Studies in William Jones: An Interpreter of Oriental Literature
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1995 - 123 páginas
Professor Kaul In This Book Begins With A Refutation Of Edward Said`S Strictures On Jones. He Then Devotes A Chapter Each To Jone`S Interpretation Of Arabic, Persian And Sanskrit Poetry, Concluding With A Discussion Of `Sakuntala` Which Contributed To The Rise Of The Romantic Movement In Europe.
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