Saileshwar Ghosh Rachana Samagra (1)
LF Books India is a publication house of a large and heterogeneous association receptive to a variety of topics, whether scholarly or popular without any biased perspective. Saileswar Ghosh, an anarchist poet of Hungry Generation, who has not enjoyed lavish praise and a mass of prizes during his poetical journey, created a furore jeopardizing the basic concept and structure of Bengali poetry.With other foot soldiers of Hungry Generation movement he threw himself into every thing, with his typical hungry language disapprobated by the bourgeois standardization of literature.Rightly said by Howard McCord, with regard to hungry poets (Their poems record the ugly numbing truth that most men delight in their horrors).In this most ambitious project, we like to introduce Saileswar to neo Avant-garde readers in a many of his oeuvre that reveal as much about the author and his own works as they do about his concept of poetry, contemporary literature and glorious global thoughts.The linguistic alienation, the resultant effect of imperialism, is obviously absent in Saileswar Ghosh.His poetry has explored a literal geographical displacement causing a destabilizing effect on Bengali readers of poetry.So, this is one essential book for every reader who wants a group of poets who once challenged the existing canon and dominate ideas of literature and culture.
Saileshwar Ghosh Rachana Samagra
Part 1 : Poetry
Edited by Sabyasachi Sen