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Shvoong Home>Books>Novels & Novellas>Oru Desathinte Kadha Review

Oru Desathinte Kadha

Book Review   by:deatheater13m     Original Author: s k pottakkad
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it is a story about the malayalee life and society at about the ages gone,The author has unbelievable accounts abut his life and experience in arural indian village this story unfolds the standard and moral indian life and make entensive probes on the human mind.authors espeacial accounts incidents truly grasp the minds of the readers 
Malayalam, the mother tongue of nearly thirty million Malayalis, ninety per cent of whom live in Kerala State in the south-west corner of India, belongs to the Dravidian family of languages. Like the speakers, the languages also has been receptive to influences from abroad and tolerant of elements added from outside. Malayalam literature too reflects this spirit of accommodation and has over the centuries developed a tradition which, even while rooted in the locality, is truly universal in taste. It is remarkably free from the provincialisms and parochial prejudices that have bedevilled the literature of certain other areas. To its basic Dravidian stock have been added elements borrowed or adopted from non-Dravidian literatures such as Sanskrit , Arabic, French, Portuguese and English . The earliest of these associations was inevitably with Tamil. Sanskrit, however, accounts for the largest of the "foreign" influences, followed closely in recent times by English. This broad based cosmopolitanism has indeed become a distinctive features of Malayalam literature(this speacific summary by ayyappa panicker)
Published: June 06, 2008   
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