Book Review: “The Fragrance of Death”: Discovering and Recovering Tagore through Translations

By Sanghita Sanyal
Sanjukta Dasgupta’s translations are like a magic-touch that makes Tagore’s personal contexts of loss and deep, microscopic observations of a (Bengali) woman’s quality of life in a nineteenth century (Bengali) household is directly out on paper, in ironic terms, understandable and relatable for a wider range of audience.