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Home and the World
     

Home and the World

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by Rabindranath Tagore
 

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This powerful saga of the female protagonist, Bimala, traces her metamorphosis into a spiritually and intellectually evolved person in great detail. The story set against the backdrop of the Swadeshi movement in Bengal, is one of the most thought provoking and powerful one by the Nobel laureate.

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This powerful saga of the female protagonist, Bimala, traces her metamorphosis into a spiritually and intellectually evolved person in great detail. The story set against the backdrop of the Swadeshi movement in Bengal, is one of the most thought provoking and powerful one by the Nobel laureate.

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ISBN-13:
9780140079616
Publisher:
Bow Historical Books
Publication date:
01/28/1985
Pages:
1
Product dimensions:
1.00(w) x 1.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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Rabindranath Tagore (7th May 1861-7th August 1941), the writer and a Nobel laureate poet was the ambassador of Indian culture to the rest of the world. He is probably the most prominent figure in the cultural world of Indian subcontinent and the first Asian person to be awarded with the Nobel in 1913. Even though he is mainly known as a poet, his multifaceted talent showered upon different branches of art-novels, short stories, dramas, articles, essays, painting, etc. He was a social reformer, patriot and above all, a great humanitarian and philosopher.

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The Home and the World 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Home and the World by Rabindranath Tagore is a book that reveals the complications of the most sacred relationships. There are three central characters, Bimala, her husband Nikhil, and the activist, Bimala's lover, Sandip. The book is written from the perspective of all the three characters which helps the reader understand each of their obligations, morals and their goals. Over all this novel is a good novel. Readers may find the first half uneventful but as the story unfolds itself it gets more interesting.
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