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Design and rhetoric in a Sanskrit court epic

Indira Viswanathan Peterson

Design and rhetoric in a Sanskrit court epic

the Kiratarjuniya of Bharavi

by Indira Viswanathan Peterson

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Published by State University of New York Press in Albany, NY .
Written in English


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StatementIndira Viswanathan Peterson.
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Paginationxii, 306 p. :
Number of Pages306
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ISBN 100791456145

Monier-Williams, M. (1st ed.: Oxford University Press ). A Sanskrit- English Dictionary. Etymologically and Philologically Arranged with special reference to Cognate Indo-European Languages. Corrected edition. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. Peterson, I. V. Design and Rhetoric in a Sanskrit Court Epic. The Kirātārjunīya of : Anna Trynkowska. Design and rhetoric in a Sanskrit court epic: the Kirātārjunīya of Bhāravi; Taming the Fire; Scar Night (Deepgate Codex, Book 1) Extra info for Morgoth's Ring (History of Middle-Earth, Vol. 10) Example text/5(3). BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS Dāmodaraguptaviracitaṃ Kuṭṭanīmatam = The Bawd's Counsel: Being an Eighth-Century Verse Novel in Sanskrit by Dāmodaragupta. Edited and translated by Design and Rhetoric in a Sanskrit Court Epic: The “Kirātārjunīya” of Bhāravi, by.


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Introduction: The Study of the Sanskrit Court Epic --The Poetics of the Mahakavya --The Setting and Structure of the Kiratarjuniya --Prelude to Action: Epic Speech in Bharavi's Poem --The Debate between the Brothers: Logic, Rhetoric, and Politics in the Court Epic --Landscapes with Women: Bharavi's Descriptive Art --The Conundrum of the Warrior.

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