Between Two Worlds: Poetry & Translation

Sudeep Sen reading

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  • Type

    sound

  • Duration

    Unknown

  • Shelf mark

    C1340/49

  • Recording date

    2010-11-01

  • Recording locations

    British Library studio

  • Speakers

    Sen, Sudeep, 1964- (male)

  • Description

    Sudeep Sen reads his poetry: Offering.- Inside closed eyes, even the stones come alive.- Scattered pieces of a quarrel.- Kiss.- One moonlit December night.- Mediterranean.- Flying home.- A blank letter.- Remembering Hiroshima tonight.- Desire.- Bharatanatyam dancer.- New York Times.- Dadu.- Penumbra.- Single malt.- During the street play.- Night with Lakshmi.- morning rain.- release, rain.- drizzle, climax.- drought, cloud.- knowledge, need.- Prayer flag.- Banyan.- Winter.- Choice.- Variations on waka: Stills from Sanskriti (1. Triptych: Star glass; Leaf on water; Arch. 2. Diptych: Mustard; Barahkhamba. 3. Quartet: Centre; Gaon; Iris; Shape).

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