qeAB wfɵAUq o S, qeAB BfcSf-OS T BfcSmpA, B, oS, 'The Gradener' qFA AS qeAB-BS TSK MJa wa ; sAR TT s^ @Ar cf^S ceU US AS^q TSF | OS AgSAr jce AgSgKf TUO@ jq cmc Ac^@ةv@ب ~T TS ASq c | F Qn fB AcrKgc ASg @aS BfcSmpA- ; ~ F BSF BfcSmpA s cɻer ASgswF S, @ fB T cI Zc B AaU S | ~S@Qnq T-~SnT fB Acgv WAvaS | A@ا fB cq PcArF ~SFn | j@BS EOF TSK A@gc g̩f empA@ cI OqaS jce qkn cf^S@ AwH @ OqaS q A@Avq AcrKgc SB @ ! OF j@ ^AT @Ac@ A@gc fOF wH @AaU ~ cFm fOF-Sw @ػq c @S oH AS @Ac mr A jAaUS - fB @a q ABɮ AcrK dL | OF R EOF ATUS-gcSR fB gcS Bw ~S@v Bw B @ |

fB J cq AAv ~oF d @S POSFOA̩Tp, ASK A@ec AB T OF @S ZFɩ @cF c rm @ XopA AS | ~ J OS PcGc ްcAUq s cO BU 'Some Indian Poets' ~oF Zc m s | fSrO^ S \UZ AAS ccq @aS J cq ; j q gc A@S cU TrA@U | c ~gF^fH QF @ j @ ~crF cUq s, fB J cq wfɵAU The Gardener qFA @cF ~UOSɮkn ~ɮU OF ~ EOɩF S^S j@v US-mc r @ OaS | J TS , j@BS OF @Ac J ATA@ OS sgc @pA ~ ~A@pA fTS AcU @ A S EOF STw A@aq R S | @pA j@BS g̩f sw ~B^ ; jce BfcS ~A^T Tk s^ sw @ ~vv | j@v p^ A cFZF @aS @v jqgc fB, 'Water means so much in India ; ' - TpF ~w j@ Jv wBU Fr @ j@BS A^ g̩cɮf | 'Fancy an Englishman languishing for a drop of Thames water on his death bed !' (p p. 26-27)

j@qgc fB cI OS cf^S T @Ac sZS ~@r SfAUT M^s aAc ~J@S @Ac ZS J OS TkU @ PcGc ްcAU @ ~B^ j@ empA@ em Ao@ | 'It is with a sky like that whose blue radiance filled Radha with ecstasy stretched over its trees and pools and cows' pastures' (p.27) ~oAS@ AgK ~Scɰ @ ASU fB s cU OqaS cfBwg c@FAv cf^S @pA OS ToFR wa PcGc ްcAU R S^S sM TPOSF (collective unconscious) Agɮ | cUq cUF, fB @ػ ~S@ Ag^ T KH @q S ; A@ا OF ~S^S A@gc AAS cf^S@ ~cUcS @aS q A@Avq @r | cf^S, w^f, Acc@S^ A sɻnAT@ jKH sTS TFJ UJ ~ɮU ASTɻH @ cUS @\S ~ɰrɻAݩ g̩cK@;(5) jce T@UfS Acr AAmA BSF sTS AaU f BSfA AcS - TSgcq, AUZS-BSfA pA@H @ fB c jRɦ TS cf^-BfcSf OS j@v i w U c cU TS |

