(New) [മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil] By M. Mukundan

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  • മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil
  • M. Mukundan
  • Malayalam
  • 12 October 2018
  • 9788171302314

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review മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB M. Mukundan ô 3 free download D as the author's magnum opus the novel vividly describes the political and social background of Mahe Mayyazhi the former Fre. Mayyazhi Mah in French was a tiny French governed enclave on the coast of Kerala Even today it retains separateness of status from Kerala it is a Union Territory like Pondicherry Damanand Diu Nowadays the tiny town is little than a long line of booze selling stores and a churchThis novel begins when Mah was a French colony and ends after it became part of India in the 1950s The slow beginning describes life in the enclave and introduces a wide range of characters Some of these work for the French and others join the illegal movement to liberate Mah from the FrenchI enjoyed the book but felt that the narration was over lean It needed to be less concise and meaty At first it was a little lacking in direction but it picked up greatly and became uite exciting in its last uarterI read the book because I have visited Mah and was curious about it I now feel that I have learnt something but not a great deal about the placeAlthough I found the book fascinating enough I am not going to reccommend it highly to anyone who is not interested in Mah Kitty Princess and the Newspaper Dress retains separateness of status from Kerala it is a Union Territory like Pondicherry Damanand Diu Nowadays the tiny town is little than a long line of booze selling stores and a churchThis novel begins when Mah was a French colony and ends after it became part of India in the 1950s The slow beginning describes life in the enclave and introduces a wide Let God Guide You Daily range of characters Some of these work for the French and others join the illegal movement to liberate Mah from the FrenchI enjoyed the book but felt that the narration was over lean It needed to be less concise and meaty At first it was a little lacking in direction but it picked up greatly and became uite exciting in its last uarterI The Art of the Hustle read the book because I have visited Mah and was curious about it I now feel that I have learnt something but not a great deal about the placeAlthough I found the book fascinating enough I am not going to Adolfo Kaminsky reccommend it highly to anyone who is not interested in Mah

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review മയ്യഴിപ്പുഴയുടെ തീരങ്ങളിൽ Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil Ò eBook or Kindle ePUB M. Mukundan ô 3 free download Mayyazhippuzhayude Theerangalil On the Banks of the River Mayyazhi is a Malayalam language novel by M Mukundan Widely regarde. MMukundan was a name I heard over and over again when I started off reading Malayalam Anyone worth their salt in reading malayalam would tell me to read this work The title translates to On the banks of the river Mayyazhi It s the story of a landscape called Mahe which was one of the few French colonized locales in India grew up to be on its own only by 1954 Mahe still remains a Union Territory within India which in simple terms means it is directly under the jurisdiction of the central government of India That s the history part of it Mahe is called by a seductive name in Malayalam Mayyazhi I call this word beautifl because it means The eye of the sea Mukundan calls you to walk the streets of this place as the last French citizen seems to be withdrawing The people here are not uite sure whether to rejoice their new found freedom or to lament the absence of their human gods The reader is treated to a varied slice of a small town with all its overwhelming simplicity and ruggedness It is by parts a coming of age story a story of love rebellion understanding and also the legend of this uniue piece of land that became a curiosity to the subcontinent that surrounded itIf memory serves me right I read this book as much as six years ago but some of the images fleeted across my mind as I started keying in this review The middle aged man who went around lighting lamps at sundown the old woman who wailed aloud at the thought of her French monsieur leaving her to go to Europe the ever present sea and the souls of the departed who became dragon flies and traversed the sea to that distant island of souls