Gitanjali remains to this day among the most popular books in modern India. What explains either the book's (_1_) impact on its first reader in the West or its (_2_) popularity? Is not the highest excellence in art supposed to be (_3_) to wide currency? Is not a book of "religious" poems of a decidedly "idealistic"(_4_) not likely to find a favour with the masses? Yes, but Gitanjali is a glorious (_5_). For this book (_6_) those rare instances when the highest excellence in art resides in matter that is also the simplest and the most (_7_) human. Tagore's admirer Yeats, the Noble jury of 1913, and his readers across Europe were all (_8_) by this (_9_) greatness that was simple and (_10_) at the same time.
Answers:1.b2. d3. b4. c5. a6. e7. b8. d9. a10. c
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