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The relevance of being `little' [India]:
ONE more issue of Chandrabhaga, the biannual literary journal edited by Jayanta Mahapatra, and subtitled "A Selection of Indian Writing", reaches our hands. The 11th issue in the new series. The content is exactly what one expects from the stable, though, it shouldn't stop one from turning the pages, because, for a literary buff, a journal like this is not just a periodical attempt at compiling poems, essays and short stories. It reminds one of the meaningful cultural practice of the modernist period, in which, it seemed, in each writer there was an Isaac Bashevis Singer character who gives himself over to running a "Little Magazine". Hence, in India and elsewhere in the world, the period of modernism witnessed, together with the emergence of pioneering writers and poets, the appearance and disappearance of a number of publications called the "little magazines", which were the real movers of the creative momentum of the avant-garde. [...]
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