Western Influence on Malayalam Language and Literature

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Sahitya Akademi, 1972 - Comparative literature - 287 pages
ŭ......Dr. GeorgeŭS Comprehensive Study Is Thus Valuable, Not Only For Throwing A Revealing Light On The Immediate Subject, But Also For Its Relevance To The Wider Subject Of Western Influence On India As A Whole....It Is Only After Inquiries Have Been Conducted In Depth, Like Dr. GeorgeŭS Covering The Whole Country And All The Divers Aspects Of The Problem That Anything Like A Definitive Picture For All India Can Be Expected To Emerge. But Even By Itself, Dr. GeorgeŭS Study Has An Importance Transcending Malayalam Language And Literature Or The Life And Culture Of The People Of Kerala.....ŭ
 

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I see a lot of information.
There was a Kuttisankaran Pulapatta who used to write short stories in Malayalam. Do you have whereabouts of him ?
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Contents

CHAPTER
9
Background
51
Stage IIThe Influence Spreads 18401880 65
67
Stage IIIIncreasing Impact after 1880
73
The Novel
89
The Short Story
107
Poetry
114
Drama
146
Literary Criticism
159
Journalism
178
Other Prose Writings
194
Life and Letters
217
Appendix A B C D
247
Select Bibliography
271
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