Ragas From the Periphery

Ragas From the Periphery

Book - 1995
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A raga is a melodic composition in Indian classical music that imparts certain emotions. Ragas From the Periphery is a collection that uses language as its instrument.

Phinder Dulai is first and foremost a South Asian writer, and while issues of identity and cultural immersion are central to his work, they are not all-encompassing. His poems are intimate landscapes in which themes of work, family, and community are always present. Crossing cultures linguistically and metaphorically, Ragas From the Periphery is an impressive debut collection.

Publisher: Vancouver : Arsenal Pulp Press, 1995
ISBN: 9781551520216
1551520214
Branch Call Number: C811.54/DUL
Characteristics: 133 p

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