R. Parthasarathy

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R. Parthasarathy


Born
in Tirupparaiturai, India
August 20, 1934

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R. Parthasarathy also known as Rajagopal Parthasarathy, is an Indian poet, translator, critic, and editor, worked as an associate professor of English and Asian Studies at Skidmore College.

His works include Poetry from Leeds in 1968, Rough Passage brought out by Oxford University Press in 1977, a long poem (Preface "a book where all poems form part of a single poem, as it were" – R. Parthasarathy) and edited Ten Twentieth-Century Indian Poets published by Oxford University Press in 1976 which went into Sixteenth Impression only in 2002. He translates from Tamil to English. His translation into modern English verse of the 5th-century Tamil epic, The Cilappatikāram of Iḷaṅkō Aṭikaḷ was brought out by Columbia UP in 1993. It has received signi
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The Cilappatikāram of Iḷaṅk...

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Erotic Poems from the Sansk...

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Ten 20th Century Indian Poets

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Rough Passage

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YEMEN AT PEACE AND WAR

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Introduction to General Rel...

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Paths of Innovators (v. 1)

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