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K. P. Appan


Karthikayil Padmanabhan Appan (August 25, 1936 – December 14, 2008), better known as K. P. Appan, was a renowned literary critic in Malayalam. Born in Alappuzha, Kerala, Appan worked as a Professor of Malayalam literature at S N College, Kollam, Kerala.
In 2008, K. P. Appan won the Kendra Sahithya Academy Award for his collection of essays in Malayalam, Madhuram Ninte Jeevitham. The award was announced after his death.[1]. He was born in 1963 at Alappy.
Books by K. P. Appan

Kshobhikkunnavarude Suvisesham
Kalahavum Viswasavum
Malayala Bhavana: Mullyangalum Sangharshangalum
Varakalum Varnangalum
Bible: Velichathinte Kavacham
Kalapam, Vivadam, Vilayiruthal
Samayapravahavum Sahithyakalayum
Katha: Akhyanavum Anubhava Sathayum
Utharadhunikatha: Varthamanavum Vamsavaliyum
Innalekalile Anveshanaparishodanakal
Vivekashaliyaya Vayanakkara
Rogavum Sahithyabhavanayum
Charithrathe Aghadahamakkiya Guru
Swargam theernnu pokunnu narakam nilanilkunnu
Thiraskaram
Marunna Malayalam Novel
Penayude Samaramukhangal
Maduram Ninte jeevitham
Abhimuka Sambhashanakal
Charithrathe Ningalkoppam Kootuka


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