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  • అంతర్జ్వలన

    Antarjwalana

    Pages: 160
    Language: Telugu
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ఆధునిక జీవితాన్ని ఆశించి, ఓ దిగువ మధ్యతరగతి కుర్రాడు చేసే అమెరికా ప్రస్థానం ఎలా ఉంటుంది? వాళ్ళ జీవితాలని డాలర్లలో ఊహించుకునే మనం అక్కడ జరిగే ఎన్ని విషయాలను తెలుసుకోగలం? తెలుసుకున్నా ఎంతవరకు అర్ధంచేసుకోగలం? వాళ్ల అనుభవాలతో, అంచనాలతో, విజయాలతో, వైఫల్యాలతో, అక్కడక్కడా చేసుకునే ఆత్మవంచనలతో మనం సహానుభూతి చెందే అవకాశాన్ని అందించిన మంచి నవల. అమెరికా జీవితాన్ని అరమరికలు లేకుండా విప్పి చెప్పింది ఈ 'అంతర్జ్వలన'.

- ఎ.వి.రమణమూర్తి.

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The big American dream attracts immigrants in droves. The process of going through several steps before getting the precious green card is fraught. One has to go through several ordeals and conduct himself beyond reproach to avoid deportation. During the last four decades, Indian students have been going to the shores of the USA in pursuit of this dream. This book serves as a useful guide to all those dreamy-eyed Indians for it shows the travails of the protagonist before he turns his dream into a reality. The author well versed in the craft of writing has blended some of his experiences with the stories he had heard from his friends and wove a story that made a page-turner of a book. I have finished his book in one sitting and thoroughly enjoyed it. I particularly enjoyed the denouement at the end. The USP of this book is it holds the readers' interest right till the last word.
This book of concern to the young students in India has won the award in a competition conducted by the expats in the USA who must have gone through the same steps the protagonist had traversed. Therein lies the irony of life.
I congratulate the author for crafting a short and fascinating novel and for winning the award. Here is wishing him more laurels in the years to come.