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SethuAboobacker Kappad, Foreword by K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: LiFi Publicationss Pvt. Ltd., 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. In this collection of fifteen distinctly different stories, the author delves deep into the human psyche observing the myriad intricacies of human behaviour, enticing the readers with the unexpected excitements and fulfilments of prophesies long made and revelations freshly deciphered. The line between the real and unreal is very thin and much more than observing the outer periphery of human existence, Sethu explores the wondrous world of archetypes, dreams, fantasies and nightmares, shedding precious light on the enigmas of existence. Bookseller Inventory # LIFI-9789382536642

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Shubha Sarma, Foreword by K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: LiFi Publicationss Pvt. Ltd., 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. In her debut book Fly on the Wall and Other Stories, author and civil servant, Shubha Sarma examines different facets of life?s narrative with detachment, precision and compassion. The subjects range from up-market, urban settings to the depths of rural Odisha and areas of civil strife and deep social unrest. The narrative strings together anxious house-wives, over-imaginative teenagers and men and women in the sunset of their lives. There is Dipankar, yearning for Assam and returning to discover that he is a stranger in his own land and the beautiful Uma, mysteriously killed and awaiting justice; there is Arun craving parental affection and Shikha, defying social mores. They are people one encounters everyday on the bus, the metro and at times, the mirror. Each story is uniquely crafted with an ingenuous sense of structural balance. As a whole, this assortment of tales with a twist brings to life the realities and contradiction of India and makes it an enchanting collection of highly readable short stories. A compelling read, overflowing with acutely-observed, cleverly-plotted, artlessly-told stories that hold your attention from the first to the last, Fly on the Wall marks a remarkable debut by a gifted storyteller of undoubted promise. I look forward to more from her pen." --Dr. Shashi Tharoor This intriguing debut collection of short stories displays craft, discipline and narrative strength. " --Namita Gokhale". Bookseller Inventory # LIFI-9789382536406

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SethuAboobacker Kappad, Foreword by K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: LiFi Publicationss Pvt. Ltd., 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. In this collection of fifteen distinctly different stories, the author delves deep into the human psyche observing the myriad intricacies of human behaviour, enticing the readers with the unexpected excitements and fulfilments of prophesies long made and revelations freshly deciphered. The line between the real and unreal is very thin and much more than observing the outer periphery of human existence, Sethu explores the wondrous world of archetypes, dreams, fantasies and nightmares, shedding precious light on the enigmas of existence. Bookseller Inventory # LIFI-9789382536642

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. In India, every river is a source of myth. Legends surround them, lives get intertwined with their waves, even as fortunes rise and fall with their ebb and flow. Ganga, Yamuna, Sindhu, Saraswati, Brahmaputra, Sarayu, Mahanadi, Krishna, Kaveri, Periyar: name them, and you encounter gods, goddesses, princes, princesses, demons and fairies whose tales they invoke. Indeed, the river has meaning for everyone, whether our lives are directly dependent on one or not. This anthology of poems about the river from different parts of India, and in its myriad languages compiled by Professor K. Satchidanandan brings to life memories, stories and metaphors associated with rivers through the generations. Featuring the work of stalwarts such as Rabindranath Tagore, Iqbal, Dilip Chitre, Mamang Dai, J. P. Das, Keki N. Daruwalla, Ashok Vajpeyi and Padma Sachdev, among many others, with many of the poems presented here in the original language and script, apart from the translations in English, this unique volume is a collector?s treasure. Printed Pages: 178. Bookseller Inventory # 23963

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K. Satchidanandan

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K. Satchidanandan

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: Pencraft International, New Delhi, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Examines major aspects of Indian literature, re-evaluates authors like Saratchandra Chatterjee and Sarojini Naidu and critiques the texts of the Mahabharata, of the Bhakti movement and the contemporary fiction and poetry, among others. / K. Satchidanandan, eminent bilingual poet and critic, is a former Secretary of the Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi.Raises many questions and articulates them with clarity and force: Supportive evidences are presented in plenty with an astonishing range and variety--The Hindu. Bookseller Inventory # 263741

