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Onto The Stage

Bs Murthy

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Book Overview: 

"This is a compendium of the author’s Indian stage and radio plays:

""Slighted Souls"" is a poignant love story set in rural Telangana, beset with
feudal exploitation of the downtrodden dalits.

Men at work on Women at work"" is a tragic-comic episode depicting the fallout of sexual harassment at the workplace in the Indian urban setting with its traditional cultural underpinnings.

""Castle of Despair"", built on the slippery ground of man's innate urge for
one-upmanship, portrays its facade of falsity on the grand stage of human

The radio play, ""Love on Hold"", lends voice to the felt anxieties of a man
and a woman as their old flame gets rekindled and the dilemmas of possession faced by the couple in a conservative cultural background."

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Mallamma [Back with a glass of water]: Why make a mess of it maava. Yellaiah [Taking over the glass]: Take it I’m giving them their due. Mallamma: I wonder how they’re harming you. Yellaiah [Having empted the glass]: Aren’t they harsh on my darling’s delicate hands? Mallamma [Taking back the glass]: I’m glad you’re still fond of your old woman. Yellaiah: Who said you’re old dear. I’m ever scared that some dora or a patel might grab my Malli. Mallamma [Taking the bamboo work]: You know it would never be the case. Yellaiah: Well but still. Mallamma: Leave alone the patels and the patwaris, would the dora ever forget that incident in a hurry? Besides, I’m behind the bamboo curtain, am I not?. . . Read More