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Where the Rain is Born: Writings about Kerela by Anita Nair (Editor)
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Overview: A combination of essays, short stories, poems and extracts from published works in both English and Malayalam, this anthology affords a tantalizing glimpse into the rich and varied layers of experience that Kerala has to offer.
Genre: Fiction > Literary, Anthologies, Short Stories


1. The corridor Balachandran Chullikkad
2. Chasing the monsoon Alexander Frater
3. Charlis and I Shashi Tharoor
4. Marthanda Varma C.V. Raman Pillai
5. The village before time V.K. Madhavan Kutty
6. Chemmeen Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai
7. Grandmother’s funeral Jeet Thayil
8. In search of doubting Thomas William Dalrymple
9. The blue light Vaikom Muhammad Basheer
10. Fool’s paradise? Ammu Joseph
11. Where ‘everything is different’ Abu Abraham
12. The first lessons O.V. Vijayan
13. Butter chicken in Ludhiana Pankaj Mishra
14. The expanse of imagination Jayanth Kodkani
15. Karkitakam M.T. Vasudevan Nair
16. The voice Suresh Menon
17. Mattancheri in Manhattan Ayyappa Panikker
18. The moor’s last sigh Salman Rushdie
19. Sesame seeds, flowers, water Lalithambika Antherjanam
20. The garden of the antlions Paul Zacharia
21. Footballer Ravi Menon
22. On the banks of the Mayyazhi M. Mukundan
22. The power of one Bill Aitken
24. God’s own country Arundhati Roy
25. Hangman’s journal Shashi Warrier
26. Those were the daze Shreekumar Varma
27. Ancient promises Jaishree Misra
28. The thief of memories Vijay Nambisan
29. The mountain that was as flat as a football field on the top Anita Nair
30. Stalinist and Indian: E.M.S. Namboodiripad Ramachandra Guha
31. The bonsai tree David Davidar
32. Mundu, meesha, kumbha, koda: The sartorial splendour of the Malayali male Geeta Doctor
33. The town they come from C.P. Surendran
34. The swamp Kamala Das

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