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Kanyasulkam. [Gurujada Venkata Apparao; C Vijayasree; Publisher: New Delhi: Book Review Literacy Trust, Series: Past continuous. Edition/Format . kanyasulkam - Free download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. aracer.mobi Tri Nath MY FRIEND REED THIS BOOK HERE I never read a Telugu story book except for academic purposes.
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Kanyasulkam Author: New Delhi: Book Review Literacy Trust, Past continuous. English View all editions and formats Rating: Subjects Telugu drama -- Translations into English. Telugu drama. More like this Similar Items. The play's critical engagement with western models of education, administration and the Judiciary retains some relevance even at the beginning of the 21st Century. The following excerpt from Act I presents Girisam, pretentious social reformer who claims to be English-educated.
The italicised words in the passage were in English even in the original Telugu text. Looks like my favourite disciple Venkatesam. It seems he has failed in the exams.
If I console him a little, and run away with him to his village on the pretext of teaching him in the holidays, many of my present problems will be solved. Let me work on him from that angle.
What my dear Shakespeare! Why this long face? Venkatesam: Please don't talk to me. My teacher told me not to talk to you. He said I failed my exams because of your company. Girisam: Nonsense! I suspected this all along. Your teacher can't stand me. That's why he failed you. Otherwise, how can a student like you fail?
Do you know why we fell out?
His teaching is all wrong and I flayed it in the newspaper. And since then he hates me. Venkatesam: All that I learnt from you is smoking cigars.
Except gossiping, have you ever taught me a word? Girisam: Damn it! That's what angers me. This is base ingratitude. Talking to me itself is an education! Come to think of it, does your teacher have the mastery of language that you have? How many lectures I have given you on the subject of widow marriage, and on the "nautchi question"! Not one student of mine has turned out worthless!
The other day, when the Bengali fellow lectured here, did any one of our people open his mouth? Our people are pure idiots. Instead of thanking me for teaching you how to smoke, you are finding fault with me?
I am very surprised that you haven't yet grasped the pleasure of smoking. It is smoking that makes the White masters so great. Have you ever seen an Englishman who doesn't smoke? The White man invented the steam engine etc. Otherwise, could he have done it? But I am furious with your teacher for failing a bright fellow like you. I will catch him alone, and give him a lesson. Will you stay here in the holidays, or go home? Venkatesam: I want to go home, but my father will skin me alive if he gets to know that I have failed.
Girisam: I can find a way out of that danger. But will you promise to listen to me? Venkatesam: falls at Girisam's feet Have I ever disobeyed your command? My father is very short tempered. He will break my bones if I tell him that I haven't passed. Girisam: That is tyranny! If it were a Bengali boy, you know what he would do?
Whether it is a father or a grandfather, he would cane him properly.