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Poems of Extreme Love by Raman Mullippallam
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Poems of Extreme Love

by Raman Mullippallam

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The theme is a running vein all through the thirty-two poems, advocating international integration that breaks nationalism and calls it unwanted feeling for humanity. Globalization has not done away with national politics backed by power centers, which in turn is backed by money muscle. Vested interest lobbies use globalization only for economic supremacy of certain power groups, whereas in reality, there is economic cannibalism. This has been highlighted in the poems. Harsh reality is mirrored through poems, a medium soft in form but strong in its attack on social injustice.

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