- How to produce a Nobel Prize winner in Literature
- I heartily recommend anthologies by the late Gopal Baratham which also include Malaysian elements in their stories. What then would it take for us to produce a Nobel Prize winner in Literature?
- Chasing the elusive literary prize
- It included brilliant writers such as the late neurosurgeon Gopal Baratham and lawyers Daren Shiau, ClaireTham and Simon Tay - but all concentrated on bread-and-butter careers over literary production. Writers from Japan's Haruki Murakami to poets Pang ...
- Writers Festival pays tribute to 'Singapore's DH Lawrence'
- Family, friends and lovers of the written word came together to celebrate Singapore literary pioneer Gopal Baratham (1935–2002) tonight.
- Rediscovering Singapore's literary pioneer
- Baratham, a neurosurgeon, started writing in the 1960s but most of his literary achievements came much later. In the mid-1960s, he started work on a novel titled Fuel In Vacant Lots, which he never finished.
- Best of Singapore literature - onscreen
- The four titles are Wee Li Lin's That Loving Feeling, which is based on Homecoming, by the late Gopal Baratham; Sanif Olek's Tin Kosong, based on the story of the same name by Muhammad Salihin Sulaiman; Don Aravind's At Your Doorstep, based on ...
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