Dr. Rupendra Guha Majumdar retired as Associate Professor, Department of English, Delhi University in 2016. A Visiting Fulbright Fellow in the English Department at Yale University (1981-82 and 1992-93) and Scholar-in-Residence in Suffolk University, Boston (2014-15), his book, Central Man: The Paradox of Heroism in Modern American Drama, was published by Peter Lang (Brussels) in 2003. He has published four books of poetry in English between 1971 and 1990 (Blunderbuss, Apu’s Initiation, Tomcat, The Hiroshima Clock); he has contributed articles to the Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama, (2007), and to several anthologies and journals in India and abroad; he has translated Rabindranath Tagore’s play, Roktokorobi (Red Oleanders) into English for The Essential Tagore (Harvard University Press,2011). His other active interests include painting, sculpting, photography, Indian folk music (especially East Bengali, Goalporiya and Rajasthani), theatre, architecture and traveling. While hailing from Bengal, he has been living in the city of Delhi over the last four decades since his MA days.