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Thanks to them too. The novel won for him the Sahitya Akademi Award posthumously in , it has for its backdrop the freedom struggle and deals with social reforms and politics. It was serialised in Ananda Vikatan, and it was also being made into a movie at the same time. The movie got banned by the British Government on the grounds that it indirectly aroused the people to fight for freedom.
Feb 08, Arun rated it it was amazing.
It took more days to finish. Apr 08, Krishanthy rated it liked it Shelves: His devotion towards Gandhi is shown through many characters created with usual Kalki touch. September 29, at Janakiraman Kannadasan M. But his uncle, Marappa Bhupathi, betrays him and Vikraman is arrested and deported to a far off island by Narasimhavarman.
Luckily, i read this before Ponniyin selvan PS. The E-mail message field is required.
Alai osai novel and try again. I have never read a full fledged Tamil book before; my reading of the language was limited to reading those bit-jokes in Ananda Vikatan.
Subramaniam Alai osai novel Sundaram V. Thenalai osai novel friend, these problems wont exist. His Ponniyin Selvan introduced the grandiose empire of the Cholas - though it appears somewhat exaggerated when I read it now.
Nevertheless it was a need of the time Kumarabharathy, New Zealand "Kalki may be regarded as a pioneer in the field of historical novels in Thamizh literature.
With his inimitable descriptive style reminiscent of the English author, Walter Scott, Kalki had a tremendous capacity to take the readers back into the point and time in history when the story is supposed to have taken place Krishnamurti " Serialised in the magazine founded and named after him, the novel had been praised all over for its authenticity, descriptive power, emotional appeal and characterisation Krishnamurthi , popularly known as Kalki, is the author of thirty-five volumes of short stories, novels, essays, travelogues, and biographies.
Though his eminent scholarship was found expressed in all types of literature still he is recognized and appreciated more as a writer of social and historical novels. Novel as a new literary genre in Tamil had its beginning in the later part of the 19th century and there were a few works of originality and high quality in that century.
But the dawn of the twentieth century witnessed only poor imitations of Western detective fiction. It was an era of translated and adapted novels first from Bengali and then from English and Marathi. The flowers that blossomed were of foreign origin and did not display the colour and fragrance of this soil.
The novels of J.
Reynolds rambled in the garb of this country and their influence was so great that even a scholar like Maraimalai Adigal had adapted a story of Reynolds for his Kumudavalli or Naganttrasi. With the appearance of Kalki in the literary scene Tamil novels had entered another era. His first novel Kalvanin Katali, when serialized in Ananta Vikatan, stole the hearts of the readers by its features of realism and description.
It echoed the vox populi of this country and blazoned the colour and quality of this soil. These qualities raised the standard of the Tamil novel and increased the number of novel readers with literary taste.
Three reasons can be cited for the phenomenal success of Kalki's novels. First of all, he possessed in abundance the gift of story-telling. Secondly, he introduced healthy humour in his writings. And lastly, he threw light upon the cultural and social aspects of this country as well as the current time.
With something of the burning patriotic fervour too of the humour of Dickens and the gift of portraiture of a Thackeray Kalki spread out his novels in impressive sequence. So they had both the advantages and disadvantages of serialization. Kalki and Historical Novels In a broad sense, novels may be classified into historical and social novels. Historical novels deal with the society of the past while social novels, with that of the present. As Brander Mathews says, "a tale of the past is not necessarily a true historical novel: it is a true historical novel only when the historical events are woven into a texture of the story.
It should only state what can be proved from history, though it might also state what cannot be disproved by history.
With his super-abundance of imagination he can only create a few causes for the events and raise emotions with the literature of the period, inscriptions and other sources. He has also the freedom to create a few non-historical characters, but they should not in any way affect the historical facts.
So, the result of the process of history becoming art with the literary and non-literary sources of the age, is a historical novel. Fact and fiction intermingle here and the successful outcome lies in dramatization of historical events.
As Ernest E. Leisy says in his work, The American Historical Novel, the historical novel offers instruction in patriotism 6 and it "is an excellent introduction to history, biography, and travel.
It is an enrichment of our experience, an enlargement of our interests.
We feel at one with all that has happened. It is true that the Tamil novel had its evolution with Vedanayakam Pillai 's Prathapamudaliar Charitram in , but the historical novel started only with Kalki's Parthiban Kanavu which appeared on the 16th of October , Kalki number and ended on the 10th February The success of this novel made him write two or more novels Sivakamiyin Sabadam and Ponniyin Selvan.
Kalki loved his country, her scenery and her people and this love widened his imagination of the past. The social set up under the great Cholas and Pallavas made him admire the past and in his attempt to glorify and glamorize it, he began to write historial novels.
His power of giving life to historical movements and characters helped him to erect these remarkable literary monuments. He mingled history with imagination and painted it with the touch of emotion too. There are two more reasons for the rise of historical novels during this period. They are the urge to free the country from foreign bondage and the literary revival.