A@v, cɴASe TZ @ @S @S Qn cf^S ~oTH j@ cUR TS 1921 Uq mf@ @ AShaS Tv EOF @S UZ@q cf^S USf SS | 'Author's Preface'-j j@ cUq TS ~Q 'the poet is misunderstood in the West - is underpraised, by some over praised.' , ceU r BU-R J FQ AO AaU cUq TS AEOT cf^ TkUFS J@-@ U ZAS@v ~SocS @ AaUS | ST TS cqAv 'Rabindranath Tagore : His life and work' (YMCA Publishing House, 1921) UR BfcSf-@ j QnR slA@Al jce R ~c Tɰ ~@fH ! F A@ J jvq ~TSsw s ިSTH T 'Author's Preface' - j cS SS sw a A@ا AZ wa ިS | 1921 U s 1931 U @ cU @ةv ~ew R ZU @SAS TS ! A@ا TS TA^S U cf^-AF TkUFS | j cF J oS ~cUcS aS ~AB@بT Oncf | fB JOB ca j@v Acv Qv AB @AaUS A@ا TS ~Uɰgc cf^S AcAg^ (??)j ls R AcrKL cIc O @aS | QAH@ s UW@ Tɦ@ wS YcS @cF jce j @cF ~SocS mgA AcrKLAv UQF Z , j @ 1921 U @BS cf^g cI AaUS ? A@ec ASr Acr r@ A^@U cf^S A^L-wcf, OfS g̩-oSF TSA@ة@ J kccf ArUq c 'real' Bwl @ 'temporary eclipse' cU sZS \UZ @S AAS, ZS cI s TS fB T ~cw-cF@بU SS; US TS ~S@ cAr AnAv@U | 1897 @ 1908 s^ cf^-BfcS jq wm c @ػ TS cFZF U : cf^S BfcS jq TA@ AAS@ oTco ~ArAݩ AOɦ BA UF | BA 'story of my heart'- j Tq jR AS^ @AcBSAO ! Ar\ @ZS oT Bw AS S jce jq q ~cmS Ag^@Av j @v TS mf@ @ AShaS jce q ASAZq cf^S@ ަc O @aS AAS | 'Art can never take the place of spiritual life' (p. 24) - jq @v j@v ~SF AA@ ls ~a AScAr@ c g̩f Ar\-qA ASAZ | ASr r@ rK Av r@ jce Acr r@ wɦ Av r@ B g̩f Ar\ TS ~oFAL@ة - jTS j@v gcS OA R O OUAaU | @بTmTf, R@@ب, AScA, rf~Ac^ TZ ~S@q @S S @S A@ @ jq gcS rA@ AaUS | cf^S jce cwrf c ~cSf^S Ar\ ~oFAL@ة ~gL ~crF TS AS SAS ; A@ا cf^-@cF, AF jq ~oFAL@ة ~SAmA Acr r@ T s^ SS TU AcrK ASA^ | TS A@ Ar\ ~ ~oFAL@ة Uc T jq wv QvAv@ mH ZAaUS ? -q sA Zq @S U cUq cq ~A^T sɻ MJa AASR j@q @T AcO Acgv WAvaS ! cf^S sc w AS sc wSAv@ T 'The day will surely pass, mother..' (TS-@p ~Scɰ) @ OA ('The super theft of Rabindranath') cU SqU @Sq c TS c J | Tɰ ~ cf^S Dr ~SA s j@ B S TS S BS @ S |(6) cf^S BfcS c s 'not god, but simply as the revelation of god' jce nAv 'daemon', v 'idea', @@ɻ 'Inner Light'-j US OU ~wq cU jaS TS ! ~T TS , ScU- c mr jce Acr cf^S s ATkA w iAaU TS q Bwv j@v ~Wɩ @ BS ~Sgc @AaUS @Ac cf^S@ cmcAO gc ^OS @ BSF | TS BS AaU ~oAS@ T cHfAcSɰ(7) j@ @Ac cf^S ; ^ cf^S S | TS UZ BfcSf w^Av @ ~crF ASAEOgc j @ cUc s ɰS R s S ; jce AScr BSfA @S m qAʩR ZJB R s S | A@ا J A^oF-oSF jce jq cq AXf emH (SA@ ިSTH ?)-j w^A@ @AUɮ Sw j@Av vf@ T^cF @ cI s (p. 90) ~SF AcAvr cf^-~Swf ~AA T TS cR cf^S@ UQ @ ~ɰ 'helped the cause of Indo - British understanding in the most critical period of Indian History.' @AUɮ Sw j @ AUZaS 1931 U | cf^-TS @ػ hOcO ~S@ @ j ToF BT a,(8) ~UOS Ag^ | ~ɮU cf^-TS @ػ j@Av ~oF Tn ~T ~UOF BfcSf w^Av, cAr Fr j @ @R OU S |