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Shubha Sarma, Foreword by K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: LiFi Publicationss Pvt. Ltd., 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. In her debut book Fly on the Wall and Other Stories, author and civil servant, Shubha Sarma examines different facets of lifeÆs narrative with detachment, precision and compassion. The subjects range from up-market, urban settings to the depths of rural Odisha and areas of civil strife and deep social unrest. The narrative strings together anxious house-wives, over-imaginative teenagers and men and women in the sunset of their lives. There is Dipankar, yearning for Assam and returning to discover that he is a stranger in his own land and the beautiful Uma, mysteriously killed and awaiting justice; there is Arun craving parental affection and Shikha, defying social mores. They are people one encounters everyday on the bus, the metro and at times, the mirror. Each story is uniquely crafted with an ingenuous sense of structural balance. As a whole, this assortment of tales with a twist brings to life the realities and contradiction of India and makes it an enchanting collection of highly readable short stories. A compelling read, overflowing with acutely-observed, cleverly-plotted, artlessly-told stories that hold your attention from the first to the last, Fly on the Wall marks a remarkable debut by a gifted storyteller of undoubted promise. I look forward to more from her pen." --Dr. Shashi Tharoor This intriguing debut collection of short stories displays craft, discipline and narrative strength. " --Namita Gokhale". Bookseller Inventory # LIFI-9789382536406

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. In India, every river is a source of myth. Legends surround them, lives get intertwined with their waves, even as fortunes rise and fall with their ebb and flow. Ganga, Yamuna, Sindhu, Saraswati, Brahmaputra, Sarayu, Mahanadi, Krishna, Kaveri, Periyar: name them, and you encounter gods, goddesses, princes, princesses, demons and fairies whose tales they invoke. Indeed, the river has meaning for everyone, whether our lives are directly dependent on one or not. This anthology of poems about the river from different parts of India, and in its myriad languages compiled by Professor K. Satchidanandan brings to life memories, stories and metaphors associated with rivers through the generations. Featuring the work of stalwarts such as Rabindranath Tagore, Iqbal, Dilip Chitre, Mamang Dai, J. P. Das, Keki N. Daruwalla, Ashok Vajpeyi and Padma Sachdev, among many others, with many of the poems presented here in the original language and script, apart from the translations in English, this unique volume is a collector’s treasure. Printed Pages: 178. Bookseller Inventory # 23963

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This collection showcases the new and landmark poems of one of India`s most prolific litterateurs. K. Satchidanandan`s oeuvre is marked by a keen awareness of his roots and an endearing intimacy with nature, for he grew up talking to cats and crows and trees, gods and spirits; the wind, rain and soil are his limbs, voice and soul. And yet, from this sensibility arise too poems which are global in their concerns and hide in their wake the many-layered realities of the ever-changing world around us. Printed Pages: 152. Bookseller Inventory # 39945

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Chandrika Balan (Author) & K. Satchidanandan (Intro.)

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan, New Delhi, India, 2014. Softcover. Book Condition: New. She is from a village. She is angry at her conservative mother. She is a flawed activist. She is being judged. She makes compromises. She cannot die, even if she wills it. She chooses to command. Her children want to do away with her. She looks for friendships online. She craves for fame. She musters the courage to pursue her lover. What binds her through all these is her strength; she is indomitable. Arya and Other Stories is a collection of twelve short stories by Chandrika Balan, known in the Malayalam literary world as Chandramati. Balan brings to the reader a glimpse into the world of the woman in a village where feminism has reached. Here men know what feminism is; women know they can be independent; and, children know that their mother is not a caring-bearing machine. Balan’s exploration is into the kind of questions a woman here goes through.Employing different writing styles—realism, magic realism and postmodernism—Balan weaves a sensitive fabric that is a study of the contemporary woman. Accompanied by K. Satchidanandan’s scholarly introduction that traces women’s writing tradition in Kerala, this collection of poignant and incisive short stories is bound to interest every reader of fiction and translation.Printed Pages: 144. Bookseller Inventory # 101883

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K. Satchidanandan

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Item Description: Cambridge University Press/ Yoda Press, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. In India, every river is a source of myth. Legends surround them, lives get intertwined with their waves, even as fortunes rise and fall with their ebb and flow. Ganga, Yamuna, Sindhu, Saraswati, Brahmaputra, Sarayu, Mahanadi, Krishna, Kaveri, Periyar: name them, and you encounter gods, goddesses, princes, princesses, demons and fairies whose tales they invoke. Indeed, the river has meaning for everyone, whether our lives are directly dependent on one or not. This anthology of poems about the river from different parts of India, and in its myriad languages compiled by Professor K. Satchidanandan brings to life memories, stories and metaphors associated with rivers through the generations. Featuring the work of stalwarts such as Rabindranath Tagore, Iqbal, Dilip Chitre, Mamang Dai, J. P. Das, Keki N. Daruwalla, Ashok Vajpeyi and Padma Sachdev, among many others, with many of the poems presented here in the original language and script, apart from the translations in English, this unique volume is a collector’s treasure. Printed Pages: 178. Bookseller Inventory # 23963

