Where the East and the West Meet unequivocally establishes the striking similarities in the work of William Wordsworth and Rabindranath Tagore with respect to Poetry, Nature, God and Man. The book analyzes their poetry in the light of Sanskrit poetics and substantiates that there is a perfect coordination between Sanskrit poetics and their poetry. Where the East and the West Meet discusses cogently the philosophy of Wordsworth and Tagore that upholds the integrity of Man, and that restores Man to his genuine province. It details how they uphold the metaphysical correspondence between Nature and the spirit of man. The book shows how Wordsworth subscribes to the teachings of the Upanishads when he speaks of an experience of a direct encounter with the spirit of the universe; how Tagore beholds the stamp of God in nature. Where the East and the West Meet demonstrates the bond between the East and the West in a language that is academic but lucid.
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