Friday, May 13, 2005


Sujatha seems to have caused ripples with his poignant, frank, casual essay on aging, retiring neurons, death and faith among other things. That he had managed humour in it and that it affected different folks in different levels is ofcourse very commonplace for Sujatha. Most of his brilliant works are similar.

But look at the essay next week. He brings in Vasanth with a joke or two completely in contrast to last week and is especially impressive in his ability to not fall into a trap of monotony. He can look at his own essay, change the tone and manage to be young at heart despite his claim of old-age.

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