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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - CULTURE AND ANARCHY

Art and commerce are strange bedfellows. And in India during ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Shakespearean riddle

A good deal has been written about the plays by Shakespeare, ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - PEOPLE'S BARD

The history of our epic battle for independence that has been so far

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - DIALOGUE

Great literary and cerebral works with their very nature of ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Devotion as drama

Any literary work, once it is branded as a sacred religious text,

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - The Art of Translation

A good translation is no less great as the original work. In fact, ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Bharati’s private voice

Once a saint was cursed to be a pig. He felt humiliated. ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Kamban brought alive!

‘Translation’, a word from its Lain root ‘indicates taking one ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Murugabhoopathi

Though the ancient cultural grammarians of the Tamil language have included ‘theatre’ ...

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SOTTO VOCE - Indira Parthasarathy - Language in Theatre

My maiden venture into writing plays started with ‘Rains’ and ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY- Staging Parallels

Many years ago, in the nineties of the last century, ...

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SOTTO VOCE - INDIRA PARTHASARATHY - Crown or strawberries?

This year marks the four hundred and fiftieth anniversary year of the bard of Stratford-on-Avon, William Shakespeare,...

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