Table of contents for The Bengal renaissance : identity and creativity from Rammohun Roy to Rabindranath Tagore / Subrata Dasgupta.

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Acknowledgements                                    vi
Prologue                                             1
1 Cognitive Identity and Creative Mentality-in
Colonial Bengal                                      4
2 An 'Orientalist' Cognitive Identity-and Its Subversion  21
3 Inventing a Monotheistic Movement  .                 39
4 Constructing a, Cross-Cultural Mentality             72
5 Writing for the People, Composing for a Nation      103
6 Creating a Scientific Consciousness, Refuting a
Western Belief                                     127
7 Perceiving the One in the Many                      170
8 Composing the Universal Song: Work-in-Progress      201
Epilogue: Architecture of a Cognitive Revolution   235
Bibliography                                       246

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Bengal (India) Intellectual life 18th century, Bengal (India) Intellectual life 19th century, Social evolution