Manmohan Ghose

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Manmohan Ghose (1869 – 4 January 1924) was an Indian poet and one of the first from India to write poetry in English.wikipedia
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He was a brother of Sri Aurobindo. The eldest was his brother, Benoybhusan Ghose, then Manmohan himself, then his brother Sri Aurobindo (the famous revolutionary and ascetic) followed by his only sister Sarojini, and last of all was another brother, Barindrakumar (usually referred to as Barin).
Aurobindo had two elder siblings, Benoybhusan and Manmohan, a younger sister, Sarojini, and a younger brother, Barindrakumar (also referred to as Barin).

Barindra Kumar Ghosh

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The eldest was his brother, Benoybhusan Ghose, then Manmohan himself, then his brother Sri Aurobindo (the famous revolutionary and ascetic) followed by his only sister Sarojini, and last of all was another brother, Barindrakumar (usually referred to as Barin).
His second elder brother, Manmohan Ghose, was a scholar of English literature, a poet and professor of English at Presidency College, Calcutta and at Dhaka University.

India

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Manmohan Ghose (1869 – 4 January 1924) was an Indian poet and one of the first from India to write poetry in English.

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Manmohan Ghose (1869 – 4 January 1924) was an Indian poet and one of the first from India to write poetry in English.

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Manmohan Ghose (1869 – 4 January 1924) was an Indian poet and one of the first from India to write poetry in English.

Bengalis

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His family was Bengali and upper caste Hindu, and were among the early adopters of English education.

Brahmo Samaj

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Their religion and culture had also been affected by westernization, and they had flirted briefly with the Brahmo Samaj. Formerly a member of the Brahmo Samaj religious reform movement, he had become enamoured with the then-new idea of evolution while pursuing medical studies in Britain.

Rangpur District

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Manmohan's father, Krishna Dhun Ghose, was a doctor in the government service, who served as Assistant Surgeon of Rangpur in Bengal.

Evolution

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Formerly a member of the Brahmo Samaj religious reform movement, he had become enamoured with the then-new idea of evolution while pursuing medical studies in Britain.

Rajnarayan Basu

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Manmohan's mother, Swarnalata Devi, was the daughter of Shri Rajnarayan Bose, a leading figure in the Brahmo Samaj.

Manchester Grammar School

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He was educated at Manchester Grammar School (1881–84), St Paul's school in London (1884–87) and won an open scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford.

London

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He was educated at Manchester Grammar School (1881–84), St Paul's school in London (1884–87) and won an open scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford.

Oxford

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He was educated at Manchester Grammar School (1881–84), St Paul's school in London (1884–87) and won an open scholarship to Christ Church, Oxford.

Laurence Binyon

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His work was published in Primavera:Poems by Four Authors (1890), with Laurence Binyon, Arthur S. Cripps, and

Arthur Shearly Cripps

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His work was published in Primavera:Poems by Four Authors (1890), with Laurence Binyon, Arthur S. Cripps, and

Oscar Wilde

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Ghose later met Oscar Wilde at the Fitzroy Street Settlement, who reviewed Primavera in Pall Mall Gazette, with particular favour towards Ghose.

Rhymers' Club

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During this time in London Ghose met many other members of the "Rhymers' Club" set such as Lionel Johnson, Ernest Dowson, who were both very fond of him.

Lionel Johnson

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During this time in London Ghose met many other members of the "Rhymers' Club" set such as Lionel Johnson, Ernest Dowson, who were both very fond of him.

Ernest Dowson

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During this time in London Ghose met many other members of the "Rhymers' Club" set such as Lionel Johnson, Ernest Dowson, who were both very fond of him.

Patna

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In 1893, after his father's death, Ghose returned to India and took a series of teaching posts at Patna, Bankipur, and Calcutta.

Kolkata

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In 1893, after his father's death, Ghose returned to India and took a series of teaching posts at Patna, Bankipur, and Calcutta.

England

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For 30 years Ghose had cherished the dream of returning to England and even booked a passage along with his daughter in March 1924, but after a short illness on 4 January 1924 he died in Calcutta.

Oxford Book of Modern Verse 1892–1935

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