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Soliloquies in Solitude : Solomon's Verse in His Nineties Depicting Cultural, Natural, Existential, Philosophical and Christian Themes
Authorship Description
Dr. B. S. Moses Kumar.
Bibliographical Details xii, 161 p. 23 cm.
Edition, Place & Publisher 1st ed. New Delhi, Christian World Imprints.
ISBN-10 9351482197
ISBN-13 9789351482192, 978-9351482192
Year of Publication 2017.
Series Christian Heritage Rediscovered - 55.
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`Soliloquies in Solitude' is an analytical commentary on the P. Solomon Raj's verse in his Nineties. A globally reputed artist and theologian, propounding incarnation of the Gospel in Indian culture, Solomon's poetry as a nonagenarian continues to be a sharp tool of expression of Christian Faith and Living vis-a-vis his present poetry pregnant with Indigenous Philosophizing. Having done extensive research on the art and poetry of Solomon Raj, it is commendable that B. S. Moses Kumar presents this commentary, appending the corpus of Solomon's writings, which are otherwise unavailable to the reading public. The book is a delight for readers as it pointedly depicts Cultural, Natural, Existential, Philosophical and Christian Themes among others.




Reflective Verse of P. Solomon Raj : A Critique

       A. Solomon Raj: Literary Experiments

       B. Solomon Raj: An Artist and A Poet

       C. Solomon Raj: A Lyricist and A Hymn Writer

1. Early Poetry of An Octogenarian

       A. On Mundane Themes

       B. On Religious Themes

       C. On Philosophical Themes

2. Early Poetry of A Nonagenarian

       A. Journey Into Sonnets

       B. Poems of 2013

       C. Other Sonnets of 2013

3. Later Poetry of A Nonagenarian

       A. Natural Themes

       B. Existential Themes

       C. Christian Themes



Dr. B. S. Moses Kumar is an accomplished author and a historian. A triple Graduate with studies in Arts, Divinity and Education, he also holds double Masters in Arts and Theology. Having served in various ecclesiastical responsibilities for four decades, he is involved in Curriculum Development, Training and Writing. He has visited many countries like U.K., Israel, Italy, U.S.A., Canada, Australia, U.A.E., Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Turkey and Egypt, and participated in many conferences and learning experiences. After his earlier work `Setting Stones' (LSR Publications, Franklin Springs, Georgia in 2006), his Doctoral Research on `The Religious Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins: A Theological Perspective' was published by ISPCK, Delhi, in 2009. Currently he is working on `Incarnation of the Gospel in Indian Culture With Reference to the Art and Poetry of Pulidindi Solomon Raj' for his Ph.D. in Theology with SHUATS, Allahabad.

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