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Rabindranath Tagore

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About this Item: Rupa & Co., New Delhi, India, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Second Impression. Printed Pages: 501. Size: 14 x 22 Cm. Seller Inventory # 032751

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Rabindranath Tagore

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Tagore, Rabindranath; edited with Introductory Essyas by C. F. Andrews

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About this Item: MacMillan, New York, 1930. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Second Printing. Front inner hinge has a small tear to the lower end and is a little weak. Seller Inventory # 268964

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About this Item: Viking/Penguin Books, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. Among all the disciples of Swami Vivekananda, Sister Nivedita occupies pride of place. Margaret Noble arrived at India`s shores in the late nineteenth century, took the vows of a brahmacharini, and devoted the rest of her life to the cause of India. Apart from educating women, Nivedita wrote valuable treatises on Hindu thought and Indian culture, inspiring nationalist sentiment and unity. She won over leading national figures of the day with her fierce intellect, and even influenced the ending of Rabindranath Tagore`s novel, Gora. Known to be `drunk with India`, she provided immense professional support to the brilliant scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose; dialogued with great leaders like G.K. Gokhale and Aurobindo Ghosh; and inspired Abanindranath Tagore to create a painting that eventually became the iconic Bharat Mata. In this compelling biography, the author traces the development of Margaret from a loyal Irishwoman into Sister Nivedita, and finally into `Lok Mata` or `People`s Mother` - a title bestowed on her by Tagore. She draws on Nivedita`s vast corpus of writings and personal letters to provide an intimate view of her life and thought. Through an insightful and moving narrative, Margot reveals the feisty, irrepressible spirit behind one of India`s greatest friends. Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 109904

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About this Item: Viking/Penguin Books, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. Among all the disciples of Swami Vivekananda, Sister Nivedita occupies pride of place. Margaret Noble arrived at India`s shores in the late nineteenth century, took the vows of a brahmacharini, and devoted the rest of her life to the cause of India. Apart from educating women, Nivedita wrote valuable treatises on Hindu thought and Indian culture, inspiring nationalist sentiment and unity. She won over leading national figures of the day with her fierce intellect, and even influenced the ending of Rabindranath Tagore`s novel, Gora. Known to be `drunk with India`, she provided immense professional support to the brilliant scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose; dialogued with great leaders like G.K. Gokhale and Aurobindo Ghosh; and inspired Abanindranath Tagore to create a painting that eventually became the iconic Bharat Mata. In this compelling biography, the author traces the development of Margaret from a loyal Irishwoman into Sister Nivedita, and finally into `Lok Mata` or `People`s Mother` - a title bestowed on her by Tagore. She draws on Nivedita`s vast corpus of writings and personal letters to provide an intimate view of her life and thought. Through an insightful and moving narrative, Margot reveals the feisty, irrepressible spirit behind one of India`s greatest friends. Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 109904

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About this Item: Sahitya Akademi, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) became an international figure when his Gitanjali, an anthology of lyrics, originally written in Bengali and translated into English by the poet himself, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature--the first ever to an Asian--in 1913. Since then he came to be known not only as a great writer but also as an able spokesman of modern India. Even today he is the most widely read Indian writer. Although his reputation outside the Bengali-speaking areas rests largely, if not entirely, on his English writings, no attempt had been made to put them together. Sahitya Akademi has decided to bring out a complete collection of Tagore`s writings in English--original as well as translations done by him--in four volumes. The corpus of Tagore`s English writings, large and diverse, forms a substantial part of his total work. The first volume includes most of the poetic works translated by Tagore and a few poems that he wrote originally in English. The second volume consists of plays and stories translated by him, as well as five prose works. The third volume is a collection of different genres of writings--prose works, lectures, addresses, statements, messages and conversations. This volume, the fourth, includes the remaining poems, plays, essays, lectures and addresses, conversations, writings on books and open letters, messages and tributes. Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems: 1. Poems. II. Plays: 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl`s worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays: 1. The death traffic. 2. What then? 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co-operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders: an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders: author`s interpretation. 15. Getting and non-getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co-operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction: Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India`s problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses: 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest-house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co-operator`s day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends` services council, London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co-operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi-Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews: 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi, China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi`s ideal. 10. New Year`s day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman`s Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the J Printed Pages: 811. Seller Inventory # 6511

