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Title: Precisazioni storiche sull'origine della poetica romantica hindī
Authors: Filippi, Gian Giuseppe
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Padova, Studio Editoriale Gordini
Abstract: The literary controversy as to whether Chāyāvāda could be defined as an Indian current of the Romantic movement was never finally settled. The present attempt starts from a different point of view: instead of a mere philological approach, the article proceeds also with a survey through the main ideologies and cultural currents of Europe and India in the last three centuries. The comparative methodology, in this way, might demonstrate that the Chāyāvāda movement was a genuine Indian poetical workshop of ideas, which played the same multicultural role represented in the European society by Romanticism
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