Yet another review of “My Glass of Wine.”
Hawakaal Publisher, Kolkata brings forward the second edition of My Glass of Wine penned by Kiriti Sengupta, the foreword and editing is effectively done by Don Martin.
This book is a classic example of hybrid literature, you may now question what is that? A cross genre or a hybrid genre is where a writer has the liberty to mix two or more elements of the art of writing. This particular book is a mixture of prose, poetry, personal musings, spiritual and philosophical reflections. This form is not new, the culture of weaving multiple themes and forms go back a long time in the history of literature. Perhaps the most famous example of such a form is William Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell (written around 1790), which had a blend of poetry, prose and engravings written in imitation of biblical prophecy but expressing Blake’s own intensely personal romantic and revolutionary beliefs.
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