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    [ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം] EBOOK/EPUB Free download ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം "Khasak", the fictional village in rural Palakkad in Kerala, is part of the mythology of a whole generation of Keralites. O. V. Vijayan has accomplished the writer's ultimate dream in this novel: the creation of characters who have live outside the narrow confines of the written page.Allapicha MollakkaNizam AliAppukkiliAnd many othersThey will live, as long as the Malayalam language is alive.PS: For those who can't read Malayalam, the book

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    [ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം] EBOOK/EPUB O.V. Vijayan ´ 6 Characters Free download ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം A book which is entirely food for thought. Honestly, the language style used in the book was a hard nut for me.A decade and some years that took to write this novel is very well spent, is what I should be saying.It sure shed

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    Characters ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ O.V. Vijayan O.V. Vijayan ´ 6 Characters Free download ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം Felt the compulsion to read this book being a Malayali and having heard a lot about it. It was immensely rewarding. Set in the fictional village of Khasak near Palakkad town in North Kerala, the protagonist Ravi walks into the picture looking to escape from a dark past. He sets up a one teacher school in the village ridden with superstitions and communal tensions. He meets with opposition from the religious leader Allappichamolla

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Characters ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ O.V. Vijayan

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Review Ù ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Amazing PDF Epub, ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസ?. The Legends of KhasakThe irrationalities of a sanguine age the horrors of war pogroms in the name of God caste language region and nation have been the popular themes in the works of Malayalam fiction writer and cartoonist OV VijayanSuch was the influence of his debut Malayalam novel Khaskinte Ithihaasam 1969 that it divided Malayalam literature into two halves the pre Khask era and the post Khasak one It has run into 50 reprints and is the most widely sold novel in South AsiaThe Legends of Khasak Vijayan s 1994 translation of the novel however lacks the sensibility of the Malayalam original and is also a reflection of how the writer has in the course of 25 years meandered through the ideologies of Marxism and spiritualism in search of a solution to the maniacal injustices of our timesRavi the young protagonist walks into the sweltering heat of Khasak at the very outset of the novel to run a single teacher school in the remote village The character now a literary legend was driven to a level of meditative spiritual uest after an illicit affair with his step mother He thus forsook a lucrative scholarship in Physics at Princeton for a detached life in an aashramRavi s drift from the academia to a cloister and later to Khasak from the guilt of a sin with a yogini imbibes the frailty of the human mind that is subdued by guilt and driven to a state of frenzy This remorse is a universal feature in colossal tragedies such as the story of Buddha who abandoned his palatial bungalow for the life of an ascetic Lady Macbeth who lost her sanity remorseful after her role in the regicide and even Othello who self annihilates having discovered the innocence of DesdemonaEven as he dissolves into the everyday life of the village folk Ravi is alienated in the hamlet that has yet to be exposed to the winds of modernism Allah Pitcha the moulavi of Khasak thus becomes his natural foe as the friar considers modern education which spreads the devil s sciences and Anglican ideas a baneThe novel is far beyond a rural narrative as the numerous characters each of a different genre and rarely appearing in than one chapter confers it the status of a classic There are Nizam Ali an orphan brought up by Allah Pitcha and the tailor Madhavan Nair both communists who come to Ravi s supportThe village beauty Maimuna married to Chukra Rawthar the retarded Appukkili brought up by many mothers from different religions possibly a symbolic representation of Vijayan s commitment to secularism the revered temple priest Kuttanadan Sivaraman Nair the hindu fundamentalist and Kuppu Achan the toddy taper are all well weaved into an elaborate network that directs the serious reader into a web of magic and mythKhasak is a multi religious community Along with Hinduism and Islam Vijayan has not missed the role of communism as an all pervasive ideology in Kerala s history His graphic representation of Nizam Ali s role in the founding of Koomankavu Beedi Worker s Union the first in the town and the subseuent confrontation with Attar who owned the factory followed by a strike and workers demonstration is a caricaturised version of Kerala s long history of proletarian agitationsThat Nizam Ali who was arrested and jailed later gave up the struggle when tortured in custody is perhaps influenced by Vijayan s own disillusionment with the left movement he had abandoned in the mid 1950sIn the Afterword to the novel absent in the Malayalam edition Vijayan confesses that he had intended Ravi to be a pilgrim revolutionary but the course of the work changed track after the killing of Imre Nagy in Hungary which blew the young writer s mind Reflecting on this he writes I thank providence because I missed writing the revolutionary novel by a hair s breadth Had I written it I would have merely made one boring entry in Marxism s futile repetitive bibliography OV Vijayan universalises his personal experiences throughout the novel Like the writer the protagonist too is an unceasing wanderer At the climax of the novel Ravi keeping his promise to his lover Padma decides to leave Khasak on a monsoon morning As he waits at Koomankavu s bus stop he sees a blue black snake approach The reptile with an outspread hood pierces Ravi s foot with its fangs Within minutes Ravi lay dead in the rainThe novel metaphysically ends where it had commenced at the bus stop of Koomankavu But one really wonders if the central character deserved such a tragic and violent end at the hands of the novelist Would it not have been better for the reader to imagine a Ravi who continued to tramp the earth in search of truth for the uest of his spiritual liberation

