A Brief Study of the Imaginative World in Jayanta Mahapatra's Poetry
Poetry is notably concerned with human experiences. Poems are constituted of lifestyles; they belong to lifestyles, and exist for lifestyles. Poems are a sort of revelations in which the poet expresses his willingness to come back to terms with himself as a person and as a poet. Poems are records of expertise to be shared. Poets consider or think they usually move along their recorded observations, moves, ideas and emotions to the readers. The present study titled “A Brief Study of the Imaginative World in Jayanta Mahapatra's Poetry” thrives on these converging factors to establish that a creator as self has a couple of selves the trauma and worry touching on social injustices, disharmony, and ecological imbalances . This paper tries to analyse and throws light on the character and social reality of human life. The paper titled "A Brief Study of the Imaginative World in Jayanta Mahapatra's Poetry" attempts to define the poet's self, society and the truth of each with reference to selected poems.
Key Words: revelation, thrives, trauma, disharmony, ecological
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