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Mosam Sinha

Published by Aavishkar Publishers (2012)

ISBN 10: 8179103994 ISBN 13: 9788179103999

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About this Item: Aavishkar Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Biography of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore. 2. Life chronology of Rabindranath Tagore. 3. Tagore as an educationist. 4. Introduction of Gitanjali by W.B. yeats. 5. Poetic gems of Gitanjali. 6. Summary of Gitanjali. 7. Review of Gitanjali. Further reading. Rabindranath Tagore was a multitalented personality. He was a Bengali poet, a Brahmo Samaj philosopher, a visual artist, a playwright, a novelist, a painter and a composer, all combined into one. Rabindranath Tagore started composing art works at a very tender age. He was also a cultural reformer who modified Bengali art by rebuffing the strictures that bound it into classical Indian forms. The publication of the English version of Gitanjali brought laurels in the life of R.N. Tagore. Gitanjali was first published in Nov. 1912. The best literary giants of England like yeats and Bradely appreciated the sincere effort of Tagore to the utmost. In November 1913, he was awarded the noble prize by Swedish academy and this gave him a place among the greatest men of letters in the modern world. He won universal recognition through the monumental literary achievement Gitanjali. Gitanjali brought to him universal recognition. The offerings of Gitanjali are dedicated to poet's closet personal connection with the Eternal, as a lover and beloved, wife and husband, servant and master, friend and friend, as if the poet were trying to approach reality in a personal way through personal relationship. The book is a tribute by author to Gurudev R.N. Tagore. It consists of seven chapters including biography of Gurudev R.N. Tagore, Life chronology of Rabindranath Tagore, Tagore as an educationist, introduction of Gitanjali by W.B. Yeats, poetic gems of Gitanjali. Summary of Gitanjali with review of Gitanjali. The book is written in straight forward language with lucid style. The book will give the readers a comprehensive coverage of different aspects of Tagore's life and his Gitanjali. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 109684

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About this Item: Sahitya Akademi, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) became an international figure when his Gitanjali, an anthology of lyrics, originally written in Bengali and translated into English by the poet himself, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature--the first ever to an Asian--in 1913. Since then he came to be known not only as a great writer but also as an able spokesman of modern India. Even today he is the most widely read Indian writer. Although his reputation outside the Bengali-speaking areas rests largely, if not entirely, on his English writings, no attempt had been made to put them together. Sahitya Akademi has decided to bring out a complete collection of Tagore`s writings in English--original as well as translations done by him--in four volumes. The corpus of Tagore`s English writings, large and diverse, forms a substantial part of his total work. The first volume includes most of the poetic works translated by Tagore and a few poems that he wrote originally in English. The second volume consists of plays and stories translated by him, as well as five prose works. The third volume is a collection of different genres of writings--prose works, lectures, addresses, statements, messages and conversations. This volume, the fourth, includes the remaining poems, plays, essays, lectures and addresses, conversations, writings on books and open letters, messages and tributes. Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems: 1. Poems. II. Plays: 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl`s worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays: 1. The death traffic. 2. What then? 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co-operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders: an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders: author`s interpretation. 15. Getting and non-getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co-operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction: Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India`s problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses: 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest-house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co-operator`s day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends` services council, London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co-operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi-Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews: 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi, China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi`s ideal. 10. New Year`s day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman`s Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the J Printed Pages: 811. Seller Inventory # 6511

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Andrews, Cf

Published by George Allen And Unwin Ltd (1931)

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About this Item: George Allen And Unwin Ltd, 1931. Condition: Good. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP95577137

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Andrews, C.F.

