Shelley denounced religion in its conventional sense as the source of the miseries of mankind, but he did believe in a religion of his own, and this was love. Love was, for him, a faith and a philosophy. In almost all his major poems love emerges as the ideal which is worth being cherished and which provides a solution to the problems which are faced by the individual and the society. What does Shelley mean by love? What is it that he seeks to convey when he talks of theglorious beams with which love fills the heart of the individual and also the society In the present book Sarita Singh makes an attempt to answer these and other questions with a view to discover what Shelley actually meant when he talked of love as the maker of a new individual and a new society. A significant contribution to Shelleys studies, the book will be warmely welomed by all students of English Poetry.
Dr. (Mrs.) Sarita Singh (b. 1959) passed her M.A. and Ph.D. examinations from M.A. and Ph.D. examinations from his University of Magadh, Body-Gaya. A lecturer in English since 1981, she is also a creative writer in both English and Hindi. She was published over a dozen short stories and her novel in Hindu is in the press.
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