The Calcutta Review

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University of Calcutta., 1965

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Contents

JULY
1
Psychological Interpretations of Tagores Gitanjali Continued
9
IndoNepalese Relations
35
Slavery in Bengal in the early Nineteenth Century
51
Meager Shapes Poeni
58
Macbeths lust for life
65
Ourselves
76
Notifications
147
Short History of Magic
118
Sounds and the Musical Symbol
125
Buddhism and the World Peace
131
Historical Basis of the Pandava Empire in the Mahabharata
141
61
152
Arnolds Critical Theory
157
As Men Have Pledged Poen
171
The Teaching of Philosophy 187
187

1
1
Some Aspects of Dynamics of Indian Democracy
24
A Note on the Obstructions to the Riverborne Trade along
53
The British Conservative Party and the Government
61
Make Love In Tenements
87
99
99
Implication of Nadi Stuti by Sindhukshit Praiyamedha Rishi 201
201
The Easeutial Keats 223
223
Sanskrit Sounds Unchanged in other Languages 229
229
Poem
265
146
266
Ourselves
267

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