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About this Item: George Allen and Unwin Ltd, London, 1931. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 3rd Edition. portrait frontispiece, 195, 3 illlustrations, publisher's green cloth, small ink gift inscription to architect Mary Medd on ffep. Seller Inventory # 003868

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About this Item: Viking/Penguin Books, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. Among all the disciples of Swami Vivekananda, Sister Nivedita occupies pride of place. Margaret Noble arrived at India`s shores in the late nineteenth century, took the vows of a brahmacharini, and devoted the rest of her life to the cause of India. Apart from educating women, Nivedita wrote valuable treatises on Hindu thought and Indian culture, inspiring nationalist sentiment and unity. She won over leading national figures of the day with her fierce intellect, and even influenced the ending of Rabindranath Tagore`s novel, Gora. Known to be `drunk with India`, she provided immense professional support to the brilliant scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose; dialogued with great leaders like G.K. Gokhale and Aurobindo Ghosh; and inspired Abanindranath Tagore to create a painting that eventually became the iconic Bharat Mata. In this compelling biography, the author traces the development of Margaret from a loyal Irishwoman into Sister Nivedita, and finally into `Lok Mata` or `People`s Mother` - a title bestowed on her by Tagore. She draws on Nivedita`s vast corpus of writings and personal letters to provide an intimate view of her life and thought. Through an insightful and moving narrative, Margot reveals the feisty, irrepressible spirit behind one of India`s greatest friends. Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 109904

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Tagore, Rabindranath & Andrews, C. S. (editor)

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About this Item: Allen & Unwin, 1928. 1st Edition. Mildly ex-library with stamp on top and bottom page edges, and at bottom of title page. Attractive book plate on front pastedown and residue from plate removal on rear pastedown, otherwise clean and unmarked. Seller Inventory # 7430

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Tagore, Rabindranath

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About this Item: The Macmillan Company, New York, 1929. Hard Cover. Condition: Near Fine. Muirhead Bone Portrait Frontispiece (illustrator). First Edition. Orignal black gilt cloth. Spine title faded, Vintage bookplate. Else a fine copy, clean and unmarked. Seller Inventory # 1353430

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Rabindranath Tagore

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About this Item: 1942 Editorial Juventud. Tela editorial. No conserva la sobrecubierta. Estado regular, cubiertas deslucidas, con puntos de óxido en cortes y páginas del texto; buen estado de lectura. 220 pg. Obra publicada en inglés, con dos ensayos a modo de prefacio, por C.F. Andrews y titualada en dicho idioma Letters to a friend. 2ª edición. Versión española del Dr. Nicolás María Martínez Amador. En la introducción de Andrew se lee: Las cartas contenidas en este volumen me las escribió Rabindranath Tagore durante los años 1913 a 1922. Epistolario. Memorias. Historia de la Literatura extranjera. Libro viejo. Seller Inventory # 10219-A

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About this Item: Sahitya Akademi, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) became an international figure when his Gitanjali, an anthology of lyrics, originally written in Bengali and translated into English by the poet himself, was awarded the Nobel Prize for literature--the first ever to an Asian--in 1913. Since then he came to be known not only as a great writer but also as an able spokesman of modern India. Even today he is the most widely read Indian writer. Although his reputation outside the Bengali-speaking areas rests largely, if not entirely, on his English writings, no attempt had been made to put them together. Sahitya Akademi has decided to bring out a complete collection of Tagore`s writings in English--original as well as translations done by him--in four volumes. The corpus of Tagore`s English writings, large and diverse, forms a substantial part of his total work. The first volume includes most of the poetic works translated by Tagore and a few poems that he wrote originally in English. The second volume consists of plays and stories translated by him, as well as five prose works. The third volume is a collection of different genres of writings--prose works, lectures, addresses, statements, messages and conversations. This volume, the fourth, includes the remaining poems, plays, essays, lectures and addresses, conversations, writings on books and open letters, messages and tributes. Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems: 1. Poems. II. Plays: 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl`s worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays: 1. The death traffic. 2. What then? 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co-operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders: an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders: author`s interpretation. 15. Getting and non-getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co-operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction: Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India`s problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses: 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest-house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co-operator`s day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends` services council, London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co-operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi-Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews: 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi, China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi`s ideal. 10. New Year`s day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman`s Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the J Printed Pages: 811. Seller Inventory # 6511

