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പുസ്തകങ്ങളും എഴുത്തുകാരും കഥകളും അനുഭവങ്ങളും സങ്കല്പങ്ങളും യാഥാർഥ്യവുമെല്ലാം ചേർന്നു സൃഷ്ടിക?. A human touching another is love A story touching another that came before it is literature says Ali the protagonist in Ajay P Mangat s Susannayude Granthappura Susanna s library After a point through his book we would lose count of the number of stories or writers that it has touched But it is no namesdropping for the sake of it rather they are so weaved in that you feel they are an organic part of the storyThe story is no different in Umberto Eco s The Mysterious Flame of ueen Loana That I read both in succession was not a coincidence Since Susanna has been waiting to be read on my desk for some months I chose it right after ueen Loana which I had picked up from the Public Library knowing that both had too many books packed inside itThat Susanna is miles ahead of ueen Loana in craft and in how it engages the reader tells one one why it was most talked about book in Malayalam the past year Ali the protagonist alongwith his friend Abhi ends up at Susanna s home in Marayoor for the first time on his uest for the manuscript of Vishadathinte Shareerakhadana by Neelakandan Paramara From there it takes off on an exhilarating journey through the lives of a bunch of people who are connected through the books they read or don t read One of the threads that bind the novel is the reason for Susanna to not read anyAli the protagonist acuires his reading habit at uite a young age having got the old neglected library in the village opened for him alone when he is in fifth standard under peculiar circumstances He asks the readers whether they know the thrill of someone having a library all to himself He reads everything from Bheethiyude Thazhvara written by Kottayam Pushpanath to Jayan Americayil one of the several books released after the actor s death This slim volume apparently made the outlandish claim that the real Jayan is still alive after being secretly taken for medical treatment in US while someone else was cremated in his placeThe earlier part of the book where much of the writings on writers are concentrated Ajay deftfully weaves in trivia from the various additions to the 1001 nights over the years the earliest version of which dates back to the tenth century to ruminations on Elena Ferrante s anonymity and Emily Dickinson s letters to Susan Huntington Among this one of my favourites is on GKChesterton s book on Robert Browning Since chesterton had read Browning a lot he uoted the lines from memory while writing the book sometimes getting them wrong But the publishers corrected them before publishing Borhes used to say that they shouldn t have done that so that we could know all the beautiful changes Chesterton s memory would have done to Browning s linesYet the most beautiful parts of the book are not these recollections although they make for interesting reading Those parts belong to the community of readers themselves Ali Abhi Vellathooval Chandran Amuda Susanna Mathi et al who are all so well etched eventhough some of them just appear in a couple of chaptersIn contrast in Eco s The Mysterious Flame of ueen Loana we are overloaded with the literary references that we are lost in it Infact the novel itself seems to be lost in it despite the interesting premise of an Italian antiuarian book dealer who suffers a peculiar kind of memory loss due to a stroke by which he can remember every line he has ever read from a book but cannot recollect even his name or recognise his family members or remember anything from his own life Yambo the book dealer goes back to his ancestral home where he spent his younger days to try and kindle memories of his personal lifeHe rummages through his old school notebooks books magazines music records newspapers and albums from his younger days which coincided with the rise of fascism under Mussolini in Italy The confusion that he is caught in whether he was a fascist supporter or a rebel in those days as he goes through these is one of the interesting elements in this part It also becomes a kind of cultural history of Italy during the second world war with reproductions of the writings and images from those times The book is filled with the copies of the original illustrations from those times but then slowly the book becomes just that There is only a point to which we can remain interested in what the protagonist read or heard as a kidEco does raise hopes of a deviation at one point when he shifts towards Yambo s romance from his school days and his later adventure climbing up and down steep rocks as part of some daring anti fascist activity But then we are soon dragged back amid his books and his favourite characters Unlike thse case of Susanna all those books happen to be Loana s undoing

Ajay P. Mangattu È 5 review

?കുന്ന വിസ്മയലോകത്തേക്കുള്ള ഭാവനാസഞ്ചാരമാണിത്ഒപ്പംസങ്കീർണമായ മനുഷ്യബന്ധങ്ങളിലൂടെയും മനസ്സിന?. Some birds are not meant to be caged that s all Their feathers are too bright their songs too sweet and wild So you let them go or when you open the cage to feed them they somehow fly out past you And the part of you that knows it was wrong to imprison them in the first place rejoices but still the place where you live is that much drab and empty for their departureShawshank Redumption Red narrate 11 2020


10 thoughts on “സൂസന്നയുടെ ഗ്രന്ഥപ്പുര | Susannayude Granthappura

  1. says:

    Looks like Malayalam literature is out to woo me with its myriad charms unleashed This was the third five starrer in a row Loved everything about this book from its unusual structure the books it talked about the poems the authors and the minor characters than the main protagonists Amuda Thandiyekkan Pashupati Chandran Fathima Krishnan each one carves a niche of his own in this fantastic work I was in a world

  2. says:

    A BR with RebeccaThis book was recommended to me by Heera a former classmate and close friend who is a writer too As Malayalam is not my strong forte decided to BR with Rebecca and here I amEnjoyed this unusual tale of books book lovers and people who think and live differently from the common herd Loved delving through the minds

  3. says:

    “A human touching another is love A story touching another that came before it is literature” says Ali the

  4. says:

    What I liked the most was there was a certain genuinity in the story telling worth of several rounds of re readings too from the perspective of different characters

  5. says:

    Some birds are not meant to be caged that's all Their feathers are too bright their songs too sweet and wild So you let them go or when you open the cage to feed them they somehow fly out past you And the part of you that knows it was

  6. says:

    Not many books leave you with a heavy heart once you finish them and fills you with frustrations of not just of the protagonist but of all the characters big and small There is also something about a well written debut no

  7. says:

    This is the first time that i read a book that has a story that travels through books and references books ans writers at each page

  8. says:

    One of the best reads 👌👌👌Susannayude Granthapura is magical journey through the memmories of a bunch of Humans Spread across the various books and literature wrks across the world it simply flourishes narrating mom

  9. says:

    Read it and you can travel whole around our own insideit gives you such a nice experience

  10. says:

    Riding with the books and writers Feel like me Ali himself