Re: Multiple Perspectives in Telugu Short Story

V. Chowdary Jampala (cjampala@quark.dayton.net)
Mon, 22 Sep 1997 10:30:59 -0400 (EDT)


On Mon, 22 Sep 1997, Jagdish Bisa wrote:

 
> What other Telugu authors employed multiple PoVs successfully in their
> short stories and novels?

	ataDu-aame (vols 1-4) by uppala lakshmaNaraavu comes to mind
immediately. Then there was paamu-niccena (I think) by ganginEni
venkaTESvara raavu. Didn't chanDeedaas employ different POVs for some of
the chapters in himajvaala?

	Which POV (or how many POVs) to employ depends upon the needs of
the story and to what elements in the story that the author decides to
give the importance. I don't think that there is a golden rule that would
apply in all situations.

	Regards		-- V. Chowdary Jampala