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The narrative is in the form of interconnected essays that invoke the tragic plight of the majority of...
The narrative is in the form of interconnected essays that invoke the tragic plight of the majority of Brahmin households in Kerala, mired in convention and ignorance and locate V.T. Bhattathiripad's own self-awakening in the collective struggle of committed progressive young men and women. Though it is an autobiographical narrative, the focus is on the society as a whole and on the Namboodiri community in particular. Besides the main text, the book includes an in-depth interview that two historians conducted with the author in his last year, and rare photographs related to the author's life and times.
Remembering My Father by V.T. Vasudevan
MY TEARS, MY DREAMS
An Interview with V.T. Bhattathiripad