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This collection showcases the new and landmark poems of one of India`s most prolific litterateurs. K. Satchidanandan`s oeuvre is marked by a keen awareness of his roots and an endearing intimacy with nature, for he grew up talking to cats and crows and trees, gods and spirits; the wind, rain and soil are his limbs, voice and soul. And yet, from this sensibility arise too poems which are global in their concerns and hide in their wake the many-layered realities of the ever-changing world around us. Printed Pages: 152. Bookseller Inventory # 39945

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: Pencraft International, New Delhi, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. This volume problematizes and revaluates the major themes and concepts of Indian literature, followed by a close and searching scrutiny of a variety of Indian texts and authors. Spanning an astonishing range and gifted with a style that blends information with insight effortlessly, the author weaves an absorbing critical discourse in this study./ K. Satchida-nandan, former secretary of the Sahitya Akademi (National Academy of Letters, India), is an internationally recognized poet, critic, translator and editor. Bookseller Inventory # 263763

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Chandrika Balan (Aurhor) & K. Satchidanandan (Intro.)

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. She is from a village. She is angry at her conservative mother. She is a flawed activist. She is being judged. She makes compromises. She cannot die, even if she wills it. She chooses to command. Her children want to do away with her. She looks for friendships online. She craves for fame. She musters the courage to pursue her lover. What binds her through all these is her strength; she is indomitable. Arya and Other Stories is a collection of twelve short stories by Chandrika Balan, known in the Malayalam literary world as Chandramati. Balan brings to the reader a glimpse into the world of the woman in a village where feminism has reached. Here men know what feminism is; women know they can be independent; and, children know that their mother is not a caring-bearing machine. Balan?s exploration is into the kind of questions a woman here goes through. Employing different writing styles?realism, magic realism and postmodernism?Balan weaves a sensitive fabric that is a study of the contemporary woman. Accompanied by K. Satchidanandan?s scholarly introduction that traces women?s writing tradition in Kerala, this collection of poignant and incisive short stories is bound to interest every reader of fiction and translation. Table of Contents 1. Devigramam 2. Arya 3. Bonsai 4. The People?s Court 5. The (Postmodern) Story of Jyoti Viswanath 6. The Fifth One 7. An Optical Illusion 8. The Story of a Poem 9. A Companion for the Twilight Hour 10. Website 11. Sponsors Please 12. The Relevance of Graham Greene in the Life of a Bride Printed Pages: 144. Bookseller Inventory # 89773

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Item Description: Penguin Books India Ltd, 2016. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. India prides itself in a rich tradition of diversity, dialogue and debate. Our democracy draws its sustenance from this tradition. Myths, texts and systems of faith and thought have been cherished, revisited and also challenged. They have often inspired imaginative versions through oral retellings and local adaptations. The dynamism of Indian culture has kept it open to influences and has stood the test of time. In Words Matter, edited by eminent poet and scholar K. Satchidanandan, scholars and writers including Romila Thapar, Githa Hariharan, Pankaj Mishra, Salil Tripathi and Ananya Vajpeyi discuss these definitive values from various points of view. The contributors argue that we must nurture critical thinking to fight all kinds of discrimination and insularity. It lies in our interest as a modern nation to preserve our cultural strength and help democracy flourish. Printed Pages: 272. Bookseller Inventory # 105774

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Chandrika Balan (Aurhor) & K. Satchidanandan (Intro.)

