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Modern Telugu literature and theatre

Sastry, S. M. Y.

Modern Telugu literature and theatre

two studies

by Sastry, S. M. Y.

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Published by Bombay Andhra Mahasabha and Gymkhana in [Bombay .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Andhra Pradesh.
    • Subjects:
    • Telugu literature -- History and criticism.,
    • Theater -- India -- Andhra Pradesh.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby S. M. Y. Sastry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL4780.05 .S17
      The Physical Object
      Pagination75 p. ;
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4526374M
      LC Control Number76903132

      Gudipati Venkatachalam aka Chalam (Telugu: గుడిపాటి వెంకటాచలం) (), a Telugu writer and philosopher, was one of the most influential personalities in the modern Telugu literature. Telugu is a language spoken by more than ten crore( millions) people and the literary interest of the people was at its /5. Telugu Literature is a popular optional among students who have a liking for the language. Every year good number of people get into the services who opted telugu literature as an optional subject. It is one of the scoring subjects. If you can writer telugu and it is your mother tongue, you can chose this optional without a second thought.

      Modern Telugu literature and theatre: Two studies by S. M. Y Sastry: Āndhra Gīrvāṇa chandamu =: The prosody of the Telugu and Sanscrit languages explained by Charles Philip Brown: Lectures on Telugu studies by Golla Narayanaswami Reddy. Influential literary critics in Telugu, Kandukuri Viresalingam and C. R. Reddy, dismissed several literary texts as unacceptable because of their erotism. I will discuss the impact of this new morality on Sanskrit and Telugu literature and hope to find response from scholars of Kannada, Tamil and Hindi literatures from the audience.

      Like its counterparts, Telugu literature has evolved in genre and style thanks to varied social, cultural and political events and influences down the ages. But at present, questions are being raised about the nature and universality of the theme, content and presentation format of some contemporary written works produced in Telugu. 6th Street Theatre Racine; Olivia Books Reading Level; Paraphrase Of The Tyger By William Blake; English Literature From To ; What Does The Author Of This Page Assume About The President Quizlet; Coming Of Age In Mississippi Author; Dept 56 Dickens Village For Sale; Los Angeles Modern Art Gallery; Old Paper Back Books; Modern Age In.


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