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  1. See also MadhavikuttyKamala Suraiyya born Kamala 31 March 1934 31 May 2009 , also known by her one time pen name Madhavikutty and Kamala Das, was an Indian English poet and litt rateur and at the same time a leading Malayalam author from Kerala, India Her popularity in Kerala is based chiefly on her short stories and autobiography, while her oeuvre in English, written under the name Kamala Das, is noted for the poems and explicit autobiography.Her open and honest treatment of female sexuality, free from any sense of guilt, infused her writing with power, but also marked her as an iconoclast in her generation On 31 May 2009, aged 75, she died at a hospital in Pune Das has earned considerable respect in recent years from

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  1. ats what neermathalam was all about, about kamala s nalapattu kudumbam and the people over therezhaya alukal orikalum thirichu varilla.avare kurachulla ormakal mathram namme avarodu cherkunnu






  2. Words fail me as I try to exalt this literary creation.Another memoir about growing up in Punniyoorkulam and Calcutta,Kamala Das,paints with words the worlds of yester years.In first person,it avidly captures the dilemmas of growing up and the Little Kamala s way of seeing the world.Her outlook of the world have surprised,shocked and enraged people.The memoir is the celebration of her childhood from when she looked at world differently.Probably as a mere spectatorA must read,as I always say to f [...]


  3. The best book i ever read Five star is not enough for this one Simply written and soul touching These stories make me remember old stories my mom used to tell me about her beautiful childhood days A book no malayali should never miss.





  4. I loved this book The blatant gutsy writing and recollection of memories adorned with small yet specific details is enthralling The Kolkata and Kerala lifestyle contrasts, her far fetched thoughts, the first person narrative i got to know the places and time through her eyes It was one helluva experience.


  5. I have read this book 30 times already Every time I read it I feel like I am reading it first time It has truly explains a child s innocence , eagerness to explore the whole world over,Madhavikkutty portrayed the humor without losing it s natural beauty I like Kunjathu and Parukkutty very much





  6. My first malayalam novel as a reader, language was tough to grasp but its content so grasping that I didn t give up I have a personal affection towards this memoir brought back old memories, feelings I had buried away I particularly enjoyed Kamala s conversations and doubts as she grew, could relate to her thoughts at than several occasions A truly beautiful book, that has the capacity to become a part of the reader As Kamala says


  7. Kamala Surayya have a prominent place in malayalam literature i have no clue how she could remember all this events without loosing the beauty on explaining it Accurate observations and great flow in writing.when the novel started i thought oh no its another boring one , well once it passes the first quarter book suddenly gets my attention and i started reading eagerly It was getting better and better and in the end turned out to be a wonderful work from author can she remember all this silly ev [...]


  8. The book starts with a confusing first 4 chapters of the writer s family tree After that the book deals with her childhood years she spent in Calcutta and in Nalappat family house The description of the village it s atmosphere it s vegetation all makes us want to live in a village surrounded by such innocent people Madhavikutty s ability to make us picturise what she has in mind and is mind blowing Her description of the life in Calcutta during the world war and pre independence era is also bee [...]


  9. Nostalgic Memoirs from the life of Madhavikutty until age 14 Parallel narrations of her life in Naalappattu and Culcutta The connection with her grandmother and the aloofness of her parents The people she met and the things she saw Her loneliness Her sadness Her ordinariness Her constant need for love and affection Her.


  10. it s really a book that is a must read evokes the childhood memories, written through the eyes of a girl, who gradually matures we can see the gradual change in her thoughts behavior and the people around her.


  11. It is always good to spend some time and dig your fond memories from past which never comeback If you are looking for something for that, this childhood remembrances is perfect one for that It will definitely haunt you for a while.









  12. Loved it for its simplicity and unconventional ways of portraying the lives of the author s family members It makes me want to go back to my own matrilineal home.


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