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Issue Details: First known date: 2010... 2010 Globalization and Poetic Sensibility : A Comparative Study of the Poems of Robert Adamson and Jayanta Mahapatra
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Padrip Kumar Patra's essay 'compares Robert Adamson and Jayanta Mahapatra. According to Patra, both the poets have taken poetry to a height where art, life and self-awareness merge with each other.' (xi)

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    y separately published work icon Explorations In Australian Poetry Kanwar Dinesh Singh (editor), New Delhi : Sarup , 2010 Z1720915 2010 anthology criticism

    'This book is an anthology of essays exploring diverse issues in Australian poetry through critical perceptions of scholars in India as well as overseas. Besides, discussing the artistic and aesthetic aspects of Australian verse, these essays reflect on issues of national identity and representation, nature, space, environment, globalization and multiculturalism in the context of Australia. Some of the essays also bring to fore the comparative perspective of Australia and India as emerging multicultural / multiethnic nation in today's fast globalizing world. The papers / essays have been contributed by scholars like Nathanael O'Reilly (q.v.), Jayne Fenton Keane (q.v.), Peter Nicholson (q.v.), Phillip A. Eills, Pradip K. Patra (q.v.), Tanushree Nayak and editor of the anthology, Kanwar Dinesh Singh.'

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    New Delhi : Sarup , 2010
    pg. 130-138
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