The first Asian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature (1913), Rabindranath Tagore was a highly prolific creative genius, who has left indelible imprint in almost every genre of writing.
The handy volume offers a collection of some of his most popular novels such as, Home and The World and My Boyhood Days, short stories like Kabuliwala and The Hunger Stones, essays on Nationalism, and his world famous poetry collection Gitanjali.
As a humanist and universalist, Tagore’s works have wonderfully depicted personal and political dilemmas of the colonial India.
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