These essays in honour of Arun Kumar Das Gupta present a view of English literature and drama in a context of humane literary studies with a critical ambience harking back to the Renaissance. Ranging from an investigation into the modes and registers in Renaissance philosophic discourse, to comparative analyses of Shakespeare and Milton, this is a diverse and stimulating collection.His interpretations of Western literature and thought, particularly of the Renaissance, shaped a whole generation of students. Some of them have produced this volume of essays in tribute to their mentor.
|Author||:||Sukanta Chaudhuri, Professor Sukanta Chaudhuri|
|Publisher||:||Anthem Press - 2009-07-01|