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The work of the author is to paint the eighteen years of national history as the background of this story.

Between and many wonderful incidents happened in the history of our Motherland. While he was a student in the National College, Tiruchirappalli, he took part in the non-cooperation movement and was arrested Again he was incarcerated twice, in and in for participating in the freedom movement. His political experiences during this period made him portray excellently and thus his novels are true to life. From the entrance of Gandhiji into the political field to his tragic end on , many important incidents are delineated with great understanding.

His novels also picture with faith the social life of his time. Love, marriage, family life, social set-up, administration and even corruption and the black-market, the act of prohibition are vividly described. Hudson, the study of literature is a form of travel in one way 10 and while we glide through Kalki's novels we become acquainted not only with the great Pallavas and the glorious Cholas of the middle period but also with the Gandhian era.

This sort of communication of experience is an important characteristic of his novels. Structure "Structure will simply mean interconnection between elements or qualities" 11 or it is the "sum total of the elements that make up a work". Story is the fundamental aspect of all prose fiction. As said earlier, Kalki's novels are based upon the past or contemporary events.

The structures of Kalki's novels, except Ponniyin Selvan, are good because the stories are under the control of the novelist during construction. In Ponniyin Selvan, the story is as vast and wide as the Chola Kingdom itself so that it develops beyond the control of the novelist and seems to be rather loose in structure.

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The beginnings and endings of Kalki's novels reveal some special features. Besides the conventional beginnings and endings in Alai Osai, Kalvanin Katali, Sivakamiyin Sabadam and Ponniyin Selvan, some of his novels begin with a conversation between the author himself and a character of the novel.

Apalaiyin Kannir begins with such a conversation and its ending is also striking. The hero of the novel, all through his life, fights against the black-market, but alas! Poiman Karadu also begins with the novelist's experience at a tea-party. This sort of beginnings and endings provide his novels with flesh and blood.

In fact, Poiman Karadu develops without any major incident.

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In this novel, there happens one horrible murder but nobody dies and a fire accident with nobody injured. Even then the story is interesting and the structure good. Kalki has also introduced some psychological effects into his novels.

Sita's hearing of the noise of the waves in Alai Osai is one such. It is an indicator of the forecoming joy or sorrow and Surya describes it as a divine power.

Another feature of structure is the novelist's direct intervention into his novels. When Abirami is waiting for her brother in Kalvanin Katali, Kalki interferes and comments like this: "Abirami! Oh poor Abirami! Don't think that your brother will return within a minute. He will not come back.

Hereafter God alone is your Companion. Muttaiyan, in Kalvanin Katali enters Kalyani's house through the roof in order to take revenge but suddenly and unexpectedly he meets her there.

Kalki leaves them there looking at each other and goes about explaining some past events. In the same way, he pushes Magudapathi before Karkkodakkavandar's rifle and turns to describe the heroine's sorrows leaving them to remain in the same helpless position in Magudapati.

There are many instances in Ponniyin Selvan and Alai Osai where the novelist enters directly and comments upon the events. Of all, the structure of Solaimalai Illavarasi is the most complex one. The author combines two stories, one that happened in the early nineteenth century and the other in the year and narrates them side by side skilfully. The characters of the two stories are the same but with different names, the incidents are not the same but similar.

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With these two stories in one novel, Kalki manages to picture two periods. This type of structure exhibits Kalki's power in combining two stories of different periods into one. Characterisation The creation of character is the foundation of good fiction and in fact, the events of a novel flow logically from the nature of the characters. In a period where there were only detectives, his Kalvanin Katali sowed the seed for revolution in characterization. The hero of the novel is a thief and with unusual individuality and powerful imagination, he makes the readers sympathize with the hero.

The descriptions of his affection for his sister Abirami and his love for Kalyani move the readers and compel them to take part in their joys and sorrows.

It is no exaggeration to say that this characterization of a thief successfully inaugurated the change in the taste of the readers from detective novels to social novels.

Yet, another feature of charactization is his intermingling of fictional and non-fictional characters. All the four non-historical characters figure from the commencement till the end of the novels. Even in his social novels the imaginary characters are familiar with Gandhiji's personality, Nethaji's heroism and Nehru's vision. Another feature is that Kalki makes his imaginary characters take part in the actual events of the day. Kumaralingam, Magudappathi, Sivaraj, Surya, Tarini and Pattabi are connected with the political movements of the day and among them Kumaralingam and Magudapathi participate in the famous August movement.

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In Solaimalai Ilavarasi he mixes the experiences of a patriot with an imaginary prince and paints on the canvas, the political history of a hundred years in myriad hues and shades. The other thing to be mentioned is the number of characters in Alai Osai, which is the story of a generation like Tolstoy's War and Peace 15 and in Ponniyin Selvan.

They are several in number and Kalki gives due importance to all the characters. This feature of introducing numerous characters is rare in Tamil novels. In addition, there is more than one heroine in Alai Osai and Kalki leaves to his readers to decide as to who is the heroine, Sita or Tarini or Lalitha.

In the same way, Parthibara Kanavu develops upon the disguise of Narasimhavarma Pallavan. In fact, the whole interest lies in the disguise of Narasimhavarman. King Narasimha Pallava also meets Sivakami at Vatapi in disguise and Surya in Alai Osai escapes from the police in the disguise of an ascetic. Like Alexander Dumas, Kalki utilized the device of creating original and duplicate in his novels.

Naganandhi - Pulikesin in Sivakamiyin Sabadam. Another feature is that Kalki's villains in the sociological novels are not so clever and charming as his villains in the historical novels. The creations of Naganandhi Adigal and Nandhini are in no way inferior to other villains of the world whereas the villains of his sociological novels are dull and drab. The freedom in creating characters in social novels is more restricted than in historical novels and this may be the reason for this shortcoming.

Some of his characters are created in such a way that they live for ever in the hearts of the readers. Humour Kalki introduced healthy humour as against the dull and the vulgar.

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This section may contain an excessive amount nobel intricate detail that may interest only a particular audience. Aug 14, Jawakar Selvaraj rated it alaj liked it. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.Dec 17, Arjun added it. They are several in number and Kalki gives due importance to all the characters. It is no exaggeration to say that this characterization of a thief successfully inaugurated the change in the taste of the readers from detective novels to social novels.

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