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9789388874229 6422807c57ec868323157ad7 Out of Syllabus: Poems https://www.bookishsanta.com/s/63fe03d26a1181c480898883/6422807d57ec868323157b02/book-bookish-santa-18181055185062.jpg Every relationship is a long-distance relationship, we read in one of Sumana Roy s intriguing new poems. Out of syllabus brilliantly anatomizes those relationships, viewing them from every disciplinary perspective: Chemistry, physics, Biology, Geography, History, botany and finally art. The result is a dazzling dissection of love, longing and loss in all their conflicting moods and moments. Roy s images and metaphors are as enigmatic as they are precise. However private and personal her subjects, Roy maintains an aesthetic distance, wit and verbal control that recalls Sylvia Plath but a Plath less angry, wiser even philosophical. This is a very special book one that deserves a wide readership. Marjorie Perl off, Emeritus Professor, Stanford University Sumana Roy s wonderful book of poems, out of syllabus, combines rational ordering with the unreason of striking figures of speech. The rational ordering lies in the naming of sections as items in a comprehensive syllabus: history 9789388874229
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Out of Syllabus: Poems

Every relationship is a long-distance relationship, we read in one of Sumana Roy s intriguing new poems. Out of syllabus brilliantly anatomizes those relationships, viewing them from every disciplinary perspective: Chemistry, physics, Biology, Geography, History, botany and finally art. The result is a dazzling dissection of love, longing and loss in all their conflicting moods and moments. Roy s images and metaphors are as enigmatic as they are precise. However private and personal her subjects, Roy maintains an aesthetic distance, wit and verbal control that recalls Sylvia Plath but a Plath less angry, wiser even philosophical. This is a very special book one that deserves a wide readership. Marjorie Perl off, Emeritus Professor, Stanford University Sumana Roy s wonderful book of poems, out of syllabus, combines rational ordering with the unreason of striking figures of speech. The rational ordering lies in the naming of sections as items in a comprehensive syllabus: history
AuthorSumana Roy
LanguageEnglish
PublisherSpeaking Tiger
Pages136
BindingPaperback