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why cant u bring this back to life ? It was a form of expression, more over in my mother tongue. Its really great to see this, lots of respect and wishes.We r still hungry :)
this is pretty awesome, Tridib...i was trying to remember who you were and what do you know but that i found you!in case you dont recognize my initialled nom de plume, you might remember me as a friend of d.a. levy in Cleveland...i'll bet i still have copies of Waste Paper in my stacks..
Glad to hear from you. Recently Marina Reza had visited the Hungryalists and wrote her dissertation. Presently BBC's Dominic Byrne is in Kolkata for a programme.
yes, now that we are old and considered harmless curiosities, the revolutions we spawned in our youth are taught about in the classrooms and celebrated on the streets...it was just less than two months ago that cleveland, the city that persecuted and prosecuted levy when he was alive, held a festival celebrating his life, poetry and publishing, with poetry readings & memorials around the city and lectures at the university...such is the fate of our work, to be entombed as historical artifacts... i am still in touch with some of the poets from the sixties; i will point them to your website; i am sure they will find it interesting...
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