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21 Feb

Matsyaganddhi: M Sujatha

“M.Sujatha’s “Matsyaganddhi” is delightful monodrama which focuses on the lives of the fisherwomen in coastal Kerala. She speaks about many of the concerns of her community. Globalization has really changed their life. She presents very moving and very familiar scenes to depict her concern. The fisherwomen are victims of exploitation.The drama has in it sublime mo

21 Feb

The Trick

“The Trick is the adaptation of “The Shadow of the Glen” by Synge. A musician knocks at a house for shelter and finds Kamuli, the lady of the house beside the corpse of her husband Kalekezi. It is a rectangular hut .Kamuli receives the musician. He sees the dead man but says that the dead man looks queer. She tells him that she was not to touch the dead body for fear of

19 Feb

Arjun: Mahasweta Devi (Critical Analysis)

The Leafy Sentinel Mahasweta Devi’s “Arjun” relays the story of Ketu Shabar, a good-for-nothing drunkard who turns the saviour for his tribe. The story is an impassioned rendering that highlights the insensitivity of modern man towards forests and tribals. It portrays, successfully, the role that a tree plays in the life of the tribesmen. The story revolves around

21 Jan

On Alien Soil by Sundara Ramaswamy

  On Alien Soil by Sundara Ramaswamy 1. The narrator goes to Bulawayo from Salisbury, 6000 miles away from India. When he reaches the station, he picks up his baggage and gets down. Then he hears a voice from behind: “Saar, are you not from Tamil Nadu?”. It is none other than the Tamilian porter Raju Naidoo. Thus the narrator comes across the Tamilian. 2. In

21 Jan

Dwaraka by Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar

Dwaraka by Vengayil Kunhiraman Nayanar 1.The story is set in Dwaraka. It is in the form of a dream. Sri Martin James tells the narrator that Dwaraka is beneath the place where there ship is currently anchored. Listening to Barrister Menon’s description about his voyages, the narrator had gradually slipped off into a deep slumber and in that sleep he finds himself in Dwaraka, des