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Book review: Shankarlal Sengupta's collected poems talk about love and farewell

Book review: Shankarlal Sengupta's collected poems talk about love and farewell

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 24 Nov 2018, 04:25 pm

Poetry is an old but popular medium through which human emotions, feelings, desires and regrets are expressed.

Poems can give us an escape from the real world and it can also be used to express certain things that cannot be said otherwise.

The Midnight Sun is a poetry collection by Shankarlal Sengupta, which has been translated into English by Prof. Somrita Urni Ganguly.

The poems in this collection deal with love and farewell.

The poet has successfully sketched great paintings through words to amuse and enlighten the readers.

The content of each poem is very simple and related to our daily life but somehow the poet has found uniqueness in them.

Readers will be able to find a connection while reading each poem and the themes are bound to remain etched in their minds.

Each poem is quite short and easy to understand.

This collection can be read by anyone who likes to read and write poetry.

(Reviewed by Sayantani Sengupta)

Book review: Shankarlal Sengupta's collected poems talk about love and farewell

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