jq q AcAr r T@U (1915) @Ar j@BS cɮf cCAU UZ cf^-BfcSf Z Z s BfcSf OS QnR AScAr@ OS AScAr TS A@gc AnrfU @ | c^@بT 'Rabindranath Tagore : The Man and his Poetry' cqAv FATUvS N. TFcU-j gkAT@ɮ ASq@ػ @ (Dodd, Mead & Co.) @Ar | c^@بT cqAv j@@ fOF @a cf^S@ OF Agk Ac mS, s mS ATr @ ~S@ZAS wMc jce ~LrW | ScU ިm-Bf cf^S BSF c^@بT ިUA@ة fS wv cq aA ~a | q T AEOT @cFBw s ~cQ U d a @R 'Prefatory Note'-j \UZ @ jBSFq l co @aS c^@بT | cf^S cFAL BUq 1913- AASq T qeAB gK ASc^ AUZ EOɩF AS J AOS c d @AaUS jTS AcR BAS ZS AAS | cf^S qeAB gK J UZ cAr cAr ~Scɰ @dS jq ~ABR AAS SA@ r @AaUS cf^S @a ; jTSA@ jR AAS cU ZAaUS, 'I feel absolutely certain that you will sooner or later win the Nobel Prize for poetry. ... will be a step forward for international brotherhood and world peace.' (p. 191) c^@بT cS cf^S BSF wcco sTS ~a TAS q AScAr@ AAmA AcrgɩpL R AcrrA^ BSF AhaR a | sS cf^S AcrB ToFT i DA @S c^S ! c^@بT TS @S, 'When the West discovers the East, and the East discovers the West humanity will discover itself automatically.' (p.194) jq T^ gcS Qn q AEOAT cf^ ~Swf, jTSA@ TFJ UJ T ~ @S @S TSc-APKf c^@بT gcS j@v @ةS UANo @ s | sA c^@بT cS s˻ U c^@بT mc cf^S s cUAaUS R AcrKgc \UZF | A@AUC ިm-A ~ BwfrO^ c ~A SA@ cf^S F S @AaUS | c^@بT A-F AaU 'The continantal Europeans have no prejudice.' (p.192) cA@ q pAgA ~ AcvS pAgA ToF ɩ ~a | c^@بT \UZ @ @pG @pUAS cf^S Ԯer-j cmc AgA AcO @aS J 'Rabindranath Tagore : A Biography' (Visva-Bharati) cq AXf ATAB emH-j (1980) | @pUAS AUZaS, 'perhaps the doubt was not so naire after all, for when the prize did come, there were rumblings of protest in many quarters of the West that an Asian had received it.' (p.235) TAvS @زrS kcɻA\UAZ cqR j AcK BTɻAS ATr AAn AO R s | sq@, cf^S c^@بT ASgp AXU FTkUF sA SR @ c AScAr BA ~^cS FTkUF ~SAgcF @ S | c^@بT cq gkAT@ UZ@ FATUvS c @ ToF AScAr@ c ިm-BSfA TUOS ~a Q | OFSwf FATUvS AUZaS, 'The West has exploited the East too long...' (p.18) gkAT@ cF FATUvS jq OF-gcS w^@ c^@بTq Ak@ ccF cU TS | AAS AUZaS, 'Tagore's work is deeply rooted in the soil of oriental religion and civilisation ... therefore uncompromisingly oriental.' (p.19) co@A, jR j@T 'orientalism' - jRɦ q 'orientalism' ST@ A@ T^U j@ OF cS !

