Wednesday 1 November 2017

A Summer Poem Notes and Analysis 

The Indian Summer (Rain of Rites, 1976) illustrates the fact that Mahapatra's vision is essentially tragic, and his pessimism and perspectives may have explained his keen sense of the suffering of the Indian masses. His predominant preoccupation is the vision of grief, loss, abomination and rejection.
A Summer Poem By Jayantha Mahapatra
 Summary Of A Summer Poem

Summary Of A Summer Poem

Here, the poem offers some images that are not interconnected in any way, but they are all supposed to be images of the phenomenon that should occur in this country. First, the image of a mourning wind blows and produces moaning sounds. Obviously, it is an audio-visual image.

Then come the picture of the priests singing louder than before and thus indicating that it is the mouth of India that has opened and that is recited sacred verse. We open the mouth of India, which suggests hunger and famine in India. The third image offers an image in a single sentence. The crocodiles that are the tropical creature feel tormented by the oppressive heat of the Indian summer, they move into deeper waters to get relief.

In the following photo the sun of the Indian summer is already troublesome and the piles of garbage have made the heat too intolerable to stand near them or go through the garbage pile or refuse dirt and dust Which India sometimes knows.
The next picture is that of a good woman lying in bed with the protagonist. The long hot summer afternoon of India has not exhausted her. She continues to live in her dreams about the past and the future. This photo highlights the patient and stoical nature of Indian women. This image also presents an Indian ritual in the last lines in which the dead are burned and, during the summer, funerary pyres burn with crackling sounds. Indian women take death stoically.


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