➭ Mother of 1084 Read ➵ Author Mahasweta Devi – Ladybooks.us

Mother of 1084 Mahasweta Devi Is One Of India S Foremost Literary Figures, A Prolific And Best Selling Author In Bengali Of Short Fiction And Novels, And A Deeply Political Social Activist Who Has Been Working In Marginalized Communities For Decades Mother Of 1084 Is One Of Devi S Most Widely Read Works, Written During The Height Of The Naxalite Agitation A Militant Communist Uprising That Was Brutally Repressed By The Indian Government, Leading To The Widespread Murder Of Young Rebels Across Bengal This Novel Focuses On The Trauma Of A Mother Who Awakens One Morning To The Shattering News That Her Son Is Lying Dead In The Police Morgue, Reduced To A Mere Numeral Corpse No 1084 Through Her Struggle To Understand His Revolutionary Commitment As A Naxalite, She Recognizes Her Own Alienation As A Woman And A Wife From The Complacent, Hypocritical, And Corrupt Feudal Society Her Son Had So Fiercely Rebelled Against.

➭ Mother of 1084  Read ➵ Author Mahasweta Devi – Ladybooks.us
  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Mother of 1084
  • Mahasweta Devi
  • English
  • 27 August 2017
  • 8170461391

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  1. says:

    Devi, said to be as much of an inspirational activist as a writer, did bring to the surface various social issues that we tend to ignore The plot is interesting, and the characters, complex Sujatha s discovery of herself as she relives her son s death is intense as it is relate able Though i felt the an iota of Sujatha s awakening in my self as i read the book, the author s condescension towards the reader was clear As I result, though I understood Devi s characters and found them understa Devi, said to be as much of an inspirational activist as a writer, did bring to the surface various social issues that we tend to ignore The plot is interesting, and the characters, complex Sujatha s discovery of herself as she...


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    BookRecommendation , ,, , , Do these lines trouble you Do they make you uncomfortable Does your skin crawl when you think of your identity What does pride mean to you What do you take pride in In the class in which you were born In the riches you were born BookRecommendation , ,, , , Do these lines trouble you Do they make you uncomfortable Does your skin crawl when you think of your identity What does pride mean to you What do you take pride in In the class in which you were born In the riches you were born with In the skin you were born with Do you think that is your achievement What does equality mean to you How far are you willing to sacrifice yourself for someone something Does a mother always understand her child Knows what they are up to If she doesn t know it or understand it, is it her mistake has portrayed the brutality of life through two very significant aspects feminism and the voice of dissent revolution.Sujata and Dibyanath Chatterjee are upper class Bengalis living a comfortable life with their two sons Jyoti and Brati and two daughters Nipa and Tuli This story is about Vrati the 1084 in the title This story is about a loving son a National Scholarship winner a young Indian boy with a very bright future a sensitive...


  3. says:

    This book clutches at your heart and does not leave until the very end It opens your eyes to both the discrimination and complancency within the society specifically, Calcutta, and perhaps urban Indian in general and the mental state of a mother suffering her son s...


  4. says:

    A most poignant portrayal of a mother s emotional devastation at the loss of her son Vrati, Sujata s son, a socialist ideologue and his friends are killed by a mob in state sponsored cleansing of anti establishment youth movement of 1970s Calcutta Sujata s deep love for her son is juxtaposed with Divyanath s Vrati s womanising father nonchalance and embarrassment at Vrati s deeds Sujata meets Samir s Vrati s friend, killed with him poor mother and Nandini Vrati s love and comrade and tr A most poignant portrayal of a mother s emotional devastation at the loss of her son Vrati, Sujata s son, a socialist ideologue and his friends are killed by a mob in state sponsored cleansing of anti establishment youth movement of 1970s Calcutta Sujata s deep love for her son is juxtaposed...


  5. says:

    A poignant, beautiful read One day in the life of Sujatha on the 2nd death anniversary of her son, Brati, you see her flashback to many instances the day she found out about his death, how she coped, his childhood You see t...


  6. says:

    Sujata s world would not be the same, why Brati left that evening in his blue shirt, how he had turned into a number, 1084 all day long Sujata had been finding bits and pieces of the explanation, she would spe...


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    The 1960s was a decade of extreme political turmoil in West Bengal, India West Bengal, the state that had started with highest GDP among all Indian states immediately after independence, was on her downward spiral in terms of almost everything in less than two decades This period saw an armed movement by a group with extreme leftist ideology Maoism still prevalent in many parts of India Countless school and college students, moved by the ideology and the promise of a Utopian society free o The 1960s was a decade of extreme political turmoil in West Bengal, India West Bengal, the state that had started with highest GDP among all Indian states immediately after independence, was on her downward spiral in terms of almost everything in less than two decades This period saw an armed movement by a group with extreme leftist ideology Maoism still prevalent in many parts of India Countless school and college students, moved by the ideology and the promise of a Utopian society free of discrimination, joined the movement Known as the Naxalite movement after the place Nakshalbari in North Bengal where this movement started , this movement and the Government s successive measures to repress it, maimed pretty much a generation of the brightest, freshest young minds of West Bengal West Bengal burned severely in the fire started by the Naxalite movements The state an...


  8. says:

    A bit exaggerated but very close to true situation in Bengal during 1970s The book depicts a heart crunching story of a mother whose son has been killed by political goons This also gives us a idea of the...


  9. says:

    boring book.


  10. says:

    A slow thrilling novel that tries to capture very honestly the trauma and the psychological disturbances of a mother who has lost her youngest son, and the reason for his death is unknown As the novel progresses,about the mother is known, and also the youngest son s behaviour, attitude and nature is revealed through the narrative agency of the mother and an omniscient narrator The quest of a mother in inquiring several people connected to her son, for the is unjustifiable death, the sham A slow thrilling novel that tries t...

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