c^@بT cf^ @\ cIc BSF J cqAv ~oF AcSF A@R p@ɩ ~crF@ | jTAS J cq mAc 9Av ~oF ToF Zc m @UnT AQة AS | AXf ~oF sA 'Romantic Youth - Realistic poems ; ' c ޡT ~oF ST - ZAS@v ~FArgcq 'Tagore the Feminist.' ~T AccOS ~oF jq Bɩf ST@H AcrK lscf | ~ɮU, cf^S s j@BS 'Realistic Poet'R - jce J 'Feminism' s q T EOF WAS Ri ABv ~^US b ~w OF TkUFco ~o w ia, jq cɩɻUq AEOT @a wc U o OS c^@بT | Sfcɰf ~^US TAB@ ABɮ j@ TFkH ToS Sf cf^S T pAgA ~SH, c^@بT ii j@vq sS cI OS | SqU F BSF @q c ަ scS c^@بT ? J FgA^ ~USf | sJq AZ cf^S@ @S S @S ~qA A@ @ ASTɻH @ AS OS, Jq FgA^ Acm |(9) j @ Ai@q T sɻ F TS knq c @ ? @ S, ~ɮU F s TS ~wAo@q ha S jq c BfcSf, ަ ަ @T j@v UANo | ~ jQn AFq kc-AEOT @S ɩ Sq ! okBAvɰ TZoF 'Tagore - A Study' (Padma Publication Ltd., Bombay, 2nd ed. 1944) cqAvR cFAnT S | okBAv cqAv ~UOS dL ~crF ~SF A@ @ |

ScU-c sTS qeAB cf^-BfcSf OS j@v jAaU TAS Zc ew @Hq @Ac H cR TS j@v ~w AaU | A@ا 1913-15 ~ 1941-44 j AA@ cmc g̩ wv Acrq cU Awa ~S@ZAS | cf^S @ػ AS oHF j@v AAOA w ia | mrcɮf TS ScU-haɮ ZS ~S@vq AmAT | ceU r Ar\ AF Qn wA-~^US kn j@@T cAXocɰf OOɻ A̮ AS w ia | ~oAS@ة rR cf^S@ ިSAcO @ j@v An OUa ZS | Ai@ q AQ j@BS cCAU cAXoBfcf ArTAH A@gc H- cf^S TkUFS @aS q A@Avq ~T ~AgAScr Ac @ | o SR s j cq target reader TkU ~cCAU g̩f | J TS okBAvɰ cf^S j@v 'synoptic view' U o OS | 161 p nɴS qB jq cqAv BfcSf BSF cɳ a Tnq 13-66 p | e BfcSf Ac cqAv ~A@Al@ A@ا AcrKH jTS @ة@AU A@ UZ@ ~ʨAU-e@ة @aS s ~T AF AS@vcf |

T@ػ-ALL@ okBAvɰ Tq cFm @ SS cf^S J T jce Acr pA | m@f ~U@ jce ~^BfcS AcAr co AAS ~oAS@ g empA@ qA mݲg cFAL iaS | ASK ASEOq J BfcS AgAgkAT ; ~ BSFq J BfcS @S Sv@fݩ Sq | ASK sJ TT AAS i S S - s@ cU OAn ; S S OAU ~˻ s@ cU rAT@ | @SS, ASK AO^-OS B AcB @ j@@T PcAr@ ewA-co | okBAvɰ ASK ^S jq cf^S@ ZJB OS J BfcS-gKF | AAS jR Acrɮ @S s, 'Tagore's life-history is mainly the biography of ideas and artistic creations...' (p. 15) EOF BfcSf OS ~ɰr s cf^S ~LTݩ (Subjectivity)- m cI s S jce jBSF BS Ag^ j@ BfcSf OS 'model'- j @R cU gUS S okBAvɰ | o SR s, okBAvɰ jq cq BfcSf OS AEOTf ~ɰU j@Av Ac@\ ATSq AB @aS | @TS q ATS ? ewf-ALL@ okBAvɰ ewf TS AS cUaS, 'Tagore's life-pattern is essentially melodic, with numerous improvisations indeed, but it was built round the regiant notes.' (p. 15) AUS ~SaS BTɻAS c@Tɻ cFAL wFv BfcS@ | wFv BfcS U 'symphonic pattern'- j | @M@ UQF @A, OF-EOɩF BfcSo TkU @iT ASq jZS @^ r UaS okBAvɰ ~ ~T R J- j@@T Td@H Wv sha | j wU ~A@-@H A@ @ okBAv cFZFS, ~SF ~ j@ A@ @R ~˻rmf jq AЩ-UZ@ OF-EOF US jSaS J cq |

