The Sáhitya-darpaṇa Or Mirror of Composition of Viśvanátha: A Treatise on Poetical Criticism
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1994 - 444 sider
The Sahitya Darpana or` Mirror of Composition` is a renowned Sanskrit work on poetics by Visvanatha of early fourteenth century. It is divided into ten sections. The first section deals with the nature and definition of poetry. The second treats of various powers of a word. The third treats of sentiments. The fourth treats of the divisions of poetry. The present work is an english translation of the sanskrit original first published in 1875 by J.r. Ballantyne who commenced the translation but could go only as far as one quarter of the work and Paramada Dasa Mitra, completed the rest of it.
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The Declaration of the Nature of Poetry
The Declaration of the Nature of a Sentence
The Declaration of the Flavours the Moods
The Declaration of the Divisions of Poetry
The Establishment of the Function of Suggestion
The Declaration of a Poem to be Seen and Heard and a Poem Only to be Heard
The Declaration of Blemishes
The Declaration of Merits or Excellences
The Discrimination of Style IX
The Declaration of Ornaments
absence according action admitted Alliteration arising attain attribute bear beauty become beginning belonging beloved body called cause character COMMENTARY compared comparison composition condition connection consists conveyed defined Denotation described desire difference distinct divisions drama effect employed Erotic example Excellence Excitants exemplified existence expressed eyes face fair Fancy fault female figure Flavour founded four give hand heart held hence hero heroine implied Indication inference instance kinds king lady lord lotus lover matter meaning meant mentioned merit Metaphor mind moon nature object obtained occasion ornament Paronomasia perception person Poetical Poetry possessed present principal proper qualities question Ráma reason regard represented respect sense sentence sentiment separation Simile sometimes sorts speak speech spoken stanza style suggested termed TEXT thing thou tion understood varieties verses whilst woman word