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Selected Stories of T. Gopichand, translated by GRK Murty

Selected Stories of T. Gopichand, translated by GRK Murty

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Tripuraneni Gopichand (1910-62) was a very significant creative writer in Telugu. The popularity and influence of his writings is quite far and wide among the Telugu speaking people.

Though a prolific writer, Gopichand was not carried away by the ruling fashion of story telling, nor did he mechanically repeat himself. On the other hand, his story telling took wings, traversing from villages—farmers, agricultural laborers—to urban middle-class; from communism, rationalism, realism, to naturalism. Most of his stories show with an unsparing realism how the finite man is quite often pitted against heavy nerve-racking odds. His stories are a quest for truth, not power: there is no violence. They present a wide tapestry of human action.
Tripuraneni Gopichand (1910-62) was a very significant creative writer in Telugu. The popularity and influence of his writings is quite far and wide among the Telugu speaking people.

Though a prolific writer, Gopichand was not carried away by the ruling fashion of story telling, nor did he mechanically repeat himself. On the other hand, his story telling took wings, traversing from villages—farmers, agricultural laborers—to urban middle-class; from communism, rationalism, realism, to naturalism. Most of his stories show with an unsparing realism how the finite man is quite often pitted against heavy nerve-racking odds. His stories are a quest for truth, not power: there is no violence. They present a wide tapestry of human action.

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Published by: GRK Murty on Dec 21, 2010
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Contents
Page No.
1.
 
Attachment (
Mamakaram
) 132.
 
Introspection (
 Atmagatam
) 213.
 
Rivalry (
Spardha
) 314.
 
Obedient Husband (
Bharyaloludu
) 355.
 
Fear (
Bhayam
) 366.
 
Bus Halted - Left (
Bus Aaagindi 
– 
Poindi 
) 387.
 
Impoverishment (
Daridrayam
) 438.
 
All in Wives (
Bharyallone Undi 
) 489.
 
Ego (
 Aham
) 5710.
 
Neighborhood (
Irugu Porugu
) 5811.
 
The Most Harassed Heart (
Peeditha Hridayam
) 6512.
 
Human Life (
Manava Jeevitham
) 7113.
 
Self-Done (
Swayamkrutam
) 7214.
 
The Retired Ox (
 Arru Kadigina Eddu
) 7815.
 
Mother (
 Amma
) 8416.
 
It Could Happen Like This (
Ila Jarigenu
) 8717.
 
Me
 –
My Character (
Nenu Na Patra
) 9218.
 
Babul Tree (
Thumma Chettu
) 9319.
 
The Lamp of Hope (
 Asajyoti 
) 9820.
 
Hindu Chastity (
Hindu Pativratyam
) 108
 
21.
 
Suicide (
 Atmahatya
) 11222.
 
Sinful Society (
Papisti Sangham
) 11723.
 
Maidservant (
Pani Pilla
) 11824.
 
Elders’ Sayings (
Peddala Suddulu
) 12225.
 
Money! Money! Money!
(Dabbu! Dabbu! Dabbu!
) 12326.
 
Fallen Women (
Patitalu
) 12727.
 
Ancestral Property (
Pitrarjitam
) 13928.
 
Sympathy (
Sanubhuti 
) 14429.
 
Fathers, Sons (
Thandrulu, Kodukulu
) 14530.
 
Wife and Husband (
Bharya Bhartalu
) 165
 

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