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Book review: Shashi Tharoor's angry history of British rule in India is a timely response to empire nostalgia. Private army: the East India. based on my own special relationship with Julian Assange Things that the USA and UK bring to the relationship are Bad secrecy laws. Jayanta Mahapatra (born 22 October ) is a major Indian English poet. He is the first Indian poet to win Sahitya Akademi award for English poetry. He is the author of such popular poems as Indian Summer and Hunger, One of Mahapatra's better remembered works is the long poem Relationship, for which he was the.
While Coleridge was intellectually stimulated by the journey, its main effect on Wordsworth was to produce homesickness. He wrote a number of other famous poems in Goslar, including " The Lucy poems ". In the Autumn ofWordsworth and his sister returned to England and visited the Hutchinson family at Sockburn. When Coleridge arrived back in England he travelled to the North with their publisher Joseph Cottle to meet Wordsworth and undertake a proposed tour of the Lake District.
This was the immediate cause of the siblings settling at Dove Cottage in Grasmere in the Lake District, this time with another poet, Robert Southey nearby. Wordsworth, Coleridge and Southey came to be known as the " Lake Poets ". On 4 October, following his visit with Dorothy to France to arrange matters with Annette, Wordsworth married his childhood friend Mary Hutchinson. The following year Mary gave birth to the first of five children, three of whom predeceased her and William: John Wordsworth 18 June — Mary Ann Dolan d.
Dora Wordsworth 16 August — 9 July Married Edward Quillinan in Thomas Wordsworth 15 June — 1 December Catherine Wordsworth 6 September — 4 June William "Willy" Wordsworth 12 May — Married Fanny Graham and had four children: Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. April Learn how and when to remove this template message Wordsworth had for years been making plans to write a long philosophical poem in three parts, which he intended to call The Recluse.
In —99 he started an autobiographical poem, which he referred to as the " poem to Coleridge " and which he planned would serve as an appendix to a larger work called The Recluse.
In he began expanding this autobiographical work, having decided to make it a prologue rather than an appendix. He completed this work, now generally referred to as the first version of The Preludeinbut refused to publish such a personal work until he had completed the whole of The Recluse. The death of his brother John, also inaffected him strongly and may have influenced his decisions about these works. Wordsworth's philosophical allegiances as articulated in The Prelude and in such shorter works as " Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey " have been a source of critical debate.
It was long supposed that Wordsworth relied chiefly on Coleridge for philosophical guidance, but more recently scholars have suggested that Wordsworth's ideas may have been formed years before he and Coleridge became friends in the mids. In particular, while he was in revolutionary Paris inthe year-old Wordsworth made the acquaintance of the mysterious traveler John "Walking" Stewart — who was nearing the end of his thirty years of wandering, on foot, from MadrasIndia, through Persia and Arabiaacross Africa and Europe, and up through the fledgling United States.
By the time of their association, Stewart had published an ambitious work of original materialist philosophy entitled The Apocalypse of Nature London,to which many of Wordsworth's philosophical sentiments may well be indebted.
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Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood ". Up to this point Wordsworth was known only for Lyrical Ballads, and he hoped that this new collection would cement his reputation. Its reception was lukewarm, however. Rydal Mount — home to Wordsworth — Hundreds of visitors came here to see him over the years InWordsworth and Coleridge were estranged over the latter's opium addiction,  and inhis son Thomas died at the age of 6, six months after the death of 3-year-old Catherine.
Inhe and his family, including Dorothy, moved to Rydal MountAmbleside between Grasmere and Rydal Waterwhere he spent the rest of his life. He did, however, write a poetic Prospectus to "The Recluse" in which he laid out the structure and intention of the whole work. The Prospectus contains some of Wordsworth's most famous lines on the relation between the human mind and nature: Following the death of his friend the painter William Green inWordsworth also mended his relations with Coleridge.
Coleridge and Charles Lamb both died intheir loss being a difficult blow to Wordsworth. The following year saw the passing of James Hogg. Despite the death of many contemporaries, the popularity of his poetry ensured a steady stream of young friends and admirers to replace those he lost.
During his professional life, he taught Physics at various government colleges in Odisha including Gangadhar Meher College, SambalpurB. He superannuated at the Ravenshaw College, Cuttack now Ravenshaw University and retired from his government job as the Reader in Physics in His short stories as well as poems were initially rejected by several publishers.
His poems were also published in other poetry magazines in India. He received many literary awards for his published poems. This gave him an opportunity to go out of India and acquire international exposure.With Friends like these - British and American Special Relationship
Mahapatra has authored 27 books of poems, of which seven are in Oriya and the rest in English. Mahapatra is a Sahitya Akademi awardee, and also a recipient of the Jacob Glatstein memorial award conferred by Poetry magazineChicago. Besides poetry, he has experimented widely with myriad forms of prose. His published books of prose are Green Gardener, an anthology of short stories and Door of Paper: Mahapatra is also a distinguished editor and has been bringing out, for many years, a literary magazine, Chandrabhaga, from Cuttack.
The magazine is named after Chandrabhaga, a prominent river in Orissa. His poems appeared in many prestigious poetry anthologies like The Dance of the Peacock: He began writing poems when he was in the age of One of Mahapatra's better remembered works is the long poem Relationship, for which he was the first Indian English poet to win the Sahitya Akademi award in He was conferred the Padma Shri in by the president of India and was awarded an honorary doctorate by Ravenshaw University on 2 May