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. She is from a village. She is angry at her conservative mother. She is a flawed activist. She is being judged. She makes compromises. She cannot die, even if she wills it. She chooses to command. Her children want to do away with her. She looks for friendships online. She craves for fame. She musters the courage to pursue her lover. What binds her through all these is her strength; she is indomitable. Arya and Other Stories is a collection of twelve short stories by Chandrika Balan, known in the Malayalam literary world as Chandramati. Balan brings to the reader a glimpse into the world of the woman in a village where feminism has reached. Here men know what feminism is; women know they can be independent; and, children know that their mother is not a caring-bearing machine. Balan’s exploration is into the kind of questions a woman here goes through. Employing different writing stylesâ€"realism, magic realism and postmodernismâ€"Balan weaves a sensitive fabric that is a study of the contemporary woman. Accompanied by K. Satchidanandan’s scholarly introduction that traces women’s writing tradition in Kerala, this collection of poignant and incisive short stories is bound to interest every reader of fiction and translation. Table of Contents 1. Devigramam 2. Arya 3. Bonsai 4. The People’s Court 5. The (Postmodern) Story of Jyoti Viswanath 6. The Fifth One 7. An Optical Illusion 8. The Story of a Poem 9. A Companion for the Twilight Hour 10. Website 11. Sponsors Please 12. The Relevance of Graham Greene in the Life of a Bride Printed Pages: 144. Bookseller Inventory # 89773

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K. Satchidanandan (Ed.)

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Item Description: Penguin Books India Ltd, 2016. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. India prides itself in a rich tradition of diversity, dialogue and debate. Our democracy draws its sustenance from this tradition. Myths, texts and systems of faith and thought have been cherished, revisited and also challenged. They have often inspired imaginative versions through oral retellings and local adaptations. The dynamism of Indian culture has kept it open to influences and has stood the test of time. In Words Matter, edited by eminent poet and scholar K. Satchidanandan, scholars and writers including Romila Thapar, Githa Hariharan, Pankaj Mishra, Salil Tripathi and Ananya Vajpeyi discuss these definitive values from various points of view. The contributors argue that we must nurture critical thinking to fight all kinds of discrimination and insularity. It lies in our interest as a modern nation to preserve our cultural strength and help democracy flourish. Printed Pages: 272. Bookseller Inventory # 105774

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K Satchidanandan, Annakutty V Findeis

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Item Description: Draupadi Verlag 2006-09-17, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # NU-LBR-01563874

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2011. Softcover. Book Condition: New. This collection showcases the new and landmark poems of one of India`s most prolific litterateurs. K. Satchidanandan`s oeuvre is marked by a keen awareness of his roots and an endearing intimacy with nature, for he grew up talking to cats and crows and trees, gods and spirits; the wind, rain and soil are his limbs, voice and soul. And yet, from this sensibility arise too poems which are global in their concerns and hide in their wake the many-layered realities of the ever-changing world around us. Printed Pages: 152. Bookseller Inventory # 39945

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K. Satchidanandan

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Item Description: Rajkamal Prakashan, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Printed Pages: 115. Bookseller Inventory # RP-9788126701858

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K. Satchidanandan

Published by Rajkamal Prakashan (2001)

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K.SATCHIDANANDAN

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Chandrika Balan (Aurhor) & K. Satchidanandan (Intro.)

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Item Description: Orient BlackSwan Pvt. Ltd, 2014. Softcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. She is from a village. She is angry at her conservative mother. She is a flawed activist. She is being judged. She makes compromises. She cannot die, even if she wills it. She chooses to command. Her children want to do away with her. She looks for friendships online. She craves for fame. She musters the courage to pursue her lover. What binds her through all these is her strength; she is indomitable. Arya and Other Stories is a collection of twelve short stories by Chandrika Balan, known in the Malayalam literary world as Chandramati. Balan brings to the reader a glimpse into the world of the woman in a village where feminism has reached. Here men know what feminism is; women know they can be independent; and, children know that their mother is not a caring-bearing machine. Balan’s exploration is into the kind of questions a woman here goes through. Employing different writing stylesâ€"realism, magic realism and postmodernismâ€"Balan weaves a sensitive fabric that is a study of the contemporary woman. Accompanied by K. Satchidanandan’s scholarly introduction that traces women’s writing tradition in Kerala, this collection of poignant and incisive short stories is bound to interest every reader of fiction and translation. Table of Contents 1. Devigramam 2. Arya 3. Bonsai 4. The People’s Court 5. The (Postmodern) Story of Jyoti Viswanath 6. The Fifth One 7. An Optical Illusion 8. The Story of a Poem 9. A Companion for the Twilight Hour 10. Website 11. Sponsors Please 12. The Relevance of Graham Greene in the Life of a Bride Printed Pages: 144. Bookseller Inventory # 89773

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