Gendethimma pp 76-85 | Cite as


  • Srikrishna Alanahally
Part of the Modern Indian Novels in Translation book series (MINT)


Gendethimma had gone to Ulimavu with the intention of staying there for just a day. But even after two days the thought of leaving Ulimavu didn’t cross his mind. He’d got so used to his step mother-in-law’s large, awe-inspiring frame that it was no longer insufferable. The advice that his father-in-law gave him off and on those days about the ways of forging ahead in life no longer reeked of rascality like it had done before.


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© Vinuta Krishna Alanahally & P. P. Giridhar 1998

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