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Fiction
Author: Subashree Krishnaswamy,K Srilata
ISBN: 0195692462
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 184 pages
Publisher Oxford University Press; 1 edition (December 19, 2007)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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eBook Short Fiction From South India: Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu with an Introduction by Mini Krishnan download

by Subashree Krishnaswamy,K Srilata


This book is a good starting point for those who want familiarize themselves with South Indian literature.

Kannada story by Veerabhadrappa is powerful. Nagaveni's story brings out the child's emotion. AK Ramanujan's story brings out the reality of the known and claims. This book is a good starting point for those who want familiarize themselves with South Indian literature. Because this book is aimed at serious students of literature, stories are very carefully chosen. In the end of each story in fact there is set of questionnaire to ponder o. ost stories are chosen from author's Sahitya Akademi Award winning collection.

Subashree Krishnaswamy (EDT), K. Srilata (EDT), Mini Krishnan (INT) Short Fiction From South India. ISBN10: 0-19-569246-2. Keywords: Short stories, Indic; India, South; Translations into English. Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. Price for Eshop: 418 Kč (€ 1. ).

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Автор: Krishnaswamy, Subashree; Srilata, K Название: Short Fiction from South . In this Very Short Introduction, Richard Bradford explores its origins and the features that define its varied style.

In this Very Short Introduction, Richard Bradford explores its origins and the features that define its varied style.

A text for students of literature, Short Fiction from South India brings together English translations of twelve short stories originally written in Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. While the introduction sketches the phenomenon and history of translation in the Indian context, the exercises at the end of each unit encourage students to concentrate on various elements that constitute a story†theme, imagery, vocabulary, and style

Translations of selected 20th centry Dravidian short stories into English.

Translations of selected 20th centry Dravidian short stories into English. Library descriptions.

Srilata (also known as Srilata Krishnan) is an Indian poet, fiction writer, translator and academic based in Chennai

Srilata (also known as Srilata Krishnan) is an Indian poet, fiction writer, translator and academic based in Chennai. Her poem, In Santa Cruz, Diagnosed Home Sick won the First Prize in the All India Poetry Competition (organized by the British Council and The Poetry Society (India)) in 1998. She has also been awarded the Unisun British Council Poetry Award (2007) and the Charles Wallace fellowship for a writing residency (2010)

Telugu 1 Tamil 1 Kannada 0 Malayalam . Telugu and Kannada don’t even come close if you take cinematography. Kannada has the lowest quality cinematographers without a doubt - The color scheme that they use and the way their films look is quite not okay.

Telugu 1 Tamil 1 Kannada 0 Malayalam 0. Quality of Directors. Telugu has the most number of directors who has the crowd pull and also are known to make different kind of movies - SS Rajamouli (VFX wonders), Koratala Siva (Social), Trivikram (Humor/Emotional), Sukumar (Emotional). Telugu is not far behind, very inane quality of cinematographers and extremely bad sense of shot making but fares much better in comparison to Kannada.

Автор: Krishnaswamy, Subashree; Srilata, K Название: Short Fiction from South India ISBN: 0195692462 ISBN-13 .

The exercises at the end of each story encourage students to take a close look at the elements that constitute a story: vocabulary, style, imagery, and theme.

This volume introduces students of literature to the rich literary traditions in short fiction from the four South Indian languages - Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. The translations re-introduce to students the pleasures of reading and show them ways of responding sensitively to a wide variety of Indian experiences as seen in the carefully chosen and multilayered texts. The exercises at the end of each story encourage students to take a close look at the elements that constitute a story: vocabulary, style, imagery, and theme. They also stimulate students to try their hand at the pleasurable acts of translation and creative writing. Each story is preceded by a brief profile of the author and also a page of the story in the original source language. Though the book is primarily targeted at undergraduate students of literature, especially Indian literature in English translation, it will also interest general readers.