Ka. Na. Su.- Makers of Indian Literature
|Publisher:||SAHITYA AKADEMI, DELHI|
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Ka Na Su was a literary critic par excellence and a creative writer of renown. His critical work A Movement for Literature (Illakiyatirku Or Iyakkam) won him the Sahitya Akademi award. His novel Poi Thevu (1966) remains a significant milestone in Tamil fiction. Ka Na Su translated several Nobel prize-winning novels as well as short stories into Tamil. His works on aesthetics and literary criticism such as Vimarisana Kalai (1959) and Kalai Nuttpangal (1988) deserve special attention. A writer and thinker with an expansive vision and a catholic aesthetic sense, Ka Na Su strides the world of Tamil Criticism as a Colossus.
Thanjai Prakash, committed to high literature was its acknowledged connoisseur. A close friend of Ka Na Su for nearly forty years, he knew the writer's works thoroughly. Pitthapoo (1987), Ka Na Su's renowned novel, was a Thanjai Prakash publication, as were several volumes of the writer's poetry and critical essays. efforts of this editor publisher needs to be credited with reintroducing Ka Na Su from close quarters through this literary biography.
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