Reading Allen Ginsberg’s September on Jessore Road: An Attempt to Ruminate over the Horrific Reminiscences of the Liberation War of Bangladesh
作者: Israt Jahan ShuchiA B M Shafiqul Islam
刊名: Advances in Language and Literary Studies, 2019, Vol.10 (1), pp.41-46
来源数据库: Australian International Academic Centre PTY. LTD
关键词: Month of SeptemberJessore RoadBangladesh Liberation War of 1971Refugee CampsWar VictimsSufferings of Millions
原始语种摘要: Allen Ginsberg’s ‘September on Jessore Road’ captures the blood-stained history of the creation of Bangladesh through highlighting the unflinching struggle of the Bangladeshi people and their appalling plight that they went through during the country’s war of independence in 1971. This poem mainly reports on Ginsberg’s visit to the refugee camps located in the bordering areas of Jessore of Bangladesh and Kolkata of India in mid-September, 1971. Those camps sheltered millions of Bengalis who fled their homes fearing persecution and violence inflicted by the Pakistani occupation forces during the liberation war of Bangladesh. Ginsberg’s first-hand experience of encountering the refugees in those camps is reproduced in this poem where the poet very meticulously pens the untold sufferings...
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • Reading 读出
  • September 九月
  • resolute 断然
  • persecution 迫害
  • sheltered 被保护的
  • plight 誓约
  • appalling 令人震惊的
  • untold 数不清的
  • behind 在后
  • modern 现代的