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Shed Tears, My Soul, Shed Tears Poems on the Tragic Global Pandemic Bringing the Great Lockdown Leading to Deep Recession Causing Massive Human Miseries and on Hope and Resilience.

Author Name: Jiban Mukhopadhyay | Format: Paperback | Genre : Poetry | Other Details

This is a unique collection of twelve poems, written on themes related to the tragic global pandemic-driven great lockdown, which, in turn, caused deep global recession and massive human miseries and death.

It is rare to find poems written on such a huge canvas — about human life in distress, the suffering millions, the lovingly motivated health workers alongside the government, the declining economy, and all that.  

Readers could relive their fatigued experiences of surviving inside closed rooms for long months and contemplate seriously.

Jiban introduces readers to a variety of people with their real life experiences. Like  the sad but sweet story of Sophie, marrying her dying fiancée in mid-night in the hospital ward! 

It’s the story-of-a-century that Jiban tells through his poems. It is also about hope and aspiration for a new life. Welcome to this unputdownable work of Jiban.

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Jiban Mukhopadhyay

Young Jiban’s Bengali poems were published and admired. He wrote about basic human feelings — about miseries and sufferings, struggles and aspirations, and all that.   

Jiban is a lifelong student of economics. After completing his education with a Master’s degree in economics, he joined the economics think tank of the Tata group as a young economist, worked diligently for three decades, and retired as Chief Economic Adviser to the group. 

After his retirement, he joined SPJIMR, Mumbai, a management school of repute, as Professor and taught there for one and a half decades .

He published many papers, articles, research documents, etc. on economics and related areas, as well as corporate governance and ethics. 

His first book, ‘Rising from the Ashes of Bengal’s Partition,’ was published by Notion Press in August 2019. The book received great admiration. 

The pandemic-driven human miseries have stirred Jiban’s mind to start writing poems again.    

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