Creative Conflict In Literature

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CREATIVE CONFLICTS: A STUDY of the KANNADA POETS-
M. GOPALAKRISHNA ADIGA and K.S.NARASIMHASWAMY
Dr. MekhalaVenkatesh
PG Dep. of English, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Jain University, Palace Road, Bengaluru, INDIA
ABSTRACT
As Kannada literary aficionados are gearing up to celebrate the centenary year of its pioneering modern poet M.GopalakrishnaAdiga (18thFebruary1918)having recently remembered another acclaimed poet K.S.Narasimhaswamy (26thJanuary 1915), it is essential to assess their creative conflicts not just in the best interest of BhashaSahitya(regional literature) but as a study of contemporary poets.
Much hype has been created by admirers of both poets as they looked at Adiga versus K.S.Na(as the poets were fondly addressed) attack and counter attack through their poetry. It is but natural that students of literature look at their favourite writers as celebrities and if such writers oppose each other’s views which again is natural in any field, the difference of opinion should be viewed in favour of growth of literature (as in this case) and not detrimental to it. A shrewd scholar awaits such conflicts between literary stalwarts as their creative angst invariably benefits their writing.
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Gopalakrishna Adiga & K.S. Narasimhaswamy, Movements in Kannada Literature–Navodaya(New Romantic), Navya(Modern) andNavyottara(Post- Modern).
CITATION
APA Venkatesh, M. (2017)Creative Conflicts: A Study of the Kannada Poets-M. Gopalakrishna Adiga and K.S. Narasimhaswamy. Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature-JOELL, 3(4)
MLA VenkateshMekhala. “Creative Conflicts: A Study Of The Kannada Poets-M. Gopalakrishna Adiga and K.S.Narasimhaswamy”. Veda’s Journal of English Language and Literature-JOELL,
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