Volume 1, Number 3, Year 2021


Jainambu Barvin
Department of Tamil, T.U.K. Arts College, Karanthai, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.
Mohamed Anwar
Department of Tamil, T.U.K. Arts College, Karanthai, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India.

Published 2021-07-30


  • Sujatha,
  • New Words,
  • Phonetic Verbs,
  • Strategies,
  • Departmental Adjectives,
  • Structural Change,
  • Contextual Change,
  • Linguistics,
  • Stylistic,
  • Stylistic Elements,
  • Creators,
  • Reader,
  • Phonetic Words,
  • Vocabulary
  • ...More

How to Cite

Barvin, J., & Anwar, M. (2021). SUJATHA’S WORKS ON THE BACKGROUND OF LANGUAGE. International Research Journal of Tamil Literary Studies, 1(3), 23–28. https://doi.org/10.34256/vp2133


The purpose of this study is to explore the innovations that creator Sujatha has used in her works and that she has some unique identities in handling language. The explanatory approach approach has been handled based on the thread study of this study. The researcher confirms that Sujatha is also a great creator in the world of Tamil literature. Creators use many elements in their work to convey to the reader the emotions they have received.  The creator can be identified by examining those elements.  The study aims to identify her uniqueness in Sujatha's work. In Sujata's works, the language structure is better than the plot.  His essence has been adopted by later literary men as well.  I am learning a lot from Sujatha in the post-modernist Charu Nivedita uirmai magazine.  Also says my teacher (p.43).  S.  Ramakrishnan says of Sujatha's "chopped verses are a forerunner to those like me today".


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