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Review Ù ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB At Paperback and others 164 pages and has a text language like Malayalam. This one was a major letdown as I had been looking forward to reading this book for 3 years or ever since I came to know of its significance in the malayalam literary scene Even got a mint new malayalam paperback which unfortunately I couldn t read due to the different dialect used which was too much for a person not much used to reading or speaking malayalam Switched over to the English book and still the story failed to charm me It has been described as Magical Realism but other than the various legends and a few incidents bordering upon magical realism or perhaps those can be mistaken as fertile imaginations of the characters involved it was an ordinary story Ravi reaches the backward village Khasak as the lone school teacher Khasak is populated by Hindus and Muslims living peacefully with many local customs and traditions in common There are an extraordinary set of villagers each with their own peculiarity I loved the retard Appu Killy Appu Bird loosely translated and Kunhamina the innocent girl Baring these and a few others most in Khasak are morally weak or so it seems after being a witness to their various trysts with local toddy as their favorite drink Ravi the school teacher though kind to children was the weakest of all I never could empathize with him and by the end of the book I positively loathed himAnd I am not sure which time era this story belongs to as small pox epidemic is described in detail I am sure that the last case of small pox in India was in 1977 or so and I cant accept poetic license or magical realism as coming to the rescue for this incongruityOn the whole the book didnot impress meWhat I liked characterization detailsdescriptions of local legends and eventsOn the whole reconsidering all this perhaps 25 stars

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Review Ù ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ? by O.V. Vijayan This is the best favorite book isbn 9788171301263 form. Njangalku vazhi kanichu tarukaavar paranju Avarude kannukal kalanjitu tirichuvaran ayaalavarodu paranju Even though this is the story of common men in day to day lifeI ll call this a fable because all the characters seemed to be talking in multidimensions It was a bit difficult reading it because of the languagebut I got used to it as I turned pages I tried to talk like Appukkili out of curiosity I sympathized with Padma when she asks Ravi whether he is not coming back I felt like vomiting when I saw Kuttadan Poosari tearing his own flesh I was taken to a different worldthe world called Khasakand I found that I was searching for myself along with the others there I found the truth in Ravi s wordsaarum koodu pattaarilla MadhavannaayareIt was altogether a wonderful experiencereading this book It is written in a style completely different from the ones I ve read so far It won t leave you unchanged By the time you finish reading this bookyou ll be thinking and you ll be thinking hard You ll be touchedfor sure HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

  • Paperback
  • 164
  • ഖസാക്കിന്റെ ഇതിഹാസം
  • O.V. Vijayan
  • Malayalam
  • 21 October 2019
  • 9788171301263