Rabindranath Tagore S The Home And The World

Author: Pradip Kumar Datta
Publisher: Anthem Press
ISBN: 1843311003
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She sees the absence of any reference to children in the novel as a pointer to this
intention. This state of incertitude also informs the condition of Nikhilesh whose
mission of bringing his wife into the world is undercut by–among other things—
revealing the distinction between the home and the world as one of mental
categories rather than physical spaces. Tapobrata Ghosh's 'The Form of The
Home and the World' criticises E.M. Forster's dismissal of The Home and the
World as a ...

The Home And The World

Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Publisher: ZHINGOORA BOOKS
ISBN: 1257985841
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Gennem historien om en krise i Rani Vimala's og Nikhil's ægteskab får læseren indblik i de sociale og politiske brydninger mellem gammelt og nyt i Bengalen i begyndelsen af 1900-tallet

Migrant Domestic Workers In The Middle East

Author: B. Fernandez
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137482117
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This book Illuminates the multidimensionality of these workers' lives as they engage in finding a balance between acting and being acted upon, struggle and accommodation, and movement and stasis.

Dangerous Liaisons

Author: Anne McClintock
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 9780816626496
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In the house of fiction you can hear, today, the deep stirring of the unhomely. You
must permit me this awkward word — "unhomely" — because it captures
something of the estranging sense of the relocation of the home and the world in
an unhallowed place. To be unhomed is not to be homeless, nor can the
unhomely be easily accommodated in that familiar division of the social life into
private and the public spheres. The unhomely moment creeps up on you as
stealthily as your own ...

Home And The World

Author: Rabindranath Tagore
Publisher: Penguin Books India
ISBN: 9780143031413
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This classic novel by Nobel Prize-winner Rabindranath Tagore, first published in Bengali in 1916, is now available in a lucid new translation.

Wired To The World Chained To The Home

Author: Penny Gurstein
Publisher: UBC Press
ISBN: 9780774808477
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6 "I Don't Have a Home, I Live in My Office": Transformations in the Spaces of
Daily Life Speculation abounds about telework's possible impact on community
stability and energy expenditure. Writers in the popular press hypothesize that
working at home will deepen face-to-face and emotional relationships in both the
home and the neighbourhood, mitigating the increasingly impersonal
relationships outside these environments. Telework will increase community
stability because ...