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The Love Song of Alfred Hitchcock
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The Love Song of Alfred Hitchcock

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The Love Song of Alfred Hitchcock

Maythil Radhakrishnan




Maythil Radhakrishnan, born in the district of Palakkad in Kerala, and currently a freelance writer based in Chennai, has several important volumes of fiction and poetry to his credit. With his obsessive interest in computers, films and entomology, he has charted out a wholly new course for modern Malayalam/Indian literature, and is considered one of the most fascinating alternate voices to have emerged in the last few decades.

V. C. Harris has several books, articles and translations to his credit in both Malayalam and English. He co-translated The Sandal Trees and Other Stories by Kamala Das, and co-edited Routes: Representations of the West in Short Fiction from South India in Translation, published by Macmillan and the British Council, Chennai. He was Visiting Professor in the department of Media Studies, University of Trier, Germany, for a year, and is currently teaching English at the School of Letters, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala.

Praise for The Love Song of Alfred Hitchcock

Maythil Radhakrishnan took the Malayalam literary world by storm when he staged a comeback in the Nineties: here was a fiction-writer entirely cosmopolitan in his choice of themes and his moorings. There are very few in Indian fiction who can compare with this author in artistic innovation, intellectual subtlety and original perception of things and of life. The three novellas here represent all that is newest in Indian fiction.

K. Satchidanandan

Maythil Radhakrishnan ransacks the language of fiction, and blurs the distinction between the short story and the poem.

M. Mukundan

Maythil is a writer’s writer, a master of craft and thought. He operates in the quantum field of fiction.

Paul Zacharia



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