By Laetitia Zecchini
Zecchini uncovers how poets of Kolatkar's new release grew to become glossy Indian writers whereas tracing a lineage to medieval oral traditions. She considers how literary bilingualism allowed Kolatkar to blur the bounds among Marathi and English, 'Indian' and 'Western assets; how he used his outsider place to privilege the quotidian and minor and revived the spirit of well known devotion.
Graphic artist, poet and songwriter, storyteller of Bombay and global heritage, poet in Marathi, in English and in 'Americanese', non-committal and deeply political, Kolatkar made traces wobble and valuable impermanence. Steeped in global literature, in eu avant-garde poetry, American pop and people tradition, in a 'little journal' Bombay bohemia and a selected Marathi ethos, Kolatkar makes for a desirable topic to discover and clarify the tale of modernism in India.
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