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The loss of distinguished poets, novelists, and literary historians in India from the last five decades seems to have been the result of neglecting literature as a discipline that is valued within society. This paper shall examine the last five decades of poetry, literary criticism, and literary history in India by comparing the situation in India with that of other countries.
A brief history of Telugu literature during the period of the rise and dominance of kings and regional kingdoms in India is described. It shall also look at the development of literature by poets such as Pundarika, Kshemendra, Rudrayya, Bhadraditya, Varaha, Kuntala, Bhimanna, the Pusyas, the Mallas and the Pandyas. Indian literary criticism is also discussed and the emergence of a modern literary style that was a response to the cultural changes taking place in the society during the first half of the twentieth century is described.
The emergence of Telugu Drama, which is an important aspect of the cultural life of Telugu, is also discussed. The influence of the Puranas in the tradition of Telugu drama is also outlined. In addition to this, the modern Telugu theatre movement and the emergence of Bhavai in the late nineteenth century is examined. The role of Tammayya and his successors has been highlighted in the development of modern Telugu drama. The five modern Telugu novelists Kama, Pramada, Dharmavarapu, Itti and the modern Tamil novelist Arul are also discussed in the light of their contributions to contemporary Telugu fiction.
The emerging trend of short story writing and the modern Telugu short story is also examined. The role of the feminist movement in the developments in Telugu literature is also examined. This paper will also discuss Telugu literature after Independence. This paper will also deal with the evolution of Telugu poetry and poetry criticism in the last century. It will also discuss the relationship between Telugu and Hindi literature.
A brief history of Telugu literature during the period of the rise and dominance
Category:Indian male poets
Category:Poets from Andhra Pradesh
Category:Recipients of the Sahitya Akademi Award in Telugu
Category:20th-century Indian poets
Category:21st-century Indian poets
Category:21st-century Indian male writers
Category:20th-century Indian male writersIn the age of Obama, being a “millionaire socialist” is actually a good thing.
At least it’s if you are one of the people who’ll be making over $1 million next year.
That is according to the country’s wealthiest people, as revealed by the Forbes 400 list released Wednesday. The list shows that the concentration of wealth at the top of the U.S. has exploded since the economic recovery took hold in 2009 and the Republicans swept into power. The number of Americans on the list — from millionaire to billionaire — grew to 395 last year, from 335 in 2010, from 272 in 2009 and from 200 in 2007.
I doubt that the Forbes 400 pay their income taxes.
So what does this mean?
Pretend that you are an average American (or you are one now anyway).
You make $100,000 a year, which amounts to $8,000 a month.
You need to pay for things like food, rent, and gas.
You’re not concerned with money.
But, and here’s the amazing part, you don’t have to worry that a millionaire is going to drive past you in his BMW and have you fired.
Because the economic recovery has benefited the richest Americans in a profound and unprecedented way, resulting in staggering gains at the top of the economic ladder.
The overall economy is certainly improving, but the conditions at the top have simply been far better.
A record 603 people were on the list this year, up 24 percent from 2010.
The list includes 78 women and 9 African-Americans, up from the previous high of 74 women and 7 African-Americans.
That’s a few more than in the previous decade.
In total, the families on the list earned $1.52 trillion in 2012, up 22 percent from the year before.
The net worth of the 400 increased 17 percent to $