cq BSS AScAr@ rKH Ao j@@T Ac@\ ~˻SfA gcS AaU cf^S | mrf TB q gcSq خU | jq AcK okBAv ccF U, 'Tagore's economics were mainly confined to consumption ; they did not, could not, extend to production and its relation ; therefore, they excluded the history of production and distribution. And here again was his Indianness. But the Indians wanted him to be an Indian in another way, and so did the West ; only the two ways did not meet. How could they? (p. 45-46) okBAv jq cFZF @ةk wHswF AS @ػ OU , A@ا OF-EOF cf^-ASTɻH R cf^-AwH r ~˻SfAR s j@v cF kn i @ c J ~w ~ @ش cUSAS | mS-@U OS cf^f fA R j@qgc okBAvɰ OF-EOɩF AO^S-@iT j@@T UF AcO @S | AAS TS @S, 'Tagore's notion of space was not exactly romantic in the European sense; but it was rather classical in its correspondence with the ultimate peace, Shanti. Space was built into the structure of his soul; his soul's urge was for spaciousness - bhuma. In fact, space pushes back time in Tagore.' (p. 24) okBAv cf^-cFZFS j@T mS mS @ػ-c A aaA ; s j@q AO^-f@R cv |

~UOS ~SFn | ~T ~UOS rK @c w r@ SNcq r@ j@Av c OAO, c Ai cf^-BfcSf -O @ cU | T j c \US @S - r U sq | ~ɮU ~T cIc O @AaUT cf^S TpF ޡr ca c qeAB cf^-BfcSf STS Ai@ @f @T ? ~c, cU gU, -AScAr@ Qv ~T AO^ɮkn AU ~ j@c TU oU @TS Z ? cqAv U @pG R ~F AcSS @p 'Rabindranath Tagore - The Myriad-minded man.' | UZ@ j@BS cɮf cCAUSf ~oF@ ~ j@BS AEOT vAUAgrS BSɻAUmv R c w^ H | rKɽ BS ~ j@Av AcrK ԰cU - AAS cCAU AOU@ FABl cU ~Swf | sq@, jq cqAv ~Acgɻc Tn ~T jq Fr PA AaU s EOF SAZS AQة jZS s^ ~SWAv F ~T cf^-OOɻ ~UA@ة ic | Fr j@cq kH AS j@ cUR Zc ew c S | Rupa & Co. @ @Ar cF@ emH s cqAv (Fifth Impression 2006) jq Tk ~AT cFc @Aa, cA s gT Bw | AcrK, Research methodology- ~oAS@ c fA-@SS ~ɩgc jZS TS OU ~f@q UANo @ s | ~ Ai@ q wg A@gc r w\wa (fiction) R OTl@ p^ Ri jq cqAvq | @ ~ɮ ~w Z s@, jq q UZ@ @SA@ @ cf^-BfcS ~U U OqaS ?

