From Our Correspondent
Silchar, Feb 9: A 3-day intertiol discussion session and workshop on the contemporary Bengali poetry of India and Bangladesh will be held at the Department of Indian Comparative Literature, Assam University. The session and workshop, organized by the Department of Indian Comparative Literature, will start from February 12, at 2pm at Premendra Mohan Goswami meeting hall of the same department. This has been informed by the Head, Department of Indian Comparative Literature, Prof Dr Suman Gun. A number of famed writers, poets and litterateurs will grace the sessions and thrill people with their acumen.
Shad Kamali, an intertiolly acclaimed writer, who is based in Toronto, Cada, Kolkata based renowned poet, Professor Subodh Sarkar, Professor Biswath Roy, founder of the Department of Comparative Literature, Calcutta University and Professor Biplob Chakraborty along with many famous persolities from Bangladesh, Liajur srin and Roma Islam and others have been invited to participate in the 3-day discussion session.
Of late, comparative literature has taken the literary world by storm. It is a branch of academics, which thoroughly studies literature and cultural expression across tiol, linguistic and discipliry boundaries. It has been resemblance with the study of intertiol relations; however, it deals with artistic traditions and languages. Comparative literature may also refer to works on the same languages provided the languages have origited from diverse cultures and different cultures.