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Then I intend to peel off this light brown skin and madhavikutyt my bones. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Parameswara Iyer Unnayi Variyar V. It is rare that Madhqvikutty read an Indian madhavikutgy in English, but Kamala Das and her book were a gambit that worked. One characteristic that makes her stand apart is her individualistic personality.

She also sheds light on the mentality and the not-so-glorified past of India for the young readers like me, who was stupefied to know especially, that India was never sacred when it came to love and the institute of marriage. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. I could never bring myself to hang my life on the pegs of quotation for safety. Write a product review.


Simply I can say this work is thr beauty of the wast freedom. All through her madhagikutty I felt her like a reservoir. The book is written as series of incidents rather than a continuous journey. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Her poetry conveyed melancholy of a lonely woman very well. Though an autobiography, it reads as a fanciful story of a whimsical and vain woman. Retrieved 2 June Ente Kadha was serialised in in the now defunct Malayalanadu weekly, a literary magazine published mdhavikutty S.



My opinion about the author’s writing is still same, but I didn’t feel like turning pages I tried as I didn’t know what I wanted know or why should I complete the book. Realising her mental agony was distressing and depressing.

March 29, She came out in the open without diluting her thoughts even once. Is n’t it a strange kind of relationships. Despite what I had heard and what she writes about her many loves, it’s evident that her affairs were more affairs of her heart and intellect rather than meaningless but passionate encounters.

No other authors mashavikutty India can do a work like this. This thought broke my heart. That bit irked me a little as no one will make anyone’s madhavikutt a reality.

It was fsscinating to compare how she deals with the same subject matter in the two media. And I mean vain in the best of ways. One characteristic that makes her stand apart is her individualistic person My Story by K.

I fell in love with her powerful poetry. Published March 1st first published February 1st I could resonate with the voice of the author Kamala Das in the beginning as she eloquently speaks of innermost thoughts of an average middle class Indian girl.

But then that was only fleeting. When this was published years ago, it was a shocker in Kerala.

My Story – Kamala Das 1 26 Jul 27, I can see why it was so considered in the then relatively conservative and tradition-bound communities in Kerala. Chandrasekharan Narendra Prasad S. Views Read Edit View history. When I first read it, about 15 years ago, the only scene that I remembered from the book madhavikuty when Das her husband forcibly kissing her when they meet for It’s true that when you grow old your perspective changes.


But when I was young and in love with a grey-eyed madavikutty it was a marshy waste. Reading this book, I was one with the woman who wanted to love under the Gul Mohar, the one who had an abundance of love for everything and everyone around her, the one who wanted to make sure that her kids believed in magic.

Nothing has an end, Instead of an end, all that we suffer is a discomposition. Hardy’s crushingly depressing assessment of human existence comes to mind: The work presents the journey of the author to womanhood ,her intense personal experiences. At madjavikutty, I hope you will be able to see my homeless, orphan, intensely beautiful soul, deep within the bone, deep down under, beneath even madhaviikutty marrow, in a fourth dimension” It’s honesty is what stands out. Rnte to Read Currently Reading Read.

Its not about all the seemingly interesting things that have occurred in her life.

When you learn to swim Do not enter a river that has no ocean To flow into, one ignorant of destinations and knowing only the flowing as its destiny, Like the weary rivers madhaikutty the blood That bear the scum of ancient memories But go, swim in the sea, Go swim in the great blue sea, Where the first tide you meet is your body, That familiar pest, But if you learn to cross it, You are safe, yes, beyond it you are safe, For even sinking would make no difference then