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Tagore, Rabindranath.

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About this Item: 1931 Third impression, Allen & Unwin., 1931. 195pp. Index. Edited with two introductory essays by C.F.Andrews. 4 b/w illustrations. Letters written to Andrews 1913-22. Very good indeed in very good dw. Seller Inventory # 13450

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About this Item: Penguin, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Among all the disciples of Swami Vivekananda, Sister Nivedita occupies pride of place. Margaret Noble arrived at India’s shores in the late nineteenth century, took the vows of a brahmacharini, and devoted the rest of her life to the cause of India. Apart from educating women, Nivedita wrote valuable treatises on Hindu thought and Indian culture, inspiring nationalist sentiment and unity. She won over leading national figures of the day with her fierce intellect, and even influenced the ending of Rabindranath Tagore’s novel, Gora. Known to be ‘drunk with India’, she provided immense professional support to the brilliant scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose; dialogued with great leaders like G.K. Gokhale and Aurobindo Ghosh; and inspired Abanindranath Tagore to create a painting that eventually became the iconic Bharat Mata. In this compelling biography, the author traces the development of Margaret from a loyal Irishwoman into Sister Nivedita, and finally into ‘Lok Mata’ or ‘People’s Mother’—a title bestowed on her by Tagore. She draws on Nivedita’s vast corpus of writings and personal letters to provide an intimate view of her life and thought. Through an insightful and moving narrative, Margot reveals the feisty, irrepressible spirit behind one of India’s greatest friends. Seller Inventory # 121900

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XING TAO ZHU BIAN . GONG XUN FEN CE ZHU BIAN

