International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part H (2018)
Pain and anguish in the works of Jayanta Mahapatra
The major themes of Jayanta Mahapatra’s poetry are Indianness, pain, hunger, social problems, family relations, love, time sex, nature and search for self. He has confirmed that his existence to the Oriya land, history, myth society. Time, family relations and society plays a key role in his life as well as in his poetry. He has developed his profound theory of poetic creation through his poetry. And nature in Mahapatra has less space for its independent existence. The images from nature are so inevitably embedded in the symbols of his poetry. This paper is an attempt to expose Indian social realities and picturising contemporary scene through suggestive imagery. In this paper Mahapatra focuses on the pain anguish, hunger, loneliness and isolation of Indian poor people.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Md. Sajjad. Pain and anguish in the works of Jayanta Mahapatra. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(3):510-511.