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  • சுந்தர ராமசாமி [Sundara Ramasamy]
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  • 22 June 2020
  • 9788190467339

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சுந்தர ராமசாமி [Sundara Ramasamy] ´ 6 Download Characters ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ சுந்தர ராமசாமி [Sundara Ramasamy] Free download ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை Amazing Book, ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை By சு?. It is always an extreme pleasure when you suddenly discover a book that isi Indian novelii Originally written in a regional language Tamiliii Translated and published as Penguin Modern Classiciv Considered one of the masterpieces of Tamil Literature and therefore of Indian literature and still almost no review in GoodreadsThis is a wonderful novel I don t remember the last time I read something so purely Indian simple and yet deeply moving Though it seems the central character is Damodar Asan only few parts of the novel actually try to focus on him The side characters are drawn beautifully and seemed neat and still I never felt I need to know about Asan something very very rare in literature Next is though on surface it seems simple it is highly structured with one story trails off to another one and after going through few dense chapters an old character suddenly reappears I never could imagine that using only a tamarind tree one can cover such turmoil such transformations such myths and emotions It is simply mind blowing I felt the loss of the tree at the end is painful than the loss of a person s life The tamarind tree in a way symbolizes the city s life its culture and everything Its transformation is parallel to the city livesAt places it s uproariously funny at others it can move you to tears and at many places it is highly philosophical And throughout the complete novel it depicts natural lives at its purest most cruel and honest form I m still at awe to see all of these have been achieved within merely 210 pagesPS I have ordered all the translated work of Sundara Ramaswamy available by now Maria dos Canos Serrados using only a tamarind tree one can cover such turmoil such transformations such myths and emotions It is simply mind blowing I felt the loss of the tree at the end is painful than the loss of a person s life The tamarind tree in a way symbolizes the city s life its culture and everything Its transformation is parallel to the city livesAt places it s Inside the Titanic A Giant Cut away Book Giant Cutaway Book uproariously funny at others it can move you to tears and at many places it is highly philosophical And throughout the complete novel it depicts natural lives at its purest most cruel and honest form I m still at awe to see all of these have been achieved within merely 210 pagesPS I have ordered all the translated work of Sundara Ramaswamy available by now