The eloped prison


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30 నవంబర్, 2011, బుధవారం. వైజాగ్ పౌరగ్రంధాలయం లో జరిగిన గురజాడ 96వ వర్ధంతి సాహిత్య సభ లో గురజాడ ఆంగ్ల రచనలపై ప్రసంగిస్తున్న Srinivas Vasudev గారు. ఈ విషయంపై పవర్ పాయింట్ ప్రెజెంటేషన్ కూడా ఇవ్వడం జరిగింది.

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The eloped prison

  1. 1. The Eloped Prison12/2/2011 1
  2. 2. Indo--Anglian Literature 1861--194112/2/2011 2
  3. 3. The Cuckoo (1882) Sarangadhara I (1883) Sarangadhara II (1883) Madras Congress Mahasabha (1908) The Emeralds  Dairies  Translations12/2/2011 3
  4. 4. The Cuckoo (1882) --12/2/2011 4
  5. 5. Sarangadhara I (1883) Sarangadhara II (1883)The labouring dawn gave out the child oflightWhose infant became played over the river’sbreastAnd woke the bees asleep in lotus bowersWhile from Godavary’s bank in merry whirlsA thousand pigeons starred the sky.12/2/2011 5
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  7. 7. 1. O Sir! What favour this! Sooner we though Could Sampang blooms invite the bee, than thee 2. And lo! That Malati twinning as it does the Kulaya’s tall and aged trunk hold up 3. “Mother! Wrongly You read the sense of all those wondro Of great Gopal. Didst thou not hear it sa That spirit of good husbands the human12/2/2011 7
  8. 8. “A brute is he that having power to soothe Lends not his tender aid? O! Save me dear” And he like one From midnight slumbers to moonlight bowers But lo! Presently at his side the Queen, Her ringlets flying to the morning breeze Like water nymph or forest Drayd stepped12/2/2011 8
  9. 9. Translations into English Beautiful are the Blue Hills The wonders of Ooty Worship the Lord of Uma The word of Long Ago Is there no Magic I took You for a Picture12/2/2011 9
  10. 10. Beautiful are the Blue Hills Beautiful are the Blue Hills And their beauty gladdens the heart. Verily this is the garden Of the Gods, and gods and sages love to roam here12/2/2011 10
  11. 11. “Last night I lockedthe thought of her,Within the dungeonof my heartBut what a daringthief that wasHe ran away with theprison itself.” 12/2/2011 11
  12. 12. The Emeralds Under the bowers where the Ocean Powers Sit on their Pearled thrones Through Coral woods Of welteing floods, Over heaps of unvalued stones; Through the dim beams Which amid the streams Weave a network of coloured light,12/2/2011 12
  13. 13. Tell me not in scornful numbers Congress is an ‘empty’ show For though many a delegate slumbers Seats are ‘full’ in every row Congress is earnest! Congress is real Self-government is its goal Action said, a high ideal Is always good for the human soul In the congress field of battle, In constitutional strife Indulge internal rattle Never lift a chair for strife12/2/2011 13
  14. 14. 189712/2/2011 14
  15. 15. Wordsworth 1770--185012/2/2011 15
  16. 16. Wordsworth The Language of Poetry Wordsworth has romantic and revolutionary views about the language of poetry. He revolts against the artificial language of 18th century. He recommends the ordinary language that is used in daily conservation for poetry. In his view this is more effective.12/2/2011 16
  17. 17. TO THE CUCKOOO BLITHE New-comer! I haveheard,I hear thee and rejoice.O Cuckoo! shall I call thee Bird,Or but a wandering Voice?While I am lying on the grassThy twofold shout I hear,From hill to hill it seems to pass,At once far off, and near.12/2/2011 17
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