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by Kalidasa,Barbara Stoler Miller,Edwin Gerow,David Gitomer

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Author:
Kalidasa,Barbara Stoler Miller,Edwin Gerow,David Gitomer
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978-0231058391
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023105839X
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Columbia University Press (April 15, 1984)
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Dramas & Plays
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Theater of Memory: The P. for their achievement in providing us with Kalidasa translations that are enjoyable as well as accurate, and convey in great measure the power and beauty of the works in the original.

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These included Bhartrihari: Poems (1967): Phantasies of a Love-Thief: The Caurapancasika Attributed to Bilhana (1971): Love Song of the Dark Lord: Jayadeva's Gitagovinda (1977): The Hermit and the Love-Thief: Sanskrit Poems of Bhartrihari and Bilhana (1978): Theatre of Memory: The Plays of Kalidasa (1984, with Edwin Gerow and David Gitomer): and The Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna's Counsel in Time of War (1986). All of these texts were published by Columbia University Press (and, in the case of the Bhagavad-Gita, by Bantam Books also).

Theatre of Memory : The Plays of Kalidasa. She is the author of several books published by Columbia University Press, includingLove Song of the Dark Lord andThe Hermit and the Love Thief.

Plays of Kalidasa (1984, with Edwin Gerow and David Gitomer): and The Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna's Counsel in Time of War (1986)

Plays of Kalidasa (1984, with Edwin Gerow and David Gitomer): and The Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna's Counsel in Time of War (1986). All were published by Columbia University Press (and, in the case of the Bhagavad-Gita, by Bantam Books as well).

Kalidasa occupies a special place in world literature, a poet who has .

Kalidasa occupies a special place in world literature, a poet who has contributed outstanding examples of epic, lyric, and dramatic works. Later Indian poets, critics, and theorists have considered him the central reference point of the tradition, and for over 15 centuries his works have continued to attract devoted readers. It is divided into six books corresponding to six parts of the year: Spring, Summer, the Rainy Season, Autumn, Early Winter, and Winter. As might be expected from Kalidasa’s other works, all three plays deal with love, and all are examples of the nataka type of Sanskrit drama, using history or legend with a king as a protagonist.

MILLER, Barbara Stoler. The Plays of Kalidasa. Translated by E. Gerow (Māl. and B. S. Miller (Śak. Professor in New York. Studies at Barnard College, Columbia University (. 1968 at University of Pennsylvania under W. Norman Brown, also studied in India. Ed. by B. Miller & M. Archer. 40+181 p. Studies in Oriental Cultures 20. N. Y. 1985. The Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna’s Counsel in Time of War.

Barbara Stoler Miller, e. Theater of Memory: the Plays of Kalidasa, translated by Edwin Gerow, David Gitomer, Barbara Stoler Miller (New York: Columbia University Press, 1984). Yashwant Malaiya, Kalidasa: some general information. Henry Morse Stephens, "Sir William Jones". Sir William Jones: an archive of articles (1784-1793) by this very important early Indologist (scroll down and look under "Jones").

1984), Theater of memory: the plays of Kālidāsa, Columbia University Press, ISBN 978-0-231-05838-4. Barbara Stoler Miller (transl. (1977), Gitagovinda of Jayadeva: Love Song of the Dark Lord, Motilal Banarsidass Publ. ISBN 978-81-208-0367-1. Barbara Stoler Miller (1993), Masterworks of Asian literature in comparative perspective: a guide for teaching, . Sharpe, ISBN 978-1-56324-258-8.

the plays of Kālidāsa. Kālidāsa's world and his plays, Barbara Stoler Miller. Published 1984 by Columbia University Press in New York. Sanskrit dramatic theory and Kālidāsa's plays, Edwin Gerow. The theater in Kālidāsa's art, David Gitomer. Śakuntalā and the ring of recollection. Urvaśī won by valor. Mālavikā and Agnimitra.

This volume offers comprehensive analyses and new translations of Kalidasa's three extant plays: "Sakuntala and the Ring of Recollection," "Urvasi Won by Valor," and "Malavika and Agnimitra."

  • A true translation of Kalidasa's work. Will revisit this gem.

  • This is a modern translation of Kalidasa's three surviving plays--quite readable, and thorough. It also includes a fine introductory essay.

  • The book is in much better condition than I expected, it seems as if it was brand new. Also, the book came on time.

  • A masteful work.