Author's Name: Manjil Manu
Poet, lyricist, editor and translator. An M.A. from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He has a collection of widely acclaimed verses to his credit noted for poetically charged lines, metaphor and style. He has four other published books of poems of some leading Nepali poets he translated into English. He is one of the finest poets in present-day Nepal. He is the founding member and present chairman of Literary Communication Academy and founding president of Writers' Circle. He is a man of letters active for the good cause of poetry. He has participated in several international literary events including SAARC festival of poetry in Orissa in 2008 and in the 29th SAARC writer's conference in Agra last year.
Lamppost baat Khaseko Joon, by Manu Manjil is an anthology of poems that has been successful to establish him as an ambitious and influential poet of modern times. The poems in the book are filled with wit, intellectual tide, explosive awareness which, in spite of being free verse, is combined with the melody and tune. The poems are filled with metaphors, similes and other rhetoric that creates analogy and makes the vivid contrast between familiar things with those that are less familiar along with the depiction of realities found in contemporary Nepali society.
- Publisher's Name: Fineprint Inc
- Publish Year: 2011
- Subject: Nepali Books,Nepali Poetry/Drama
- Binding: Paperback
- Language: Nepali
- Pages: 111
- ISBN: 9789937856331
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