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February 21, 2013

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Thanks for this excellent post, Catherine. I met Sudeep when I visited India back in 1992 and gained an initial acquaintance with his poems and those of some of his contemporaries. I met Rukmini Bhaya Nair on the same trip. It would be great if, in addition to the interview with Sudeep planned for tomorrow, we could post one of his poems and one of Rukmini's.

Sen reads one of his poems in the post tomorrow. I will add it in print too. Good idea.
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