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The book was originally published in Malayalamtitled Ente Katha. The book evoked violent reactions of admiration and criticism among the readers and critics. It remains to date the best-selling woman’s autobiography in India.
My Story is a chronologically ordered, linear wihin written in a realist style. In the book, Das recounts the trials of her marriage and her painful self-awakening as a woman and writer. The entire account written in the format of a novel.
Though My Story was supposed to be an autobiography, Das later admitted that there was plenty of fiction in it.
The book, with 50 chapters, follows Aami’s Kamala life from age four through British colonial and missionary schools in Calcutta where she had to face racist discrimination; through the brutal and indulgent relationship with her husband; through her sexual awakening; her literary career; extramarital affairs; the birth of her children; and, finally, a slow but steady coming to terms with her spouse, writing, and sexuality.
She mostly upholds her personal self in her autobiography rather than the political and social upheaval predominant during the war of independence in the then India. Ente Katha was serialised in in the now defunct Malayalanadu weekly, a literary magazine published by S. The novel not only created a literary sensation but even invited the wrath of Das’ close relatives who wanted to stop its publication. Nair, the Editor of Malayalanadu recalls, “Despite pressure from her influential relatives to stop the publication of the work, Kamala remained bold and it proved a roaring hit boosting the circulation of the weekly by 50, copies within a fortnight.
Das had written My Story in English a couple of years back before it was rendered into Malayalam. At the time when she was penning down the memoir in English, S. Nair suggested her to translate it for his weekly. The novel was first published as a book by Current Books in February It is being published by DC Books from August The English version was published in the year by Sterling Publishers, with many changes made to the manuscript which she wrote in The book has been published by Harper Collins India since Poet and litterateur K.
Satchidanandan said, “I cannot think of any other Indian autobiography that so honestly captures a woman’s inner life in all its sad solitude, its desperate longing for real love and its desire for transcendence, its tumult of colours and its turbulent poetry. The book was originally published in Malayalam, titled Ente Katha. My Story may refer to: Her popularity in Kerala is based chiefly on her short stories and autobiography, while her oeuvre in English, written under the name Kamala Das, is noted for the poems and explicit autobiography.
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She was also a widely read columnist and wrote on diverse topics including women’s issues, child care, politics among others. She was born in a conservative Hindu Nair Nalapat family having royal ancestry, She converted to Islam on December 11,at the age of 65 and assumed the name Kamala Surayya. Her open and honest treatment of female sexuality, free from any sense of guilt, infused her writing with power and she got hope after freedom, but also marked her as an iconoclast in her generation.
She was motivated to write this as she became ill and thought will not survive. The book was controversial and outspoken and had her critics gunning her after it was published in ; often shocking eurayya readers with her syrayya conventions and expression of her opinions on subjects in society- more often on the hypocrisy of it.
It also depicts her teenage love towards a neighbor of the same age. Her childhood in colonized Calcutta is also explained vividly.
Her failed marriage, the birth of her children and her extramarital affairs are addressed in this work. She moved away from social conventions and portrayed homosexuality as well. The Sahitya Akademi Award is the second-highest literary honor in India. The Akademi annually confers on writers of “the most outstanding books of literary merit”.
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