Priyadarshi Patnaik Rasa in Aesthetics

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Rasa in Aesthetics

 
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Dr Patnaik elucidates the fundamentals of the rasa theory and applies the canons of this theory to various modern Western literary works, Chinese love lyrics and the Japanese haiku poems. Its historical development and recognition are also discussed.

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