உங்க படைப்புகளிலேயே இது தான் ப்ரமாதம் ஸார்!
அது சரி.. நீங்க தான் அகஸ்தியனா?
அடப்பாவமே..நீங்க எந்த காட்டிலே இருக்கீங்க? -கடுகு
SSSS எனபது Simply Super; Superbly Simple -ஐத்தானே குறிக்கும்!!!!
Dear Kaduhu: You are exemplary in the Code of Ethics of Publication. You acknowledge the source - Mrs. Caudle’s Curtain Lectures that inspired you, keeping yourself above board without implication of plagiarism, incidentally providing a resource for literature treasure hunting. You adopted Douglas Jerrold, adapted to South Indian milieu, adept in writing, did better than Jerrold, in that, yours is monologue by Ambujam, leaving the feeble responses of Punju to our rich imagination. There is an Ambujam in many married women, to a lesser or a greater degree in consonance with a bit of uxorious Panju in most married men.There are a lot of parallel interests between us. We love same authors, both in English and Tamil. I wish I had met you in Delhi, when I was at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences. I would have basked in the company of the Delhi-based stalwart writers and benefited from their rich repository of literature and their sense of humor.The complete New Yorker comes in a hard drive, with every issue from February 1925, complete with Cartoons and ads in the original New Yorker Issue and has fascinating articles by R.K. Narayan.
Dear Anon, Thank you for your detailed comments. How I wish you have written your name! I was living almost behind AIIMS in DelhiI have the Complete New Yorker in 6 DVDs!If you have them, you may search for William Hazlettt Upson.I intend posting one of his humorous stories in the next post -Kadugu
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