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Few Things Left Unsaid by Sudeep Nagarkar



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  • Book Name: Few Things Left Unsaid
  • Authors: Sudeep Nagarkar
  • Pages: 177
  • Genre: Fiction, Fantasy, Romance
  • Publish Date: Jun 13, 2011
  • Language: English 


Book review:

Sudeep Nagarkar is a well-known Indian author. He has written several books including three novels and a collection of short stories. His novels are titled Aspiration and General Sudda Traaw. 

Both of his novels have earned him several awards. Sudeep also writes for children and has several publications under that banner as well.

His topics vary from tragedy to horror to suspense to romance, but he consistently excels in his craft. One of the things that makes Sudeep's works so captivating is his expressive writing style.

Sudeep's first book was titled The Children of Traaw and was published in 1998. In this first book, Sudeep uses the title to convey his disdain for plagiarism. 

He wanted to use a unique title so that people would not be tempted to plagiarize his work. Additionally, using a unique title made it clear that the author was not referencing any other piece of literature when creating his own story. 

It also communicates to the reader that the story is original and has not been derived from anywhere else before landing in their hands.

Next up is Sudeep's second novel, General Sudda Traaw. This one had an interesting (and unspoken) title as well.

It communicated that the novel was about the general history of India from 500 BC to 500 AD- or from the time when Gautum started his journey to Hastinapur to when he finally reached the palace at Hastinapur. 

For comparison's sake, Gautum's journey from Janma Yoddha to Khandava Khanda took 5000 years, so this timeframe is quite a stretch as well. 

All told, these factors help explain why this novel is titled General Sudda Traaw and can be translated as 'Hastinapur's History.'

It stands to reason that writers may choose similar titles for their subsequent works as well- especially if they are trying to establish an idea of literary quality among readers. 

In his second novel, Aspiration, Sudeep chose a similar title: Aspiration- yet again communicating parallel ideas between his two books. Over time, this may communicate that the author has aspirations of reaching high enough status to inspire others at least on occasion. 

On the other hand, it may communicate that the author believes that inspiration can come from anywhere or anyone and may come in unexpected forms as well.

Ultimately, each unique title communicates something different about an author's thoughts on a given subject and will strike a personal chord with him or her on a subconscious level.

It should also be noted that both books by Sudeep Nagarkar have interesting opening lines as well:

'The seeds of greatness are sown in darkness.'

'The sun never sets on the same place twice.'

Both authors show off their interpretative skills by choosing different opening lines for their respective books. To reference Gautama Buddha's journey again, Buddha did start off at Janma Yoddha (Literally 'birth from the mother') 

where he met Yuddhavalkya (the father). From there, Buddha initiated his journey towards Khandava Khanda (the mother's belly). 

Whether or not this is a coincidence remains to be seen in future readings by interested parties who may interpret these choices differently than their authors intended them to interpret them.

Using an evocative title can help establish an idea of literary quality among potential readers. 

Similarly, choosing an evocative opening line can do much the same thing- communicating complex thoughts through subtle symbolism that only the author knows about personally. 

Basically, using descriptive words effectively displays an inner knowledge that only the author himself possesses through prolonged study and practice.- Jamie Lee Curtis Haverstock


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