2 edition of Literary criticism in Tamil and Sanskrit found in the catalog.
Literary criticism in Tamil and Sanskrit
Includes bibliographical references (p. -131) and index.
|Series||Publication ;, no. 344, Publication (International Institute of Tamil Studies)), no. 344).|
|Contributions||International Institute of Tamil Studies.|
|LC Classifications||PL4754 .M435 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||99948461|
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It is a balanced book and gives a long list of reference books. The classical literatures of Sanskrit, Tamil and Telugu are among the richest in the world.
These essays explore major issues and themes in the poetry and poetics of these three literatures. Focusing on the role of the poet as making present an experience of the divine. Preface Sanskrit Literary Criticism (Alankarasastra) has a long history as a Discipline. It has a glorious heritage from Bharata's Natyasastra, the first available work dealing with some concepts of Sanskrit Literary Criticism, besides being an encyclopaedia on Dance, Drama and Music.
It has passed through a period of original contribution from the times of Bhamaha, the author of KavyalaIikara. LITERARY CRITICISW IN TAMIL It is a commonplace that the Western critics are not unanimous in their view of the nature and function of literary criticism.
Though this genre has grown to awesome proportions in the West, they have not been able to define precisely its File Size: 1MB. Indian Kavya Literature is Planned in eight volumes as a comprehensive Literary criticism in Tamil and Sanskrit book of literature (kavya) in the Literary criticism in Tamil and Sanskrit book tradition from the standpoint of the literary criticism of the standpoint of the literary criticism of the that same tradition.
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Vol.Dravidian literatures History of Indian literature: Author: George L. Hart: Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, ISBN. Vyanjana is regarded as the central principle of literary criticism in Sanskrit. Vyanjana (suggestion) in poetry is different from the Vynjana we find in ordinary sentence.
It is the soul of poetic charm. An element of suppression is necessary to attract the reader or the hearer. The Sanskrit Natya Shastra includes literary criticism on ancient Indian literature and Sanskrit drama.
Later classical and medieval criticism often focused on religious texts, and the several long religious traditions of hermeneutics and textual exegesis have had Missing: Tamil. This beautiful collection brings together passages from the renowned stories, poems, dramas and myths of South Asian literature, including the Mahabharata and the Ramaya?a.
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Indian English Literature, Literary Criticism and Theory. The rasa theory has cast its shadow over all of Indian literature from then on and this is the shadow of Sanskrit and its aesthetics.
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