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ERIC Number: ED124943
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 172
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Bengal Literature and History.
Dimock, Edward C., Jr., Ed.
The unifying theme of the papers in this book is the use of creative literature as source material for the study of cultural history. Titles and authors of the papers are: "Encounter and Growth in Bengali Literature, A Survey of Medieval Bengali Literature" by T.W. Clark; "The Hindu Chiefdom in Middle Bengali Literature" by Ronald Inden; "Two Autobiographical Accounts from Middle Bengali Literature" by G. Wayne Kilpatrick; "The Ideal Man in Society, in Vaisnava and Vaisnava-sahajiya Literature" by Edward C. Dimock, Jr.; "Encounter and Growth in Bengali Literature, A Survey of Modern Bengali Literature" by T.W. Clark; "Communal Attitudes in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries" by Rachel R. Van Meter; "The Dimensions of Literature as an Analytical Tool for the Study of Bengal, 1800-1830" by David Kopf; and "Modernization and Cultural Change, The Self-Image and World-View of the Bengali Intelligentsia as Found in the Writings of the Mid-Nineteenth Century, 1830-1870" by Warren M. Gunderson. (JM)
Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Asian Studies Center.
Identifiers - Location: India; Pakistan