Ever since he published his first book of poems, A Guarded Space in 1981, the trajectory of Manohar Shettys poetry has gradually shifted from the intensely personal to embrace and encapsulate a wider and increasingly fractious world. Using dovetailing internal rhythms and his trademark offbeat metaphors, Shetty, in this his seventh book of verse, interweaves a hard-won lightness of touch with sardonic humor and cutting irony to expose the scars of an iniquitous society, emerging, in the process, as a quiet but distinctive and resilient voice in contemporary English verse in India. This is a book to be savoured and treasured.
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