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Ramalinga Adigal Vallalar — wrote the devotional poem Tiruvarutpa is considered to be a work of great beauty and simplicity. Maraimalai Adigal — advocated for the purity of Tamil and wanted to clean it of words with Sanskrit influences. One of the great Tamil poets of this period was Subramanya Bharathi. His works are stimulating in their progressive themes like freedom and feminism. Bharathy introduced a new poetic style into the somewhat rigid style of Tamil poetry writing, which had followed the rules set down in the Tolkaappiyam.
His puthukkavithai Lit. He also wrote Tamil prose in the form of commentaries, editorials, short stories and novels. Some of these were published in the Tamil daily Swadesamitran and in his Tamil weekly India.
Inspired by Bharathi, many poets resorted to poetry as a means of reform. Bharathidasan was one such poet. Swaminatha Iyer , was instrumental in the revival of interest in the Sangam age literature in Tamil Nadu. He travelled all over the Tamil country, collecting, deciphering and publishing ancient books such as Cilappatikaram , Kuruntokai , etc.
He published over 90 books and wrote En caritham, an autobiography. Tamil novel[ edit ] The novel as a genre of literature arrived in Tamil in the third quarter of the 19th century, more than a century after it became popular with English writers.
Its emergence was perhaps facilitated by the growing population of Tamils with a western education and exposure to popular English fiction. This was a romance with an assortment of fables, folk tales and even Greek and Roman stories, written with the entertainment of the reader as the principal motive.
It was followed by Kamalambal Charitram by B. Rajam Iyer in and Padmavathi Charitram by A.
Madhaviah in These two portray the life of Brahmins in 19th century rural Tamil Nadu, capturing their customs and habits, beliefs and rituals. Although it was primarily a powerful narration of the common man's life in a realistic style spiced with natural humour, Rajam Iyer's novel has a spiritual and philosophical undertone. Madhaviah tells the story in a more realistic way with a searching criticism of the upper caste society, particularly the sexual exploitation of girls by older men.
Jayakanthan has enriched the high traditions of literary traditions of Tamil language and contributed towards the shaping of Indian literature. His literature presents a deep and sensitive understanding of complex human nature and is an authentic and vivid index of Indian reality.
One famous novel of his is Sila Nerangalil Sila Manithargal. Since the s the post modernist writers emerged as a major figures, including Jeyamohan , S. Ramakrishnan , Charu Nivedita. The critically acclaimed works include Vishnupuram by Jeymohan, Ubapandavam by S. There are other less appreciated works involving those translated from other languages, which are often unrecognized by Tamil pundits.
Writers like Amarantha, Latha Ramakrishnan are responsible for these works. Popular authors in the years before independence included Kurumbur Kuppusami and Vaduvur Duraisami Iyengar. In the s and '60s, Tamilvanan 's detective hero Shankarlal carried readers to a variety of foreign locales, while using a pure Tamil with very few Hindi or English loan words.
These writers are often extremely prolific, with hundreds or even thousands of short novels to their credit, and one or more short novel published in a monthly periodical. Indra Soundar Rajan , another popular modern author, writes supernatural crime thrillers usually based around Hindu mythology.
In the s and 60s, Chandilyan wrote a number of very popular historical romance novels set in medieval India or on medieval trade routes with Malaysia, Indonesia and Europe. From the s, spanning six decades, Jayakanthan authored around 40 novels, short stories, apart from two autobiographies. Outside literature, he made two films. In addition, four of his other novels were adapted into films by others.
His works revolve around the lives of underclass people like rickshaw-pullers, prostitutes and rag-pickers. Arunaa Nandhini is one of recent Tamil novelists who has entered the hearts of many Tamil readers, and her story covers family subject, romance, reality, with some humor added for the readers to enjoy their leisure.
Modern romance novels are represented by the current bestselling author in the Tamil language, Ramanichandran. Everyone says it was because of the moon and the blood. Read "The Wife's Story" Henry A policeman makes his rounds, checking that the shop doors are secured for the night, when he sees a man waiting in an entrance way.
The man explains that he and a friend made arrangements twenty years ago to meet there that night. Read "After Twenty Years" He maintains a strict daily routine in his work and home life. One day he is asked to stay a little late, which turns out to be very disruptive for him. Read "Broken Routine" They have brought valuable knowledge for producing power, increasing food supply, and other things, at no charge.
Some question the purity of their motives, so the Kanamit are subjected to a lie-detector test. Read "To Serve Man" When they left last winter, someone broke in and stole some of Judson's liquor. He expects the thief to return, so he prepares a surprise. Read "Ruthless" Inside is a contraption with a button on it, and a note saying that Mr. Steward will call on them at 8 PM. After assuring them that he isn't selling anything, Mr.
Steward makes them a shocking proposition. Read "Button, Button" His friend Edward Delaney begins corresponding with him to pass the time.
Delaney describes the family who live across from him, including their mansion and beautiful young daughter. Read "Marjorie Daw" He says the man of the place is generous with his whisky, and the woman is attractive and welcoming. They arrive at a lonely establishment and are greeted by a disheveled woman with a rifle.
They make conversation about their community, which includes a resident known for being a ladies man. The old man shows Eric his museum, a collection of items that all have something in common.
He works at Eastside Bank and Trust, and his wife takes up the rest of his time. Read "Time Enough at Last" The father will use his position as chief test pilot to gain access to the vessel. Fairman Marcusson is preparing for a space voyage to Mars. He and his friend Conrad talk about whom he will meet. Conrad explains that people are the same everywhere. Marcusson takes comfort from this but also feels some fear over his upcoming trip.
Read "Brothers Beyond the Void" Crangle is at home at in the afternoon. Three weeks ago he realized he had the power to mark all evil people in some way.
He would be the judge, and he had no moral qualms about using his ability. He sets in the afternoon as the time when he will execute his judgment. Read "Four O'Clock" It's about a meter wide, but they can't figure out how deep it is.
It seems to have no bottom. They think about what should be done with it. Read "He-y, Come On Ou-t" Thomas Robert Proctor is out driving with his mother. When another vehicle clips his front fender he struggles to maintain control.
There seems to be more than one published version of this story. Read "Test" Simpler version Henry Jeff Peters recounts an incident he had while posing as a medicine man.
After being shut down by the constable, he meets Andy, a man with a similar trade. They want to go in on something together. Jeff gets an emergency summons from the mayor; he is sick and the local doctor is out of town.
His acquaintances tease him a bit and ask what he will do with the money. He thinks about that as well, and also wonders where his wife got the money for the ticket. Read "The Lottery" I had small children, I didn't have any help. Some of this was before the days of automatic washing machines, if you can actually believe it.
There was no way I could get that kind of time. I couldn't look ahead and say, this is going to take me a year, because I thought every moment something might happen that would take all time away from me.
So I wrote in bits and pieces with a limited time expectation. Perhaps I got used to thinking of my material in terms of things that worked that way.