A Telescopic Vision of K.V. Dominic’s Poetic World through Cataracts of Compassion

Authors

  • Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh Assistant Professor, Department of English, Maharaja Harishchandra P.G. College, Moradabad, affiliated to M.J.P. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India,M.J.P. Rohilkhand University image/svg+xml https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1333-810X

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53032/tcl.2021.6.4.26

Keywords:

Communism, Symphony, Renaissance, Indo-English Poetry, Stratum

Abstract

An attempt to present the poetic world of a particular poet particularly based on a particular volume is thought to be a herculean task. Can it be possible? is the question. Generally, the poetic world of a poet is known or understood with the help of the close study of his all works where his all feelings, passions and emotions are reflected vividly and variously. There is a saying in this world that possibility resides in impossibility and hither is our ray of hope as the work of a poet is the result of all the generative energy that he possesses. Time, place and position are also the dominant deciding factors in shaping the poetic world of a poet .None can prevent him from the above said things. The other thing is that feelings, passions and emotions are the recurring things that recur in each and every work of a poet in various forms. This is why, here, a little step is taken to have a telescopic vision of his poetic world through his particular anthology The Cataracts of Compassion. Its possibility is to be seen in an affirmative way as without any major distinction the mind, psyche and tendency of a poet is present in his all works. Miniatures always present the giants i.e. they attribute the real and ubiquity of a poet is known to all so there is no harm to have a telescopic visions of Prof. Dominic’s poetic world through the Cataracts of Compassion.

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2021-10-30

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Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh. (2021). A Telescopic Vision of K.V. Dominic’s Poetic World through Cataracts of Compassion. The Creative Launcher, 6(4), 166–175. https://doi.org/10.53032/tcl.2021.6.4.26

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