Native Elements in The Poetry of A.K.Ramanujan

Dr.Richa Kumari

Abstract


In A.K Ramanujan’s poetry, the two factors of his life –Indian past and American present – are complimentary to each other. To him the Eastern and theWestern are the two lobes of brain that can co-exist. Ramanujan’s four collections The Striders, Relations, Second Sight, and The Black Hen are replete with the fond memories of the past and especially of his relations and home. His poetry is a wonderful expression of Indian sensibility, sharpened and nourished by Western education and environment.


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