Translator(s)/ Editors(s): K S Subramanian
Publisher: Sahitya Akademi
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788126026609
In Go Back to Paris, the eminent Tamil writer, Jayakanthan Captures with sensitivity the conflict between tradition and modernity in two realms-art and personal life.
Musician Sarangan returns to India with idealistic fervour to modernize Carnatic Music. He encounters a hard rock in Seshiah, his patriarch father, a veena virtuoso for whom music is divine.
Lalitha, a creative writer, is torn between her passionate love for Sarangan and her devout attachment to her noble husband. It is no conflict between dharma and adharma, but a conflict between one dharma and another. An uneasy equilibrium results.