gkAT@q UZ@-X m @ AhaS, 'Our primary focus in the man, not the oeuvre.' | @SS, cf^S BfcS s 'reputation' jce 'ramification' ~a j@v A^ ~UOS BdA | J ~Agsw @pG @pUAS T cf^S ~Lf jce ~Sw ('too loyal') BfcSf@ @Ac BfcS@ J @cF T Tl R a^T cU Uf@p @aS | j@q 'misleading and grotesque.' (p. 15) | U ~T Fr @q A, -AcSS ~T TS U ocS j@ eWɩT, eQبNo cf^-BfcS@ | O ~crF @خ @SAS J, A@ا s-gc J MJaaS J DA AXo^ r q AS | -j@Av STS r @ s@ | cq BSS w OAn A@\S Amv AScA aɩ @R | jR cq BSS w- vAB@ A̮TAq WAvAaUS T cf^S ; AScA ~So-o rK s^ ATUS^@ | cSبU cf^mpA ަU wv cFv@ Tvq serious TS S | A@ا -AcSS AcKAv@ mS @aS jqgc : 'Tagore admired Sister Nivedita's devotion to India and her love for Indians, but found her narrow-minded. She, for her part, was angry with his story, telling him that he did wrong to Hindu women.' (p. 154) | cSبU mpA@ S- cɰq AUT, A̮S@ UZ 1922 U j@ AOAi cf^S @f AUZUS j@c Z s jq kn ! UZ@X 'angry' rNAv @a@Aa 'request' rNvR ZS Z S | (S A@ ZR ZSAS !)| j wU 'narrow-minded' rNv | jRɦ TS AcA@ػ A jce qkn cf^-AScA @ػ OOɻ qAɮ sJ BS ~a, Jq cI cS @ @ rNc^Av SR a | ~O jTS j@v 'methodical' cq jc @S Fkn Sq ! jgcq F@ AcoT cJA@-OA w\ cSS ZU c ިS ; A@ا jQn wv cFvq BS a wcKH prF Tɦ@ | j@T U@UgS T^cF ~eZF aA ~a wv cq B ! sTS, 'Rabindranath did not nurse Mrinalini for two months day and night, as loyally claimed by his biographer Kripalani, he remained absorbed in the running of school.'... (p. 137) j @ @f ? SAe cU Ai@ @f cI OS J BASS c Lf ASdH ~mϩ ToF 27 @A@, 1309 (TpHAUSf TpF - ~w) AZ @بUU WK@ UZ AOAiAv R sA @ش jq AXo^q MJaS U cU A@a @ S | o q S, UZ@X AcAm aS jq ZR s 'After she [Mrinalini] died on 23 November, he [Rabindranath] showed no visible emotion and soon returned to Shantiniketan.' (p. 137) cf^-rS ASdH ~ک BSFq A@ jq U T^cF ? S, ~v Ar gc @H Sq J | J ~ɮU BfcSf U U j@v w\ v cS OUaS, j U q @s-@H knA^ | @SS J ɲީF s 'miss-matched' j @q s c @ Z c ! @S Z c ? @H, j cq rFq s r ca wcKH cf^-OAn 'contradictions' ZS jce qkn cf^S Ag j@ ~sTS (myriad-minded) cf^S@ ^OS @ | A@ا TS Ag TS ZJB J SAS, A@ec OSRAS | cf^S 36 U ; - o Acrg̩f TZ O Sv@ U AS W chaS SA@ - Ag J Ar\fTS j@v HɰSR @B @a, -AcSS A@v ZJB Sc BSR co @SAS | Ac AcU @Ac@ KvB v@ sF A@ة @ cUaS, "This was roughly the same amount Tagore had raised in just one meeting in 1905 for the National Fund, much less than that in real terms. If only Tagore had permitted himself to become a 'patriot' !" (p. 320). aUTSAK Ok^ fT aA s sZS cU , 'Tagore is reminiscent of the big-hearted Apu Trilogy (1955-59) ; the older Tagore of Ray's last film, Agantuk (The Stranger, 1991), with its sublime synthesis of wit and profundity.' (p. 354) | :oF wcKH co j@q cU ? rXo FABl A@ec Sf̰ A. OMof j@@T cf^-i @ A@ا J OrT ZUq s Zv Ok^ Z - qc TS c @S ? Ai@ jq Bwq Acr r@ wɦ AS r@ EOF g̩ @\S jq T ~EOs j@v ATU Z q | ~BR g̩cK@ AOS OR c FABl-Sf̰O^ T -j@BS qeAB-SAcr cCAU MF ? cf^S TA\US @cUq jJ - @A @ةɰm cf^-wcK@ AccOS ? AScr gk A@ j@cq STc S ? BfcSf qA r @AAS cmS rq @ @ , A@ا cA@a Xo sS @r A cFA cFAL | ATS Uf-R cUaS 'Whether we think of biography as more like history or more like fiction, what we want from it is a vivid sense of person.' ~Q jq, 'myriad-minded' cf^S j cq ~oq @ wUS | UZ@X wc ~BS iU AS^q j@v ԬFrS ; gɻwFnT i U S - s@ cU mvqU |

