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Takir Hossain
Takir is the editor of the Art and Culture Department of The Daily Observer. His keen interests are on art and literature. As an art critic, his criticisms have been incorporated in many reputed artists’ books, brochures, national and international art journals as well as many other varied forms of creative publication. He has also graced the position of a jury member in a number of art competitions and carnivals. In his vibrant career he has covered several international exhibitions held in different countries across Europe and Asia. The writer can be reached at [email protected]




Concluding Part
Takir Hossain
Christopher Okemwa’s journey through the epic monologueRaila Odinga, who is still living, has won Kenyan elections twice, in 2013 & 2017, but has been denied the presidency. Like Sheikh Mujib who won the first democratic election in 1970, Raila won presidential election in 2013 and 2017, but in both cases was denied to form the government, just as Sheikh Mujib could ...
Part-1
Takir Hossain
Christopher Okemwa’s journey through the epic monologueChristopher Okemwa is an internationally reputed Kenyan poet, theatre academic and director. He teaches theatre and literature at Kisii University in Kenya. He holds a PhD in performance poetry from Moi University, Kenya. He is the director at the Kistrech Theatre International. He is the founder and current director of Kistrech International Poetry Festival in ...
Poets from the 60s
Takir Hossain
Mahadev Saha, Sikdar Aminul and Rafiq AzadPoetry plays a significant role in shaping the literary landscape of a nation. Bangladeshi poetry has a significant presence in the history of Bangladeshi literature and the 1960s, in particular, was a landmark for Bengali poetry. During that period, many poets started their voyages through new trends and novel approaches. Over the last few decades, ...
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