Phire Esho, Chaka
Book cover of Phire Esho, Chaka
|Series||Romantic, satirical and autobiographical poems|
Phire Esho, Chaka (Come back wheel) is a Bengali poetry book written by Binoy Majumdar. The book was published in 1961 and then republished in 1962 under the title Phire Esho, chaka. This book was a collection of romantic poems written for Majumdar's contemporary Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak.[self-published source][better source needed] The book was also dedicated to Gayatri Chakravorty. The word "Chaka" which means "Chakra" is Sanskrit, was a part of Gayatri Chakravorty's surname!
This book is considered as the most famous book of Majumdar, the book was written in format of a diary. Majumdar used dates as poem titles such as, 8 March 1960, 27 June 1961, 1 July 1961 etc.
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