Jayakanthan Short Stories
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- 存％症 10 頃攜 勾 10 Short Stories of Jeyakanthan - Project Madurai
- Short stories of Jeyakanthan included in this etext release: 垳 朔匠 (appeared in thinnai on aug 6, 2000). 帖笑 頴? (appeared in Thinnai Aug 20, 2000 ).
- new voices and spaces in ambai's short stories1 - Universidad de ...
- short-story writers in Tamil, makes use of that mimesis to strategically compel ... Ambai's short stories are embedded with the plurality of narrative voices, the use ...
- chapter 2 life and works of jayakanthan - Shodhganga
- He wrote more than 200 short stories, 40 novels ... Jaya anthanss short stories became a regular feature of the ... JAYAKANTHAN AND TAMIL LITERATURE.
- This is only the beginning part of the article ... - Language in India
- Jan 1, 2009 works of Jayakanthan in Tamil fiction are a few examples to suggest ... In all his works, short stories and novels, marriage is a prominent plot.
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- Jayakanthan's stories as they first appeared
- Popular Tamil writer Jayakanthan, winner of both Sahitya Akademi and Jnanapith award, is again on the spotlight.
- Jayakanthan ~ Icon of Tamil Literature
- The idols in Jayakanthan's novels and short stories are not sophisticated and classy, but they are downgraded people such as rickshaw-pullers, prostitutes and cooly workers.
- Changing cities
- PRAPANCHAN is the pseudonym of writer Sarangapani Vaithilingam. His first collection of short stories in Tamil was released in 1961. Since then, he has been a prolific writer with 250 short stories, 14 Kurunavalgal, 10 novels and 300 essays to his credit.
- Ordinary people, remarkable stories
- And that's why my all time favourite hero is Jayakanthan's beggar, in the story Naan Irukkiraen. The beggar's body has been ravaged by Hansen's disease. He has no companion except his thoughts, and yet what happy thoughts they are!
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