'Poetry is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feeling, where emotions recollect in tranquility." The above lines have been said by Wordsworth, the famous nature poet who belonged to an age when it was a golden period of poetry.
Sudhir K. Arora, who is credited to be the author of various significant books including his creative criticism Aravind Adiga's The White Tiger: A Freakish Booker, has now appeared with his fresh criticism on Kamala Markandaya, titled 'Multicultural Consciousness in the Novels of Markandaya'. The book under review peeps into the life and works of Kamala Markandaya, the pioneer Indian woman novelist.
Sonnet Mondal is a much-discussed poet and the founder of The Enchanting Verses Literary Review. He has authored eight collections of poetry. His works have appeared in several international literary publications including The Sheepshead Review (University of Wisconsin, Green Bay), Nth Position, The Penguin Review (Youngstown State University), Two Thirds North (Stockholm University), California State Poetry Quarterly (California State Poetry Society) and Friction Magazine (New Castle University) to name a few.
'A novel can hardly be the product of a single mind. It is the result of a number of minds.' These lines have been quoted from a newly released maiden novel, The Tailor's Needle by Lakshmi Raj Sharma, a Professsor of English at the University of Allahabad. Although it is his own creation but Prof. Sharma has given the credit to many people who have helped, guided and suggested to him various ideas.