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|Title:||Nāgāripracāriṇī Sabhā. Origini della critica letteraria hindī moderna|
|Publisher:||Padova, Studio Editoriale Gordini|
|Abstract:||The present study outlines the cultural background which led to the foundation of the Nāgāripracāriṇī Sabhā and the development of Hindī literary criticism. Born in 1893 and existing even nowadays, the Nāgāripracāriṇī Sabhā was meant at the beginning to spread the use of the Hindī language in the devanāgarī script. It soon became an influential centre for the cultural mainstream of the first decades of the twentieh century. It contributed to define Hindī language and literature through publications, critical editions, research and cataloguing of ancient manuscripts. Śyāmsundara Dāsa and Rāmacandra Śukla, the two most eminent promoters of the Nāgāripracāriṇī Sabhā, formulated modern Hindī literary criticism and brought the linguistic and historic methodology elaborated from the Nāgāripracāriṇī Sabhā into the academic institutions of their time.|
|Appears in Collections:||Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie orientale|
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