Jayanta Mahapatra 22 October 1928 -

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Mahapatra writes as an outsider of loneliness, longings, the contrast between myth & reality and above all the impossibility of finding a resolution. There is a constant experimentation with language, it's plasticity. Above all, it is a poetry of inner spaces; where the often tortured landscape of Orrissa mirrors psychological states.There is a pregnancy of silence in his poems that approaches a greater reality often lost in the flux of life.
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