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These poems by Raghunath Kadakane manifest numerous feelings and emotions. The poet has a unique perspective about himself and the outside world. He seeks to understand life in all its essential aspects. The five parts in this comprehensive and representative collection, in a sense, represent the five elements of nature.
This book undertakes a comparison of two novels, viz. Kosla (1963) by Marathi writer Bhalchandra Nemade and its American counterpart The Catcher in the Rye (1951) by J. D. Salinger in terms of theme, structure and style. It attempts to delineate how writers placed in apparently diverse geographical and cultural contexts find themselves grappling with the same crisis—alienation.
Addressing a contentious issue as to whether the sense of