45 DOAS : 26.11.2013

STARTED on the 16th of November 2013, I – Divvya Nirula, brought you “45 DAYS OF ART STORIES” the Below Post was first Published on 26.11.2013   “The Future of My Past : The Relevance of NAUTANKI: Resuscitation Needed   NAUTANKI in its colloquial usage, as slang, has come to mean for most North Indians, the dramatic reactions and actions of an individual or group with regards to a … Continue reading 45 DOAS : 26.11.2013

The Existential reflected in Camus’s “The Outsider”

In The Outsider, (or some of you might know it as The Stranger) Albert Camus gives us one man, his dead mother, a stranger, a lover and a murder. Intrigued? I was too, and today bears witness to my 9th read of this book. Published in 1941, this was Camus’s first ever novel to be published.  Why did I title this post “The Existential reflected … Continue reading The Existential reflected in Camus’s “The Outsider”

Antonin Artaud Part II

Yesterday we left Artaud urging the true Surrealist to amputate the mind! In fact Artaud takes this directive further and claims that the ‘surrealist’ has judged the mind and in doing so he has discarded with the “my” and “only mine” aspect,  thereby making him – emotionless and dreading the moment in which he will find himself with a critical mind. So free of the … Continue reading Antonin Artaud Part II