|Format:||Print Book 2009|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore's most ambitious work Gora unfolds against the vast, dynamic backdrop of Bengal under British rule, a divided society struggling to envisage an emerging nation. It is an epic saga of India's nationalist awakening, viewed through the eyes of one young man, an orthodox Hindu who defines himself against the British colonialist culture and finds himself approaching his nationalist identity through the prism of organized religion. First published in 1907, Gora questions the dogmas and presuppositions inherent in nationalist thought like few books have dared to do. This new, lucid and vibrant translation brings the complete and unabridged text of the classic to a new generation of readers, underlining its contemporary relevance.
Nationalism -- India -- Fiction.
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947 -- Fiction.
|Publisher|| New York :Penguin Books,2009
|Other Titles|| Gorā.
In English, translated from the Bengali.
xxv, 517 pages ; 20 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxiii-xxv).