The Aesthetics of Wonder: New Findings in Sanskrit Alankarasastra

595.00

In stock

This little work has been done on the aesthetics of wonder; the writers on Sanskrit poetics have had little to say about this most attractive sensation. This work examines, in great depth, the excitants of the sense of wonder and the various purposes for which poets harness it and presents the concepts, for the first time in the history of Sanskrit aesthetics, embellished with ddlectable examples drawn from the whole of Sanskrit literature. The crowning achievement of the author is the startlingly new discovery about the nature and the role played by wonder which will revolutionize the existing concept of the sensation.

The most attractive and unusual feature of the book is the high readability achieved through a scintillating style of presentation distinguished by sparkling wit and humour. An epoch-making book which scholars and lay lovers of literature alike would love to read.

 

Additional information

Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 10 × 11 × 12 cm
Book Author

A.V. Subramanian

Be the first to review “The Aesthetics of Wonder: New Findings in Sanskrit Alankarasastra”

Your email address will not be published.

Reviews

There are no reviews yet.

Vendor Information

Main Menu