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മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil

review മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil

Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil On the Banks of the River Mayyazhi is a Malayalam language novel by M Mukundan Widely regarde Mahe is a small town on the banks of the Mayyazhi river in northern Kerala What makes this place rather uniue is that like Pondicherry it was a former French colony Till recently they did not need a passport to travel to France even now there are a few people who have opted for French citizenship French is an official languageMahe is known to the majority of Keralites as the place to get good liuor dirt cheap there are no taxes for the booklover it is the birthplace of M Mukundan the chronicler of Mayyazhi as this place is known locally In this novel the name of which translates as On the Banks of the Mayyazhi River and its seuel ദൈവത്തിന്റെ വികൃതികള്‍ Daivathinte Vikruthikal Mukundan charts the mythology and legends of this magical region existing in the twilight zone between colonialism and democracyAn indispensable part of the landscape of my youth and I suspect of many others Quantum Physics and the Multiplicity of Mind youth and I suspect of many others

Summary Ð PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ M. Mukundan

D as the author's magnum opus the novel vividly describes the political and social background of Mahe Mayyazhi the former Fre Mayyazhi 'Mahé' in French was a tiny French governed enclave on the coast of Kerala Even today it retains separateness of status from Kerala it is a Union Territory like Pondicherry Damanand Diu Nowadays the tiny town is little than a long line of booze selling stores and a churchThis novel begins when Mahé was a French colony and ends after it became part of India in the 1950s The slow beginning describes life in the enclave and introduces a wide range of characters Some of these work for the French and others join the illegal movement to liberate Mahé from the FrenchI enjoyed the book but felt that the narration was over lean It needed to be less concise and meaty At first it was a little lacking in direction but it picked up greatly and became uite exciting in its last uarterI read the book because I have visited Mahé and was curious about it I now feel that I have learnt something but not a great deal about the placeAlthough I found the book fascinating enough I am not going to reccommend it highly to anyone who is not interested in Mahé

M. Mukundan ✓ 5 review

Nch colony in the past in a mystical way1 The novel was translated into English and French both the versions winning accolade great NovelI have completed in record time