Aru Dutt

Standard Name: Dutt, Aru


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Education Toru Dutt
TD and Aru were briefly enrolled at a boarding school in Nice where they studied French.
Rao, Raja, and Toru Dutt. “Aru and Toru”. Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan, Writers Workshop.
After moving to England they continued their studies and attended the Higher Lectures for Women series begun by Henry Sidgwick
Family and Intimate relationships Toru Dutt
Aru Dutt , TD 's older sister, was her closest companion. She composed poetry and was a talented illustrator.
Gosse, Edmund et al. “Introduction to Poems by Toru Dutt”. Hindu Literature, edited by Epiphanius Wilson, Colonial Press, pp. 425-33.
Family and Intimate relationships Toru Dutt
In 1874, shortly after their return to India, TD 's sister, Aru , died of consumption (or pulmonary tuberculosis).
Dutt, Toru. “Selected Poetry of Toru Dutt (1856-1877)”. University of Toronto Libraries. Representative Poetry Online (RPO), edited by Ian Lancashire.
Textual Features Toru Dutt
TD opens A Sheaf with a quotation from Schiller and a dedication to her mother . The translated poems (nearly all of which have accompanying critical notes) come from a range of French authors including...


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