PG Rama Rao- The Dot on the Line: Book Review – By Leonard Dabydeen

“Whole life is a search for beauty. But, when the beauty is found inside, the search ends and a beautiful journey begins.”
Harshit Walia :

This book, The Dot and the Line is an intensely euphoric and aesthetic collection of 57 poems in a paquet of 58 pages by Dr. P.G. Rama Rao. It is his sixth poetry anthology, since underscoring his retirement from the P.G. Department of English, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India in 1995.

He treasures a scintillating career as a teacher of English and American Literature. And this book implodes a rich, feisty outlook of his unequivocal creative impulse. It  is as if Rama Rao found that maxim of beauty deeply within himself, only to carry on by leaps and bounds in a philosophic enthrall under a banyan tree, while playing poetic innings as an octogenarian.

READ MORE: PG Rama Rao- The Dot on the Line. Book Review – By Leonard Dabydeen

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