Tagore's The Home and the World as Socio-political Novel

Tagore's The Home and the World as Socio-political Novel
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Sub Topics: Tagore's The Home and the World has been regarded as an allegory, Bimala, standing for modern India, Nikhilesh for ancient India and Sandip for modern Europe.

Key Words: socio political novel, Tagore, novel

Viewed purely as a socio political novel, Tagore's The Home and the World seems to make a sharp distinction between two rival political impulses, Nikhilesh representing the pure passion for constructive work in swadeshi (nationalism), and Sandip its greed and destructive energy .
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