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  • Paperback
  • 291
  • Poetics of Conduct Oral Narrative and Moral Being in a South Indian Town
  • Leela Prasad
  • English
  • 13 April 2018
  • 9780231139212

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    Sringeri being one of my favorite place i enjoyed this book page by pageI found this book informative about Sringeri and people living thereauthor has compartmentalized this book so well it starts with a very clear and detailed description of the town temples and monasteryPeople of Sringeri is also known for their hospitality which is potrayed so well in addition to this aspects of tradition customs and ascetic lifestyle generally observed in the town made me knowledgeable Author's conversation with the people of Sringeri is recorded in this book which was very interesting and got lot of ideas how Sringeri was in ancient days completed with a feel of contendedness


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Poetics of Conduct Oral Narrative and Moral Being in a South Indian Town

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Fute or relate to text moral authority and community Lived understandings of ethics keep notions of text and practice in flux and raise uestions about the constitution of theory itself Prasad's innovative use of ethnography poetics philosophy of language and narrative and performance studies demonstrates how the moral self with a capacity for artistic expression is dynamic and gendered with a historical presence and a political agen.

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Leela Prasad's riveting book presents everyday stories on subjects such as deities ascetics cats and cooking along with stylized publicly delivered ethical discourse and shows that the study of oral narrative and performance is essential to ethical inuiry Prasad builds on than a decade of her ethnographic research in the famous Hindu pilgrimage town of Sringeri Karnataka in southwestern India where for centuries a vibrant local cult.

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Ure has flourished alongside a tradition of monastic authority Oral narratives and the seeing and doing orientations that are part of everyday life compel the uestion How do individuals imagine the normative and negotiate and express it when normative sources are many and diverging Moral persuasiveness Prasad suggests is intimately tied to the aesthetics of narration and imagination plays a vital role in shaping how people create re.