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2012-09-01 Pages: 153 Publisher: Liaoning Education Press title: Xiaofeng into the forest - the world's classic prose Complete Works Original Price: 16.8 yuan Author: edited by Xing Tao Xun Gong Volume editor Publisher: Liaoning Education Press Publication Date :2012-9-1ISBN: 9787553601052 Words: 200000 Page: 153 Edition: 1 Binding: Paperback: 16 product size and weight: Editor's Choice World the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng into the forest. select a famous essay. more than a century of excellent writers around the world have emerged readers psychological characteristics of students with the ability to understand and build a reader of classic prose treasure trove of exclusive in this age. Veronika story touched the soul in these works. compassionate emotional statement. there is a chapter full of magical imagination. rich in philosophy of rational text . every article are designed to use the language charm. the charm of the emotional The moral charm nourish the mind of the reader friends. shaping a perfect spirit world. accompany readers friends health. happiness grow. In order to give readers more intuitive. friends fully understand prose with a the candidates reason About the Author as well as Essay Appreciation three little information for each article. detailing works excellent. creative background article essence. let the reader draw wisdom of friends in a relaxed reading to enhance the aesthetic taste and writing skills. Executive Summary World the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng forest clear. bright and beautiful poetic text. jade. generally pure beauty. Or ornate or rustic; or fresh. or rich; or deep. or plain; or heavy. or the aesthetic . are from famous Biduan. from the hands of the master. both classic. artistic and ideological. Read these experienced a classic test of time. and can open the literary vision to enhance the aesthetic consciousness touches the inspiration for. refine their thinking sentiments to enhance life taste. The world the classic prose Complete Works Xiaofeng into the forest feel the soul through the beautiful strokes of the Masters. throbbing experience the taste of the conditions of life and enjoy the beauty of creation and enjoy the joy of reading. The elegant writing calm has caused huge implication deep Yuan. Of the actions of the pen. cultural customs stretch picturesque. the philosophizing sentiment poetic rendering . together with the Masters. to talk about culture. deep inside; philosophy. with speculative deep; then life. ideal gorgeous; v. emotion. rich lingering; chat charm. his thoughts lush. Catalog sent to you a roses / Anatole Anatole France. in memory of the value of the time of Marie Curie / Albert Einstein / Ahmed Emin grandmother / Brad Bury to live in a huge of hope / Daisaku Ikeda three visitors / Island the Toson Tingquan / Kaii Higashiyama the nocturnal in mind / Virginia Woolf Youzaiyouzai / Heinrich Boll autumn sunset / Henry Thoreau prairie hunting mother's memories of bison / Washington Irving / plus Mistral meet Hemingway / Garcia Marquez's clock and bell / the Gabriel Miro pastoral poetry / Karel contact Peck On Beauty / Konstantin Bau Bernstorff Chomsky / Cary Gibran Inscription on stone leading to the Tower of the Sun / Colin Thompson. United States / Rabindranath Tagore leaf fall / Leo Pakistan Scalia Letter to / Lin Juemin Tengyexiansheng the / Lu Xun is my motherland / Pulie Mu Chand trivial / Gilbert Sesibolong really have to work very hard words letter books (excerpt) / George Jixing to his son / Walter Scott on Sunday in the earth / Stephen Gaiaoerge. from Rodin. where the the revelation / Stefan Zweig river song / William Maugham to mourn George Sand / Victor Hugo seaside fantasy / Walt Whitman Mississippi River scenery / woods and grassland / Ivan Turgenev Baicao / Yuri Bondarev Raindrops dew tears / Yusuf. Seller Inventory # FV072882

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TAGORE, Rabindranath

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About this Item: 1931. Hardback. Condition: NEAR FINE. Cloth, 195pp., ex-libr., clean and sound, with no external markings, good copy.For all enquiries, please contact Herb Tandree Philosophy Books directly - customer service is our primary goal. Seller Inventory # HTANDREE026087

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TAGORE, RABINDRANATH

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Tagore, Rabindranath

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About this Item: Taylor & Francis, 2016. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. reprint edition. 195 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.25 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # __1138909548

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YIN ] TAI GE ER

ISBN 10: 7506075202 ISBN 13: 9787506075206

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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Language:Chinese.Pub Date: 2014-07-01 Pages: 208 Publisher: Oriental Press in 1930. Tagore is nearly seventy years old. and health status has been bad. and often sick. At this year's fall season. Tagore invited to visit the Soviet Union. During the USSR and Europe en route to the United States via Tagore has to give their loved ones and friends wrote 14 letters to them about his impressions of the Soviet Union and all the true feelings. About the Author Rabindranath Tagore (1861--1941). a fam. Seller Inventory # BZ000824

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Edited by Nityapriya Ghosh,

Published by Sahitya Akademi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8126024364 ISBN 13: 9788126024360

