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[KINDLE] ❀ The Recognition of Sakuntala A Play In Seven Acts Oxford World's Classics Author Kalidasa – Renegades-bempflingen.de KING Yes I shall release you SAKUNTALA When? KING When? When like a bee I kiss the bud of your unbruised lip And flood my thirsting mouth with nectar Kalidasa's play about the love of King Dusyanta anKING Yes I shall release you SAKUNTALA When? KING When? When like a bee I kiss the bud of your unbruised lip And flood my thirsting mouth with nectar Kalidasa's play about the love of King Dusyanta and Sakuntala a hermitage girl their separation by a curse and eventual reunion is the supreme work of Sanskrit drama by its greatest poet and playwright c4th century CE Overwhelmingly erotic in tone in peformance The Recognition of Sakuntala aimed to produce an experienc.

E of aesthetic rapture in the audience akin to certain types of mystical experience The pioneering English translation of Sakuntala in 1789 caused a sensation among European composers and writers including Goethe and it continues to be performed around the world This vibrant new verse translation includes the famous version of the story from the Mahabharata a poetic and dramatic text in its own right and a likely source for Kalidasa The introduction discusses the pl.

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