j TkU s o AEOT TAvq A˩ j @ TS @U gU c | fSrO^ S T cFA sZS 1922 U W @ R swAF ST ~LBfcSf UZS ZS cCAU i@ c J cf^gA Ok^ @ɤ rS @S ~O qASq 1921 U jRɦ TS@ OA OA cU ~S ASK gcov@ب aɦ cf^S ~ɮU qAq ! a j@ cf^S @S s BSFR @ػ ~cUcS @ gUS S fSrO^ | A@ا TS wS ZSAS | jR co j@@T AScr ̮S | cf^S 1921 U ~vc r^O^ TUSAcr@ UZ j@v AOAi W cq eWAv ~cTkUFS BSF wgf cS cF @AaUS | r^O^ c Acɰ @ OAaUS TS | A@ا 27 ~vc 1921 (10 @A@ 1328)- j j@Av AOAi ce cf^S UZS, S, AT Thomson-j T @SR Acɰ @ S | ASB cAXo ~S s cUO ASBq ABAS - @B ha SS Source @ F R TT ew @ U@ ~STS aJO bUq @ j@v TkA Zɦ @ U | ... vTS ~T A ~rXo gc @ A@a UZAS - ... ~T ~T OAA@ s c^, c^ w, cFAw c BAw @H R sA gU cI @ gU BSF avv @c @ Sq | (10)

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1) jq BABS TAU wH-S @B s | j@Ao@ AcK AAS OS AcAo Bɩf cq OAnf |

2) Hermione Lee, Biography A very short Introduction, Oxford, 2009

3) BTɻAS cf^-cfQ (B@pG @U A), ATn R WK, 1405 | cf^S ScU U jc j@BS jAmT jTS fc BɩFAgTSf R @بdAO@ @vS BTɻS TA@ n @ @زrS jZS Xo @aS | cf^-g eZFR ~crF @T AaU S r |

4) @MkUf i@ j BSF Z S qeAB gK cf^BfcS rfK@ AT Oncf ~Sި ~UOS | ~T cf^S : wH-cBS, LcUf, 2010 . |

5) Acmp ~UOS BSF Z s @@, r̰ 1415 eZF @Ar cTS UZ@ TFɻ UJ R cf^S : -~^-~^ c^Av |

6) TS jq T Tɰ AS OOɻ @AaUS | 1923 U @Ar J cq 'Bengali Religious Lyrics, Sakta.' |

7) @v jZS rK˻ cFcY U | TS cq TUOS me cf^Sq @AaUS cɮf An@ jq cHfAcSɰ c^FoF ST ~ɦU | TS^ OoF ~S@ cCAU cf^Swf TS cf^-BfcSf QبNo S |

8) 1926- j TS 'Rabindranath Tagore : Poet and Dramatist' cS @ػ ~ A g Q | cf^S A TS TSgc AaU ATr @T | TS-ިn q. Av. TS 'Alien Homage' (1993) cq mf@ @ a | cf^S jce cf cf^Swf J A Qg @H J TS @AaUS EOF AScAr@ ~AoTSF AAS OF @Ac@ F Tsɻ @ cA @aS | cf^SR TS AaU ~T s Subject-people, British subjects ! WpH R ~c TkU ZS | - cɮf, gɰ 1334, p. 659 | ~T ~crF j Qg rgSf R ew TS AS | A@ec A@ BAS, AScAr cS ~B ~T cI Aa S |

9) qeAB cf^-BfcSf FgA^ TSF STS SR s@ | T fB : "TpHAUSf cf TpF@U 'mid-summer'-j !" TS AUZaS cf^S w qeB-A ^S ! cO TL@ @ qeAB wfɵAU SA@ cf^S jce jB sM OS (both authors !) ! c^@بT rA^AS@ةS cQ|AcFU A U AUZaS 1902 (c 1901)! cf^S B^AZ gU @ 6T UZ a ~Ao@er qeAB cf^-BfcSf ! c 7T |

10) r, 9 PBF, 1382, p. 255



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