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About this Item: Sahitya Akademi, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Acknowledgements. Introduction. I. Poems: 1. Poems. II. Plays: 1. The cycle of spring (Synopsis). 2. The cycle of spring. 3. The car of time. 4. The dancing girl's worship. 5. Rituranga. III. Essays: 1. The death traffic. 2. What then? 3. Religious education. 4. Indian students and western teachers. 5. Individuality. 6. The spirit of Indian religion. 7. The race problem of India. 8. Institutional religion. 9. International co-operation. 10. Travel diary. 11. The Sudra habit. 12. Wealth and welfare. 13. Red Oleanders: an interpretation. 14. Red Oleanders: author's interpretation. 15. Getting and non-getting. 16. Striving for Swaraj. 17. Art and tradition. 18. Organizations. 19. Co-operation and destiny. 20. The Saraswati Puja in the city college hostel. 21. Sriniketan. 22. Aurobindo Ghosh. 23. The Canker of European civilization. 24. The Soviet system. 25. To Persia. 26. Asian cultural rapproachement. 27. The changing age. 28. Introduction: Oxford book of English verse. 29. Gandhi the man. 30. India's problem. IV. Lectures and Addresses: 1. Construction versus creation. 2. The guest-house of India. 3. Sriniketan. 4. The first anniversary of Sriniketan. 5. My last talk in China. 6. To the people of Japan. 7. The place of science. 8. Truth. 9. My school. 10. To the child. 11. To the Indian community in Japan. 12. The soul of the east. 13. Lyric poetry. 14. Christmas anniversary. 15. To students at Rome. 16. Swami Sraddananda. 17. International co-operator's day. 18. Addresses in Singapore and Malay. 19. Ram Mohun Roy. 20. Farewell to Canada. 21. Man the artist. 22. Address at Friends' services council, London. 23. To Muslim students. 24. The co-operative principle. 25. To students at Santiniketan. 26. At Mahajati Sadan. 27. Address to H.E. Tai Chi-Tao. 28. The Supreme message of humanity uttered in India. V. Conversations and Interviews: 1. The living voice of India. 2. Conversation with M. Bergson. 3. Governor Yen of Shansi, China. 4. Freedom. 5. Movement in Education. 6. My conception of God. 7. Mercy is Twice Blessed. 8. The beyond. 9. Gandhi's ideal. 10. New Year's day. 11. Continental tour in 1925. 12. Conversation with the king of Italy. 13. Conversation with H.N. Brailsford. 14. Conversation with Aldo Sorani. 15. A new land of promise. 16. Conversation with Bendetto Croce. 17. The function of woman's Shakti in society. 18. Simplicity and elaboration in music. 19. The next world. 20. An interview in Vancouver. 21. An interview by the Japan adviser. 22. An interview at Honolulu. 23. An interview in Tokyo. 24. An interview with a Chinese delegation. 25. With F.N. Petrov. 26. The working of the league of Nations. 27. Interview with Tai Chi-Tao. VI. On Books and Writings: 1. Sanskrit books for German Scholars. 2. Science and sanctity. 3. Illuminated travel literature. 4. Baul songs. 5. Bengal lancer. 6. Rural welfare methods. 7. Folk songs of India. 8. Indian architecture. 9. Utility of a library. 10. Prof. Satyarthi. VII. Open letters, messages and tributes: 1. World War I. 2. Tagore and his boys. 3. Interned without trial. 4. The home and the world. 5. "League of Vagabonds". 6. M. Sylvain Levy. 7. Constructive work. 8. W.W. Pearson. 9. Asutosh Mukherjee. 10. To the young. 11. Mother India. 12. Brahmo Samaj Centenary. 13. Martial law at Sholapur. 14. The round table conference. 15. Birthday message from the poet. 16. Mahatma Gandhi arrested. 17. Poet's cable to premier. 18. Message from Rabindranath Tagore. 19. Good will in India. 20. Bengal detenus. 21. To Singhalese. 22. To Sindhis. 23. Moral welfare. 24. E.B. Havell. 25. Rudyard Kipling. 26. George V. 27. Suicide of Detenus. 28. Comrades. 29. To people of China. 30. Professor Moriz Winternitz. 31. Lord Brabourne. 32. Tripuri Congress. 33. Armaggedon. 34. The Crisis. 35. To Chiang-Kai-shek. 36. Art in education. 37. World War II. A note on sources. Sources. Index of first words of poems. "Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941) became an international figure when his Gita. Seller Inventory # 53142

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Tagore, Rabindranath) Andrews, C.F. (editor)

Published by Macmillan Company, NY (1929)

