Subhoranjan Dasgupta

Subhoranjan Dasgupta was born in Kolkata in
1949. He was a student of English Literature at
Presidency College and Calcutta University.
After receiving his Master's degree, he joined
the Ananda Bazar Patrika as a journalist. In
1975, he went to Cologne (Germany) to work as
Editor for the Voice of Germany and thereafter
he lived and worked for six years in Heidelberg,
Germany's famous university town, as a
Research Fellow. He obtained his Ph.D degree
from the University of Heidelberg. His areas of
interest and research are Marxian and Neo-
Marxian aesthetics, sociology of literature and
Partition of Bengal.
His major publications are Dialectics and
Dreams, The TraSubhoranjan Dasgupta was born in Kolkata in
1949. He was a student of English Literature at
Presidency College and Calcutta University.
After receiving his Master's degree, he joined
the Ananda Bazar Patrika as a journalist. In
1975, he went to Cologne (Germany) to work as
Editor for the Voice of Germany and thereafter
he lived and worked for six years in Heidelberg,
Germany's famous university town, as a
Research Fellow. He obtained his Ph.D degree
from the University of Heidelberg. His areas of
interest and research are Marxian and Neo-
Marxian aesthetics, sociology of literature and
Partition of Bengal.
His major publications are Dialectics and
Dreams, The Trauma and the Triumph: Gender
and Partition in Eastern India (with Jasodhora
Bagchi) and Dialogues with Four Nobel
Laureates. A leading critic and analyst of
culture and politics, he has written extensively
on Bishnu Dey, Jibanananda Das, Manik
Bandopadhyay, Bertolt Brecht, Günter Grass,
Syed Waliullah and of course Akhtaruzzaman
Elias.uma and the Triumph: Gender
and Partition in Eastern India (with Jasodhora
Bagchi) and Dialogues with Four Nobel
Laureates. A leading critic and analyst of
culture and politics, he has written extensively
on Bishnu Dey, Jibanananda Das, Manik
Bandopadhyay, Bertolt Brecht, Günter Grass,
Syed Waliullah and of course Akhtaruzzaman
Elias.

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