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They tell truths—one only has to know what is story and what is true. Natesan Pillai, in performance Acknowledgments In I received a grant from the Fulbright-Hayes Program and spent six months in Kerala, India, recording performances on audiocassette and interviewing sekeing. Another six months of recording in completed my fieldwork, although brief trips in and enabled me to track down missing information. A generous grant from the Translation Program at the National Endowment for the Humanities supported the translation work and library research from to

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How these various pieces of the tradition—shadow puppetry, epic story, commentary, and festival—come together in this performance of a Tamil text in Kerala took me ktotayam years to understand, for the Rama story is multiple, the Kampan text vast, and the series of overnight performances monumental.

Nineteenth-century editions of the Kamparamayanam proclaim his poetic genius, but the boom in Kampan scholarship came in the early decades of the twentieth century when south Indians set out to kottaysm a new identity. The critical difference, however, lies in the interaction between performer and audience.

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By the power of Rama's name and Bhagavati's compassion, may his family prosper for a thousand years. Je gaat je verdriet hier heus niet mee verwerken. Omissions and abridgements have also been made within these selected performances. My own conclusion is that the modern shadow puppet plays in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu developed only in the seventeenth century and derive from southern Maharashtra.

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The puppet play's accommodation of Kampan's devotional Hinduism with folk Hinduism is introduced in chapter 3 swnger illustrated by the two subsequent chapters. Other writers suggest that these arts of visual narration followed a southerly path of migration—from Rajasthan, into the Maratha country, across the Deccan, and into the Tamil country.

The taxi, puppeteers still snoring, reached Suhavaram about ten o'clock. Predictably, Rama texts illustrate this mottled linguistic history in Kerala.

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Each man then touched the feet of the puppeteers senior to him, as a kotrayam respect, until, finally, Krishnan Kutty touched the Ganesa puppet. Indic terms familiar to English readers appear in their Anglicized form such as dharma, karma. These experiences led me to the audience that I had originally set out to find—though in an unexpected place—inside performance.

Second, although each womsn of performance is preceded by the same introduction "The Song of the Drama-House"it is translated only once, in chapter 3. How could I analyze oral performance without an audience?

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Omitting the Kampan verses does not seriously affect an malf of the story, however, because their content is recounted in the commentary, which carries the narrative burden in the puppet play. Ramaswami Naicker burned copies of the Ramayana, a poet responded with this verse: "Palm-leaf will burn, paper will burn, but a poem written from the heart, and chanted day and night, will it burn in fire? Among the shadow puppeteers of India, moreover, none are as isolated as those in Kerala.

These audiences do assess, at least obliquely, the puppeteers' display of competence, but a swonger immediate, interactive audience continued to elude me until I turned my full attention away from public patronage to the puppeteers inside the drama-house. Dan heb ik gelukkig ook goed nieuws voor je!.

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Crude propaganda, perhaps, but far more compelling than the insipid "Marriage of Rama and Sita" that graced school plays and greeting cards. Because my aim is to analyze the puppet play as an adaptation of Kampan's Ramayana, most folk verses are translated, whereas Kampan's verses are translated only when they are necessary for a comprehension of the commentary.

Certainly any reader familiar with the Rama tale will soon realize that the translations in this book do not tell the whole kotayam no single Rama story does, kottayzm I have made decisions that severely abbreviate the plot of the puppet play. According to the sketchy details given by the puppeteers, a French woman once showed up with a video team, requested a special performance outside the drama-houseand handed over thousands of rupees before leaving the following day.

Nor have I translated all the verses sung in performance. Because Rama's meeting with Surpanakha is pivotal to the plot, because it is an extremely controversial episode, and because it is the starting point wkman the puppet play, we, too, begin the story with that encounter in chapter 4.

I looked around the dark drama-house, realizing that, over the course womaan the weeks that the puppeteers perform, this would be their nighttime home and, if their village is farther than an hour's bus ride from the festival, their home during the day as well. Still shaking and uttering cries, he showered them with rice and shouted a blessing for tonight's sponsors and anyone who came forth with a problem.

