Excerpts from: Far Reaches Of The Ocean: A Review of “Aazhi Soozh Ulagu” by Joe D’Cruz The Book Review, December … More
Tamil Novels – Critic’s Choice
[This is a translation of an article that was published by Jeyamohan in 2001 – Tamil Novelgal vimarsaganin sibaarisu (தமிழ் நாவல்கள் … More
A Review of Ashokamitran’s “Thanneer” – N Kalyan Raman
Excerpts from: In the Water’s light: Review of Ashokamitran’s “Thanneer”. 50 Writers, 50 Books, Editors: Pradeep Sebastian and Chandra Siddan, Pages 103-110, Harper … More
A Review of Sundara Ramasamy’s “Tamarind History” – N Kalyan Raman
Excerpts from: Living and Dying: Review of Sundara Ramasamy‘s “Tamarind History” (Oru Puliamaratthin Kathai). The Book Review, August 2014. Volume XXXVIII, Number 8, Page … More
A Man, A Home, and a World
A Man, A Home, and a World – by Bairaggi There is a characteristic passage in Jayakanthan’s Oru Manithan Oru … More
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Anjalai – Kanmani Gunasekaran – Novel Review
Kanmani Gunasekaharan unfolds the life as observed by him. The characters speak the language of their day to day discourse. The depth of experience is not to be seen in the author’s narrative and interpretation.