Rama And Ravana At The Altar Of Hanuman: On Tamils, Tamil Literature &Amp; Tamil Culture

Just a word to say that even if all the material in this collection has already been made available to readers interested in the subject, here the various articles, essays, critiques, reviews, and interviews have been brought together in a new and refreshing format Typographical errors, the author hopes, have been put to rights and where necessary fresh amalgamations ofJust a word to say that even if all the material in this collection has already been made available to readers interested in the subject, here the various articles, essays, critiques, reviews, and interviews have been brought together in a new and refreshing format Typographical errors, the author hopes, have been put to rights and where necessary fresh amalgamations of disparate pieces on similar themes have been allowed to fuse together, and a rigorous layout has been affixed to old and varied presentations of these articles in variegated publications Some meaningful order, too, has been imposed by organizing material in separate sections In short, everything has been done to try to make reading easier Some published work on specifically Tamil topics has not been included in this volume, for, it occurred to the author, further research on the subject would have been necessary On the other hand, in an essay like The Exotic in Aesthetics , a certain amount of the discussion though seemingly alien to the subject matter of this publication leads by argument to the introduction of the treatment of Tamil proverbs and Tamil classical poetry The review on the re construction of Borobudur finds its place here for, at the time of its creation, Tamil know how and culture reigned in the Indonesian archipelago The author does not wish to lay claim to being a Tamil scholar or Tamilologist He is than aware that he has no genuine competence which could be diligently exercised in the vast and abundant field of Tamil studies De bon gr , he has produced these pieces by his own autodidactic effort and ventures to hope he might have shed some critical light on some Tamil topics, beliefs, and ways of life He feels however that the distinguishing feature introduced in this particular mode of academic publication is the section, Commentary via fiction or rather fictionalised comment Fiction as a receptacle for ideas and concepts in no way diminishes academic rigour if anything, it enhances receptivity, makes palatable what is normally dry and difficult Of one thing though he is certain As a Tamil, he cannot be discouraged from venturing further in the field of Tamil studies.
Rama And Ravana At The Altar Of Hanuman On Tamils Tamil Literature Tamil Culture Just a word to say that even if all the material in this collection has already been made available to readers interested in the subject here the various articles essays critiques reviews and int

  • Title: Rama And Ravana At The Altar Of Hanuman: On Tamils, Tamil Literature &Amp; Tamil Culture
  • Author: T. Wignesan
  • ISBN: 9788182531000
  • Page: 382
  • Format: None
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