Another Asia: Rabindranath Tagore and Okakura Tenshin by Rustom Bharucha

By Rustom Bharucha

The booklet weaves via an complex tapestry of principles in relation to pan-Asianism, nationalism, cosmopolitanism, and friendship, and positions the early modernist tensions of the interval within—and against—the spectre of a unified Asia that hid huge political ameliorations. The booklet attracts on pan-Asian works equivalent to The beliefs of the East and The Awakening of the East, in counterpoint to Tagore's radical Nationalism. The publication, delivering new insights into the ways that the Orient travelled inside and past Asia encouraged via emergent modes of vernacular cosmopolitanism, will attract scholars and students of cultural reports, South Asian postcolonial literature, literary idea, and function stories, in addition to common readers.

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