Warrier's Collage on Wednesday January 25, 2023

Welcome To Warrier's COLLAGE On Wednesday January 25, 2023 Bhavnagar Bharuch Sea Link https://fb.watch/ieoSO_WAlF/ (Modern India) Good Morning 🌅 Some readers are unhappy about the long size of Collage. Selective reading is one option for them. Nice Day M G Warrier A Messages/Responses 1) C V Subbaraman The most selfish ONE letter word: I This is what I wrote on 2nd January 2023: The Malady of Ego The Conscience of Self stands elated high In all visible forms, from Earth to Sky; It grows like mushrooms, wild after the rains, To stain the pure lush green grass on the plains. The showers are the wild thoughts about oneself Pouring within the mind, gathered like pelf, Not any worthy, but singing a song In constant boasting of self all along. The “I” within springs in the mind to ride On a horse that comes in the form of pride, That soars like the fictional unicorn, Unmindful of fellowmen’s rightful scorn. The ego within grows like a balloon Forgetting that it is set to burst soon, For the feeling of self within the brain Will explode someday under unfelt strain. Men with ego ever eager to show Dominate the scene, and fail not to crow Their assumed importance over others, Like a proud peacock of its own feathers. But once their colour is truly revealed, Tho humbled, still scurry to find some shield, The Narcissist is firm so deep inside Since dies not the sad malady of pride. Such men for ever remain beyond cure As their amour propre they can’t abjure. Subbaraman 02.01.2023 2) Sitendra Kumar Dear Shri Warrier, The first thing in the Collage which filled my heart with pride is the logo of G20. India on ascent on the cusp of big leap forward and no less flattering was the temple in New York which also served mouth watering South Indian delicacies. GOD blesses in various ways. 'Stay Connected' by Shri Warrier and 'Quest' by Shri Revathy Nair are the thought provoking articles. Shri Warrier's constructive comments on 'Rapping Youth Talent' , ' Taxing Thoughts' and ' Revamping Cooperative Structure ' are topical and ought to be implemented with greater alacrity. On ' Taxing Thoughts' , we shall be hearing in detail on the budget day. Shri Babusenan's article, highly praiseworthy, is one of the best examples of poetic justice. Inspite of his being called names, he was honoured by the intellectuals. Bertrand Russell was friend of Nehru. The Collage, a treasure trove, I salute. Regards, Sitendra Kumar B Current Affairs Artificial Intelligence : Madras Courier https://madrascourier.com/opinion/ai-the-future-of-work/ C Collage Essay : Vathsala Jayaraman An author's woes by Shri Babusenan induced me to write on literary criticism. What Is Literary Criticism? Literary criticism is the practice of studying, evaluating, and interpreting works of literature. Similar to literary theory, which provides a broader philosophical framework for how to analyze literature, literary criticism offers readers new ways to understand an author's work. Examples of literary theories include new historicism. queer theory, critical theory, and post-colonial theory. Continued at H D Collage shopping : Brand Malayalee* https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-india-64315370 How Ukraine war led to a new Indian beer in Poland *Link shared by Deepa Sugathan, London, U K E Collage Books Leapfrog By Mukesh Sud & Priyank Narayan https://www.amazon.in/Leapfrog-Practices-Thrive-success-workplace/dp/0670096717 Review This book provides a toolkit for envisioning possible futures. -- Errol D’Souza, Director, IIM Ahmedabad A must-read for professionals and entrepreneurs from all backgrounds. Mukesh Sud and Priyank Narayan have succinctly encapsulated the six fundamentals needed to thrive in any career. Exciting gyaan, intelligibly packaged from IIMA and Ashoka. -- Sanjeev Bikhchandani, founder, Naukri.com Pragmatic ideas for a thriving career -- Aditya Ghosh, Co-founder, Akasa Air; Former President, Indigo Airlines Leapfrog is most relevant in today's context. It offers some of the finest academic research in a practical, real-world framework. This witty and engaging book should be part of every young professional's library. -- Ashish Dhawan, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Ashoka University In this uncertain and complex world, it is reassuring to have a robust framework to leapfrog ahead. Mukesh Sud and Priyank Narayan offer such an elegantly synthesized set of practices reflecting the current state-of-the-art with wonderful stories and examples. -- Rishikesha T. Krishnan, Director and Professor of Strategy, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore Media Response January 23, 2023 Read about happy life This refers to the book review "Practices for a happy life" (The Hindu Business Line, January 23). Book reviews published in the Business Line are a blessing for book lovers who may not be able to procure many books but still want to remain updated about new books flooding the market. Choice of books and reviewers by this paper help readers to get a feel of good books without really investing in them. Review of the book "Leapfrog" authored by Mukesh Sud & Priyank Narayan, by Chandu Nair has to be seen in this context. The reviewer recommends the book for those embarking on a career and for those seeking to find new