Songs of Sonority and Hope, "A Memento of Past Memories": A Critical Overview of DC Chambial's Poetry

  • Dr. K. Rajamouly
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Abstract

Poets vary from one to the other in giving shapes to their imagination so that they let their feelings, ideas, observations, dreams, experiences, memories and so on known to the readers in their own ways. The poem is the result of both imagination and creation in sweet synthesis. It is like the lovely lotus coming out of mud and water. The lotus blooms and shines for the delight of the viewers sprouting from mud and water.

Keywords: DC Chambial, songs of hope, Indian literature, India poetry.

Author Biography

Dr. K. Rajamouly

Dr. Katta Rajamouly is a Professor and Head, Department of English (S.H), Ganapathy Engineering College, Warangal.
He got published several poems, short stories, reviews and critical articles in many reputed journals. As a poet, he got published 1080 poems in his poetry collections Beauty in Variety, Cherished Cherries, Petals of Insight, Voices and silences and Kavitanjali; his short story collections Post Gandhian Days, Thorns in the Path, Shadows of Realities and Naked Truths; and novels Rajarishi in Quest of Peace, Man-for Man, a Quest, Smart Child, and Troubles and Tribals.
His two post-doctoral research books The Art of Speaking, the Skill of Skills, Essence of Poetry and Inconsistencies and Inadequacies in Traditional grammars; Learn English through Conversation, Grammar and Dictionary of Grammatical and Literary Terms on English language teaching (ELT); The Poetry of Philip Larkin: a Critical Study, critical essays titled My Observations and the Telugu renderings of English poems Kavita Vaideshiki are either published or under publication.

References

1. Chambial, D.C. Songs of Sonority and Hope. New Delhi: Authors Press, 2018.
2. Chowhan, Subhadrakumanri. Mera Naya Bachpan. https://kavyaalaya.org/mera_naya_bachpan.jpg
3. Eliot, T.S. Four Quartets. New Delhi: OUP, 1971.
4. Larkin, Philip. Collected Poems. London: The Marvel Press: 1988. .
5. ---------------. The Less Deceived. Yarkshire: Marvel Press, 1955.
6. Keats, John. Human Seasons. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/44472.
7. Meyerhoff, Hans. Time in Literature. London: California Press, 1974.
Published
2020-02-05
How to Cite
Rajamouly, D. K. “Songs of Sonority and Hope, "A Memento of Past Memories": A Critical Overview of DC Chambial’s Poetry”. Contemporary Literary Review India, Vol. 7, no. 1, Feb. 2020, pp. 82-07, http://literaryjournal.in/index.php/clri/article/view/494.
Section
Research Papers