(From the publisher):
Tagore's phenomenal dramatic career encompasses over sixty plays in nearly as many years and occupies a prime position in Bengali and modern Indian theatre. His farsighted contribution to world drama can be envisaged from the fluent translations of three of Tagore's major plays, all of which are concerned with universal human quests. While Red Oleander (Rakta-karavi), a modern classic in its own right, protests against man's ruthless use of organization to exploit human and natural resources, Tapati is a proto-feminist play that attends to the problems of action and injustice. Formless Jewel (Arup Ratan), on the other hand, is about spiritual beauty and the discovery of God.
Original title: Rabindranath Tagore: Three Plays
Genre: Drama and Plays→ Traditional Non-western Forms
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