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I actually enjoyed the titbits part quite a bit. Having never read Tamil pulp before this book was very fascinating.
It was sort of like watching a Tamil movie - in the story Tokyo Rose originally by Tamilvanan I expected the lead pair the detective called Shankarlal who has a big fan following in Japan - the Japanese police even consult him and his wife Indra , who goes around calling him Aathan to break into a dance any minute among the locales of Japan.
I have always been told Ramanichandiran books were the Tamil equivalents of Mills and Boon romances and I see the connection.
Soft love stories with happy endings. I loved sci-fi touch Rajesh Kumar's stories brought in. Indraa Soundarrajan's story about rebirth and the divine reminded me watching a Tamil soap on TV.
Murder, Crime and detectives who are in relationships yet continue to drool behind other women seem to be a common theme amongst the stories in this collection. Infact the book's back cover describes the book "Mad scientists! Hard-Boiled Eggs?? Vengeful Goddesses!
Murderous Robots! Scandalous Starlets! Drug-Filled Love Affairs! The initial thrill of reading the translated Tamil works died down soon. It was simple translation - one that had me rolling with laughter often. I enjoyed the book and that is because I have not read Tamil pulp before and I find it a refreshing change from the other books I have been reading currently. I enjoyed the book because it offered a peak into the Tamil pulp publishing industry.
I enjoyed the book because I could now understand why my grandmother and mother loved these books. If you are looking for literary works to read this is not the book for you. But if you want to pick a book to fill in few hours and move fast, go ahead pick this up. A comparative study of some Portuguese Manuscripts 1 1.
Structure of the thesis 4 2. Phonology of Tamil language 7 3. The analysis of data 8 3. Appendixes 22 References 59 II. Linguistic contacts in the Southern India: then and now 64 1. Contacts in the Southern India 64 1. Corpus of research 66 3. Analysis of data 67 3. Conclusions 75 References 77 III.
Some evidences of Spoken Tamil in Christian religious manuscripts 17th—18th Cent. Research purposes and methodology of investigation 81 2. Sources 83 3. Linguistic analysis of texts 83 3. Conclusions 99 References IV. The framework for the methodological research 2. The first time I had travelled outside of Europe. The first time I had to face a very different culture.
I entered the taxi sent from the hotel I had booked under pressure from my terrified mother, who had insisted I do it before leaving Italy, and from the window of the car I started to observe the show around me.
Cows, yellow rickshaws, people cycling, people sleeping on the pavement rolled up in white sheets, like silkworms, trying to protect themselves from mosquito bites. I felt as if I was the only spectator of the hugest documentary I had ever seen in my life.
Strangely, I remember silence around me, a huge silence that a few hours after would be broken by the total chaos of cars, bikes, vans, and taxis, and where only powerful horns dominated the acoustic scene behind the traffic visual choreography. My supervisor in India was Prof. Indra, Head of the Department, who, together with Prof.
Prasad, had helped me realize this dream by sending me an invitation letter. Since that moment, Professor Indra is and remains the one person who has helped me the most during all my visits to India and to whom I will be always indebted.
She has always supported me, literally and figuratively, and I thank her for having believed in me then and now. During those six months spent in Chennai, I made two of the most important discoveries in my life: I fell in love with the Tamil language — and Prof. Subramanian from Mozhi helped me in this, but above all I discovered that in this globalized and consumerist world there still exists someone who has a big and pure heart, who is always ready to help others: I met my precious friend Ram from Cre-A:.
It is thanks to him entirely if this book sees the light, and for this and for many other things, too many to be listed here, I will never stop being grateful and to thank him.
In those months, even if I did fall in love with Tamil, I was scared of this incomprehensible language, as is normal with any genuine feeling of love, and I postponed a true meeting with her.
I came back again the year after, and then the following year and vii the following. And every time I got more involved in everything related to Tamil. It was never easy to face it and its related culture, but it was always interesting.
Because of the difficulties I faced during my PhD research I travelled all around India and Europe consulting and disturbing many scholars. Among them my deepest debt is to Prof.
Sylvie Archaimabault. He encouraged me, he helped me during the most difficult period of my research and he directed me to the right path, that time and many other times later, whenever I had the chance to meet him. It was through him that I reached my first manuscript in the Richelieu Library of Paris, of which, sometime later, Prof.
And a new facet of my life had begun: I felt like Sherlock Holmes always looking for the right proof, during my research of the original autograph manuscript; I never succeeded in it, but I enjoyed every single moment of that research.
If I was able to carry on my travels abroad, in this huge country, it is thanks to two people: my mum who always encouraged me to travel as much as possible — even though she repented the moment I communicated to her I was going to India — and my Maestra Barbara Turchetta University of Tuscia , a pioneering African researcher and also a traveller.
She used to fascinate me when, very modestly, she shared some of her adventures in Africa with us, her students. Many other people, including professors, relatives, friends and institutions have supported me in various ways throughout the phases of my work and experience.