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PaperBlanks Embellished Manuscript Collections Tagore, Gitanjali

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Great Minds At Work

Original Artwork: Rabindranath Tagore’s handwritten Verse 44 from Gitanjali
Era: Early 1900s
Region: India

In the space where intellect and heart combine is where you will find the writings of Rabindranath Tagore (1861–1941). A Bengali polymath, Tagore reshaped his culture’s literature and music by bringing in Contextual Modernism to the traditional prose and verse structures. By spurning rigid classical linguistic forms, Tagore was able to reach readers around the world on a level both emotional and spiritual. In 1910 he released Gitanjali, his most beloved collection of poems. “This is my delight,” writes Tagore in Verse 44, the ecstatic piece filled with both laughter and tears that is reproduced on our cover. Even in verses as short as this, Tagore was able to share his enlightened soul and impactful presence. There is little doubt as to why, in 1913, Gitanjali became the first non-European work awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Large : 18×23 cm, 144 Lined pages, & Small : 9.5×14 cm, 176 Lined pages of Acid-Free, archival paper which is Fountain Pen Friendly & bound in Smythe Sewn Binding Technique

Attributes: Memento Pouch, Ribbon Page Marker

Source : Paperblanks

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Description

Includes

Memento Pouch
Ribbon Page Marker

Attributes

144 pages (L), 176 pages (S)
Lined pages
Wrap around cover
Magnetic Closure
Smythe sewn Binding
Acid-free, archival paper made only with sustainable forest pulp
Takes pen & ink beautifully

Additional information

Size

Large (18×23 cm), Small (9.5×14 cm)