Friday, 2 March 2012

Another Spun Article


Today I found another article copied from my Ezine articles without any signatures. It has also been spun in the fashion similar to the previous article. This website is just amazing in my opinion. There is nobody to contact or inform about the oversight.

Here is the article I submitted to Ezine with my signatures.

[My sincere attempt to compare two articles by highlighting words with an emphasis on expertise of Mr. Spinner is here, in your service, but I do intend to revisit this article and compare every sentence.]


Malgudi Days: Nostalgia


The stories are simple yet moving. Some of these stories do have elements of suspense thrillers and almost all of them have healthy humor and existential question marks do come out dancing at the doors of your understanding in some of the stories. These stories as a whole look like celebration of life in all its forms.There is a common theme in all these stories: A person in a unique crisis. This might be crisis of faith or existential nightmare or a peculiar event. What really makes these short stories leave an indelible mark on your memory is: Coherent and very identifiable characters who are struggling for better living or for more happiness. You find that you are in these stories, your neighbour and your friends are also there and that sexagenarian old man who used to tell you great stories of his youth but rarely used to find any audience except you is there in these stories. It seems that these are stories of the village where you used to stay in your childhood. Malgudi Days has become part of memories of great old days which make many of us nostalgic. As I watch these episodes again after a long time, I find that the characters are so intriguing and so perfectly played by some very good artists. The credit indeed goes to great stories written by R K Narayan. Without these stories it would have been impossible to create such profound impact by these episodes.
Late Kannada actor and director Shankar Nag directed this television series. Anant Nag has enacted a lot of characters in many episodes. My verdict on his performances is-he is a great method actor and he has accomplished his job with utmost of sincerity. Almost all other actors have done their due with convincing art. As for the masterly direction-it just amazes you every time you watch these episodes. There are a few goofs but they were almost inevitable and if you accept them with entirety of the comely stories, you are left with something very significant to appreciate. Carnatic Musician L. Vidyanathan composed the score for this series and this is one of those musical pieces which stay with you. The sketches shown at the beginning of each episode were done by cartoonist R. K. Laxman.
Nothing better than Malgudi Days has ever happened to Indian TV in my opinion. Anything which came close to it was Byomkesh Bakshi. In both of the cases, stories were profound and well appreciated and artists, who chose to work on them for TV avatar, took the project with a great degree of earnestness.
You want to visit Malgudi after watching any story and want to become part of those interesting conversations. You want to hear a lot more of those gossips and rumours. You want to sit with villagers near wells and talk about everyday life. You want to witness that most uproarious but yet most linguistically and existentially significant conversation between Muni and USA tourist. You want to be amongst those villagers when that cat inside a vessel is jumping from place to place inside the store and they are scared that a ghost is making those noises.
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Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/6844896

Here is the article on website which is so fond of putting Ezine articles without signatures of authors.



MALGUDI DAYS: NOSTALGIA
The stories are basic however moving. Some of these stories do have elements of suspense thrillers and almost all of them have wholesome humor and existential question marks do come out dancing at the doors of your understanding in some of the stories. These stories as a entire look like celebration of life in all its types.There is a widespread theme in all these stories: A person in a distinctive crisis. This may possibly be crisis of faith or existential nightmare or a peculiar occasion. What actually makes these brief stories leave an indelible mark on your memory is: Coherent and really identifiable characters who are struggling for far better living or for more happiness. You locate that you are in these stories, your neighbour and your buddies are also there and that sexagenarian old man who employed to tell you wonderful stories of his youth but hardly ever used to locate any audience except you is there in these stories. It appears that these are stories of the village exactly where you employed to stay in your childhood. Malgudi Days has become component of memories of great old days which make many of us nostalgic. As I watch these episodes once again after a extended time, I discover that the characters are so intriguing and so perfectly played by some very good artists. The credit indeed goes to excellent stories written by R K Narayan. Without these stories it would have been impossible to generate such profound impact by these episodes.
Late Kannada actor and director Shankar Nag directed this tv series. Anant Nag has enacted a lot of characters in numerous episodes. My verdict on his performances is-he is a fantastic technique actor and he has accomplished his job with utmost of sincerity. Nearly all other actors have accomplished their due with convincing art. As for the masterly direction-it just amazes you each time you watch these episodes. There are a few goofs but they had been virtually inevitable and if you accept them with entirety of the comely stories, you are left with some thing really substantial to appreciate. Carnatic Musician L. Vidyanathan composed the score for this series and this is one particular of those musical pieces which remain with you. The sketches shown at the starting of every episode had been done by cartoonist R. K. Laxman.
Nothing much better than Malgudi Days has ever happened to Indian Tv in my opinion. Something which came close to it was Byomkesh Bakshi. In each of the cases, stories had been profound and nicely appreciated and artists, who chose to function on them for Tv avatar, took the project with a great degree of earnestness.
You want to visit Malgudi after watching any story and want to grow to be component of those intriguing conversations. You want to hear a lot much more of those gossips and rumours. You want to sit with villagers near wells and talk about everyday life. You want to witness that most uproarious but yet most linguistically and existentially significant conversation between Muni and USA tourist. You want to be amongst those villagers when that cat inside a vessel is jumping from spot to place inside the retailer and they are scared that a ghost is creating those noises.