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Mother Of 1084 – Mahasweta Devi- By Dr. Prem Sagar

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Mother Of 1084 – Mahasweta Devi , By – Prem Sagar , ISBN Code – 978-93-87601-14-7

 

Mother of 1084 was none but Mahasweta Devi herself. Her heart bled as she saw that profiteers, drug-peddlers, adulterators, spurious drug-makers, self-seeking politicians ruled the roost while the have-nots were forced to live in penury. Tagore also felt that the poor were completely neglected. The poet exhorted that mere praying in the dark corner of a temple with eyes shut was of no use. He advises the rich “God is there where the tiller is tilling the hard ground and where the path maker is breaking stones.” Tagore says with greater concern in another poem, “When I try to bow to thee, my obeisance cannot reach down to the depth where thy feet rest among the poorest, the lowliest, and lost.” The sight of the extreme poverty had moved the poet and the novelist but not the rich.

 

Chapters:                                                              

Life and Works of Mahasweta Devi

Preview

Summary—Chapter wise

Evening

Characters Sketch

Meeting Somu’s Mother

Plot Construction

Depraved Higher Class

Craft of the Novelist

Criticism of Life

Summing up

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Mother Of 1084 – Mahasweta Devi , By – Prem Sagar , ISBN Code – 978-93-87601-14-7

 

Mother of 1084 was none but Mahasweta Devi herself. Her heart bled as she saw that profiteers, drug-peddlers, adulterators, spurious drug-makers, self-seeking politicians ruled the roost while the have-nots were forced to live in penury. Tagore also felt that the poor were completely neglected. The poet exhorted that mere praying in the dark corner of a temple with eyes shut was of no use. He advises the rich “God is there where the tiller is tilling the hard ground and where the path maker is breaking stones.” Tagore says with greater concern in another poem, “When I try to bow to thee, my obeisance cannot reach down to the depth where thy feet rest among the poorest, the lowliest, and lost.” The sight of the extreme poverty had moved the poet and the novelist but not the rich.

 

Chapters:                                                              

Life and Works of Mahasweta Devi

Preview

Summary—Chapter wise

Evening

Characters Sketch

Meeting Somu’s Mother

Plot Construction

Depraved Higher Class

Craft of the Novelist

Criticism of Life

Summing up

 

Additional information

Weight 0.15 kg
Dimensions 22 × 14 × 2 cm

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