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Marathi Poetry during Indian National Movement
Marathi Poetry during Indian National Movement saw a number of different trends being followed by the different poets. Apart from the usual Romantic and Reformist trends, there was seen in the poems a sharp awareness of the changing times and the contradictions emerging in an industrial-cum-traditional society.
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