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Tagore Ibsen And Other Essays (Hardcover)

by Justice Muhammad Habibur Rahman

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Tagore Ibsen And Other Essays

Tagore Ibsen And Other Essays (Hardcover)

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... The great information age is still evolving. Many an imponderability appears to be waiting for us in the future.
Civilization is a critical condition. It is all the time carrying in its bosom a crisis and like a mirror reflects social tensions.
Tagore had foreboding but not clear understanding the crisis that the human society would face within a few decades. In the world of realpolitik crisis may crop up from different kinds of misunderstanding. We know there are serious misgivings and misunderstanding among the leaders of the world on the question of limiting nuclear armaments and various kind of atmospheric pollutions. The conflict between dharma and a-dharma appears to be a permanent condition of human society.

Muhammad Habibur Rahman, a former Chief Justice of Bangladesh, was the Head of the Non-party Caretaker Government in 1996. He has so far compiled and written fifty five books including six book of verses, five in Bangla and one in English. Some poems from his A Road Map to Peace but No Where to Go has been translated into Chinese by Qu Zhi Wei under the title/ Bie Gei Ren Jian Zao Long Zi/ Do Not Build a Cage For Man. For literature Mr. Rahman received the Bangla Academy (1984) and Ekushey Award (2007)

Title Tagore Ibsen And Other Essays
ISBN 9847016900327
Edition 1st Published, 2008
Number of Pages 119
Country Bangladesh
Language English

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