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Monday, July 22, 2019 - Buy FRANCIS ITTY CORA book online at best prices in india on Read FRANCIS ITTY CORA book reviews & author details and more at. Francis Itty Cora is a bestselling mystery novel in Malayalam by author T. D. Ramakrishnan. . Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. Francis Itty Cora (the most accepted English rendering of the Malayalam title ഫ്രാൻസിസ് ഇട്ടിക്കോര) is a bestselling mystery novel in Malayalam by.

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Among the historical characters include Vasco da Gama and Hypatia. The current global knowledge include Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse and primacy of Kerala school of mathematics. Like The Da Vinci Code , this novel is of Christian background and tries to convince the reader an alternative possibility of what happened in the past in the Nazrani community of Malabar. The novel although a brilliant alternative of the supposed history of mathematics and Christianity in Kerala, got mixed reviews among the readers. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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Francis Ittikkora. Manjaveyil Maranangal. Sugandhi Alias Andal Devanayaki. Sugandhi Enna Andal Devanayaki. To get the free app, enter mobile phone number. It is a one way traffic street it seems. Females strangled almost to death, women bleeding to death after a heady orgy; such is the sexual liberation Itticora propounds. The chemistry between the male and female principles here echoes with classic accuracy the war propaganda with which the Pentagon defended its bloodbath in Abu Gharaib prison in Iraq: But his valorization of Itticora as the spearhead of anti-caste ventures seems as flaccid as the sexual freedom the novel professes to put forward, in fact the two mirror each other.

However, this picture sits odd with the rest of the case: And the greatest of all fortunes was to be able to give birth to a child of Cora.

The attitude ingrained in these words reiterates the same inferior mentality the low-caste were required to have towards Brahmins in the early times.

And as Uma Chakravarti aptly puts it, oppression is at its best when it works invisible and the oppressed start believing in its own inferiority. Similar is the case of his many women in the novel, freedom for the low-caste and women definitely comes with a price.

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A recent article on the novel by K. Nirmalkumar, for MLS cites Iyala Kotha as an example of emancipated woman, which can be only true if one can accept the oxymoron that submission means emancipation.

Such a doe was always there in the Kalappura, just that he will use her on some days. The rest of the days, she has complete freedom. All those who had treated him as a kid, now started paying their respect. His father gave him complete command of the Ponnani Pandikasala…the Chinese and the Arabs came in search of him…To the Coras, women were a commodity like all other things they bought and sold. If she brings a fortune, sell her in retail or whole sale.

Even though retail sales were more fruitful; they used the women for those back-stage tricks that guided their business. Freedom if at all, is conducive to performing gender and caste in particular ways, the mentality is of the casteist feudal male: And here, in one of the chats at their so called intellectual hub at the discourse centre, Rekha brings up the idea of freedom which the devadasis of the past had in Kerala. Of course they had freedoms a casteist wife did not have, but then again, that freedom was also inextricably linked to their performing their feminity in prescribed ways and this is also the shared fate of all female characters in the novel.

Liberation whether of caste or gender is a misnomer here, as it is inevitably decided by whether they are sexually or economically viable, and mute, even happy acceptors of the Cora code. Judith Butler writes thus: And again as Foucault aptly puts it in The History of Sexuality, sexuality has always concentrated extremely potent transfers of power that have exerted considerable influence on the regulation of social order.

Rewrite history. Playing their fine-tuned feminity women mirror the black pepper Cora made a fortune of. From one stereotype she gets fixed to another, instead of a chaste saint, here we have a hot little slave to season and spice up male libidos, just like the black pepper, Cora thrived on. It is still the same old business of sugar, spice and all that is nice, for women in the Cora world.

The sale, it seems, is all that matters and the sales go on just as the wars always have. After reading, Francis Itticora I feel that there is a strong tendancy to objectify women as objects of trade and pleasure. Posts Archive. An instance can exemplify this when a new member who is a friend of IK Morigami joins the cannibal club; the president of the club asks a question of the new member: Sugar, Spice and All that is Nice: Morigami speaks thus towards the end: I season delicacies, the banquets of kings, and the luxuries of the table, Both the sauces and the tenderized meats of the kitchen.

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