Buddhadeb Bosu (30 November 1908 - 17 March 1974 / Comilla / Bangladesh)
Buddhadeva Bose (also spelt Buddhadeb Bosu) was a major Bengali writer of the 20th century. Frequently referred to as a poet, he was a versatile writer who wrote novels, short stories, plays and essays in addition to poetry. He was an influential critic and editor of his time. He is recognized as one of the five poets who moved to introduce modernity into Bengali poetry. It has been said that since Tagore, perhaps, there has been no greater talent in Bengali literature.
Buddhadeva Bose (BB) was born in Comilla, Bengal, now in Bangladesh. His ancestral home was in the village of Malkhanagar in the Vikrampur region (in Munshiganj District, Bangladesh). ... more »
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- A Stranger
- Now The Battle is Against The World
- Sonnet for Winter, 48
- Sonnet, 3 A.M
- Still Life
- To a Dead Woman
- To The Seasons