|No of pages||102|
|Book Publisher||Penguin India|
|Published Date||21 Mar 2005|
Author : Anurag Mathur9 Books
Anurag Mathur was born in Delhi and educated at Scandia School, Gwalior, St. Stephen’s College, Delhi and the University of Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA.
He is a journalist in the print and electronic media and loves music, eating out and tennis—besides reading, of course.
His published books include the best-selling novels The Inscrutable Americans and Scenes from an Executive Life.
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In A Life Lived Later: Poems, his first collection of verse, Anurag Mathur, best-selling author of The Inscrutable Americans and Making the Minister Smile, looks back on varied life experiences. From a loving portrait of a grandfather and fleeting childhood reminiscences of cricket on a turning track, to youthful passions and sad farewells, he weaves his words around themes that are intensely personal, yet universal.
Even as he writes of belonging and identity, of lost loves, the agony of talent, and the road not taken, his verse evokes memories of languid walks through the streets of my youth and glorious sunsets, painted by some unbelievably talented God. Deeply felt and passionate, imbued with nostalgic yearning, these poems resonate in our minds long after we have read them.