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"Prison sharpened my appreciation of the inner life..."

Posted by Angela Jarman, 9th June 2010

In an article on Amarjit Chandan by Tom Mellen in The Morning Star [» read the full article], Chandan discusses his background and what made him a radical and a poet.

"Prison sharpened my appreciation of the inner life - the solitary life. This, combined with the loneliness I experienced in Britain - these two things made me a poet..."

The article features 'The Song Of The Bike' from Arc's Sonata For Four Hands -

'...While cycling
I take my country forward
While cycling
I sharpen my class consciousness...'