• Title: ഉമ്മാച്ചു | Ummachu
  • Author: Uroob
  • ISBN: 9788171302307
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Uroob

      P C Kuttikrishnan, popularly known by his penname Uroob Malayalam 1915 1979 was a famous Malayalam writer from Kerala state, South India He along with writers like Basheer, Thakazhi, Kesavadev, and Pottekkatt formed the progressive writers in Malayalam during the twentieth century Uroob is a recipient of Kendra Sahithya Academy Award Malayalam for his novel Sundarikalum Sundaranmarum

    761 thoughts on “ഉമ്മാച്ചു | Ummachu”

    1. Ummaachu Beloved is a novel written by famous Malayalam writer Uroob P.C Kuttikrishnan Uroob 1915 1979 was considered as one of the most important among the progressive writers in Kerala, along with Vaikom Mohammed Basheer, Thakazhi Shivashankara Pillai, Karoor Neelakanta Pillai, S.K Pottekkatt, and Keshava Dev As most writers of the period, his writings portrayed the life of the people of Kerala during the time of Independent Struggle, including the social, political and cultural dimensions We [...]

    2. It was great reading this book.Filled with the really nice Malabar conversations, a parallel narration of the individual and the society.

    3. I especially loved the part where Beeran s son comes to visit him and the agony the father goes through when the son leaves him It so beautifully portrays simple human emotions like bereavement,attachment,love,parenthood

    4. Iam not a person to review uroob He is a legendary writer He has portrayed some of the political and social matters in uroob It is a good read but with patience as the tone he has used is that used by people in malabar

    5. Ummachu is a saga of love andlonging, loss and suffering Itnarrates the ups and downs in theeventful life of a handful ofcharacters.

    6. The period of this novel was way back Though the plot is not irrelevant today, it was not much fun reading it.

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