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About this Item: Macmillan Company, NY, 1929. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 4 Illustrations in Collorype (illustrator). 1st. First American Edition; dj w/lite wear, unclipped price, in mylar; ownr's name; 195 clean, unmarked pages; lite foxing on end papers Size: 12 vo. Seller Inventory # 039162

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Edited by Uma Das Gupta

Published by OUP India (2018)

ISBN 10: 0199481210 ISBN 13: 9780199481217

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About this Item: OUP India, 2018. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Their friendship, their struggles. 2. South Africa and India’s honour. 3. Santiniketan and phoenix schools. 4. World war I. 5. Dilemmas, depressions, uplifts. 6. Simla, Britain, India. 7. Rowlatt bills and after. 8. Non-cooperation. 9. Their differences. 10. Movement in the 1920s. 11. The South African Indian problem in the 1920s and1930s. 12. Movement in the 1930s. 13. Gandhi’s work, Gandhi’s message, Andrews, Tagore. 14. Tagore’s works, Tagore’s message, Andrews, Gandhi. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Friendships of ‘Largeness and Freedom’ presents the story of three remarkable individuals-Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, and the Anglican missionary Charles Freer Andrews. Brought together for the first time, the letters in this volume not only bear witness to their friendship but also reveal the universal principles they adopted to pursue freedom from colonial rule. Together, the three friends have given us an alternative legacy-the legacy of a nationalism that worked with complete restraint, that cried halt to the freedom movement whenever it turned violent, and that proclaimed the way forward to be in self-suffering and not in hatred of the enemy. They firmly believed that there must be no separation between the spiritual and the political, even in a political struggle. As Tagore wrote: ‘I know such spiritual faith may not lead us to political success, but I say to myself, as India has ever said: Tatah kim? Even then, what?’ Offering a glimpse into the recesses of their minds, their letters help us see what their lives were like beyond the myths and legends that often surround such iconic individuals. Seller Inventory # 123507

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Tagore, Rabindranath [Rabindranath Tagore, also written Ravindranatha Thakura (7 May 1861 - 7 August 1941), [b] sobriquet Gurudev, was a Bengali polymath who reshaped Bengali literature and music, as well as Indian art with Contextual Modernism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries] Edited with Two Introductory Essays by C. F. Andrews.

Published by Published by George Allen & Unwin Ltd., Ruskin House, 40 Museum Street, London Second Impression . 1929. (1929)

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About this Item: Published by George Allen & Unwin Ltd., Ruskin House, 40 Museum Street, London Second Impression . 1929., 1929. Second impression hard back binding in publisher's original dark green cloth covers, gilt title and author lettering to the spine. 8vo. 8'' x 5¼''. Contains 195 (including index of names) + (1) + (4) printed pages of text with four illustrations in collotype. Light foxing to the page edges. Very Good condition book in near Very Good condition dust wrapper with age darkening of the paper down the spine, small chips to spine ends, not price clipped 7s 6d. Dust wrapper supplied in archive acetate film protection, it does not adhere to the book or to the dust wrapper. Member of the P.B.F.A. BIO (Résumé, Memoir). Seller Inventory # 91320

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Tagore, Rabindranath

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About this Item: Allen & Unwin, London., 1928. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Original green cloth. dustwrapper a little age-darkened and chipped at spine ends, and corners and bearing a couple of tiny water splashes. Seller Inventory # 014241

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Rabindranath Tagore

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About this Item: George Allen and Unwin, 1928. Condition: Good. Boards have light wear. Content clean with minor spotting to some pages. Small owners name to first blank page. Good DJ with toning, small marks to parts of DJ. Small tears to edges. Seller Inventory # 9999-9994353641

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Rabindranath Tagore

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ISBN 10: 1138909548 ISBN 13: 9781138909540

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About this Item: Routledge, 2016. Paperback. Condition: Good. 1. Ships with Tracking Number! INTERNATIONAL WORLDWIDE Shipping available. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Shipping & Handling by region. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service!. Seller Inventory # 1138909548

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TAGORE, RABINDRANATH

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