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Article: யாருக்கு நன்றி!
Category: சிறுகதை (May 2014) Posted On: Aug 17, 2014
Pros: lively Tamil style. good beginning. some insight into human behavior. Cons: Disappointing finale like gulping a cup of watery buttermilk after tasting a tablespoon of Badamkeer. Dr. ananth Sundara-Rajan, Norman, Oklahoma

Article: காத்திருப்பு…
Category: சிறுகதை (Jun 2014) Posted On: Aug 17, 2014
Good, but too long. The Tamil style looks contrived, making the readers attention wander and skip a few lines and even a few paragraphs.

Article: பெரிய மனசு
Category: சிறுகதை (Jul 2014) Posted On: Aug 17, 2014
Superb in every way: appropriate language style, deep insight, and a touching ending. I wish I wrote this story in this style. This story deserves the top prize in any International Tamil short story competition. Congratulations to the author. Dr. Ananth Sundara-Rajan, Norman, Oklahoma

Article: சொல்லாயோ, வாய் திறந்து...
Category: சிறுகதை (Aug 2014) Posted On: Aug 16, 2014
Very good shoer story. But there are two sides to any coin. Dr. Mahadevan, a fine and dedcated phsician was srangled to death by a bunch of lepers under his benign care in Matunga, Bumbay in 1969 because they were jealous of his normality. Very sad, and really sad. Dr. Ananth Sundara-Rajan, Norman, Oklahoma

Article: கப்பல் பறவை
Category: சிறுகதை (Jun 2014) Posted On: Aug 16, 2014
There are two sides to the coin. I have seen and also experienced the drawbacks of all the brothers staying together with their families in one roof. The bickerings and the jealosies. I have also seen the really rotten behavior of mothers-in-law towards even gentle daughters-in-law.I expected more from a prize-winning short story. Dr. Ananth Sundara-Rajan, Norman, Oklahoma