direction. Together the target audience comprise the educated youth. Both the authors have long and relevant experience behind them which has gone into the organisation of the book. M G Warrier Mumbai F Collage Movie Review https://indianexpress.com/article/entertainment/movie-review/nanpakal-nerathu-mayakkam-movie-review-mammootty-8392000/ After a gap of more than three years we watched a Malayalam movie in theatre on Sunday January 22, 2023. Nanpakal Nerathu Mayakkam is different from traditional South Indian Movies. I liked the movie for the way in which certain social dilemmas are presented. Frankly, despite the subtitles in English, I couldn't catch up with the fast conversations and the story line. Doesn't matter as I will not be questioned by anyone about the story later. G Quotes about lawyers https://www.brainyquote.com/topics/lawyer-quotes Like : There is no better way of exercising the imagination than the study of law. No poet ever interpreted nature as freely as a lawyer interprets the truth. Jean Giraudoux H Continued from C What Is the Purpose of Literary Criticism? The purpose of literary criticism is to broaden a reader’s understanding of an author’s work by summarizing, interpreting, and exploring its value. After giving the text a close reading, a critic formulates a comprehensive literary analysis that can inform or challenge another reader’s understanding of the text. The practice of literary criticism creates space for readers to better understand the beauty and complexity of the world through literature. 1. Historical-biographical criticism: Historical-biographical criticism examines literature through the perspective of the author’s historical context. This approach assumes that the significance of a particular piece of literature is inextricably linked to its historical context. 2. Moral-philosophical criticism: This literary criticism style approaches literature based on its ethical merits. Moral-philosophical critics evaluate literary works based on the moral statements and judgments the characters and author express throughout the literary text. 3. Sociological criticism: Sociological criticism evaluates literature based on its relationship to society. The sociological criticism method examines the author’s status in their society as well as the effect that the literary work had on its audience within the society. One form of sociological criticism is Marxist criticism, which examines how a specific work of literature affirms or rejects oppression within class systems. 4. Psychoanalytic criticism: This form of literary criticism examines literature based on the psychological desires and neuroses of the characters within a particular piece of literature. Psychoanalytic critics believe that an author’s unconscious thoughts are expressed through their work. 5. Practical criticism: This study of literature encourages readers to examine the text without regard to any outside context—like the author, the date and place of writing, or any other contextual information that may enlighten the reader. 6. Formalism: Formalism compels readers to judge the artistic merit of literature by examining its formal elements, like language and technical skill. 7. Reader-response criticism: Reader-response criticism is rooted in the belief that a reader's reaction to or interpretation of a text is as valuable a source of critical study as the text itself. 8. New criticism: New critics focused on examining the formal and structural elements of literature, as opposed to the emotional or moral elements. Poet T.S. Eliot and critics Cleanth Brooks and John Crowe Ransom pioneered the approach in the mid-twentieth century. 9. Post-structuralism : Post-structuralist literary criticism abandoned ideas of formal and structural cohesion, questioning any assumed universal truths as reliant on the social structure that influenced them. 10. Deconstruction: Proposed by Jacques Derrida, deconstructionists pick apart a text’s ideas or arguments, looking for contradictions that render any singular reading of a text impossible. 11. Feminist criticism: As the feminist movement gained steam in the mid-twentieth century, literary critics began looking to gender studies for new modes of literary criticism. Benefits of Literary Criticism 1. Literary criticism expands your worldview. By examining works of literature through different approaches to literary criticism, you expand your understanding of the world around you. 2. Literary criticism helps you better understand literature. Literary criticism can give you the tools to study, evaluate, and interpret literary works like novels, short stories, and poems. If you want to write a critical essay or book review about a particular piece of literature, reading other examples of literary criticism can help you learn how to frame your point of view. 3. Literary criticism creates opportunities for new styles of writing. With a vast number of approaches, the practice of literary criticism creates space and context for authors to create works of literature that push boundaries and break new creative ground. Actually all literary works including ithihasas, puranas have become popular only due to commentators or critics. Somtimes critics excel the origibal authors. Vathsala Jayaraman


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