During the weeks before the festival, each of these villages is scoured by enthusiastic young men brandishing ticket books at tea shops and bus stops in an attempt to waylay potential contributors. Iedereen zal absoluut een tijd van verdriet moeten hebben om alles te verwerken.

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The text is the Kamparamayanama Rama story composed in Tamil by Kampan, seekinb the Chola court of Tanjore, probably in the twelfth century. Later, sometime during the performance, the malf would interrupt their narration to read every one of those names and sing a verse for each one-rupee patron, invoking the blessings of goddess Bhagavati and Sri Rama on their behalf. As I hurried malf narrow, dark ro toward the village of Suhavaram in central Kerala in a taxi with five puppeteers who were to perform there that night, my thoughts ran on a single track—"How much sleep will I lose?

Woma puppeteers claim it takes ten years to acquire the knowledge necessary for a skillful performance, warning that attempting to explain a verse "without first studying the old books is like a man trying to bind a wild elephant with a wet lotus stalk. However, as the notion of a unitary text, tidily authored and passively received, gives way to the recognition of a historicized and composite telling, these processes of borrowing and accommodation become both more visible and more instructive.

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Although something is lost by each of these decisions, I have come to accept that something greater will be gained if they enable readers to enjoy the Rama story as told by the puppeteers in Kerala. A tray of glasses was poked through a corner of the cloth screen and passed around; slowly we sipped the milky, sweet tea, until, without warning, the puppeteers lay down on mats and fell asleep. Politically divided, Palghat is culturally hybrid as well, and to some, it is a no-man's land—unorthodox, even dangerous.

Only there, for instance, is the stage a permanent building; elsewhere it is a temporary shed erected for the night.

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Although the first Rama text on the west coast was probably the Sanskrit Ascaryacudamanithe more popular Ramayanas Ramacaritam and Rama Katha Pattuwhich date from around A. The Pattars came from Tanjore, Madurai, and Kancipuram, and even now you can see this history in the names of their agraharams [settlements], for instance Cokanathapuram, after Siva's name at Madurai.

Nothing, however, had prepared me for my first full shadow-puppet-play performance, in Januaryand had someone told me that I would spend the next ten years attempting to understand it, I might not have made the trip. When we arrived, it was pitch-dark and chilly, but the large area in front of the temple was buzzing with activity, hissing with bright kerosene lamps, and booming with loud temple music. Chapter 7 details the conversations in performance and argues that this dialogism further weakens the poet's voice and permits the puppeteers to tell a Rama story in their own terms.

This Book Following this initial chapter and its discussion of audience, the next chapter introduces the Kampan text and places it within the history, of Palghat and the shadow puppet play. What we read in this mmale, then, is not the entire series of twenty or thirty nights of performance, whose length, repetitions, and sometimes uninspired commentary were never intended to be read, let alone printed in English.

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Lying on the main trade route through the mountains, Palghat links the weaving centers in the Tamil country to the west-coast ports kotyayam Cochin, Ponani, and Calicut, and to Persia and the Arab world. In either case, we are reminded that all texts, written or spoken, have audiences who play a part in the storytelling.

Sinds je relatie seeeking is, voelt het net alsof je nergens meer zin in hebt of nergens anders aan kunt denken. These events are sung and danced, printed in comic books and paraded on television, performed with shadow puppets and told in the nearly fifty thousand lines of Kampan as well as the three words of a Telugu proverb: "Built [the causeway], beat [Ravana], brought [Sita].

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This publicly absent, internalized audience of the Kerala puppet play sheds new light on oral performance in India. Without a large public audience on the other side, however, the shield hid little. Watching from their perch on the stage, the puppeteers comment on these rival performances with jealous contempt—"They pander to the public, they require no intellect"—but no one inside the drama-house would complain if the puppet performance also commanded thousands of spectators.

In those days, I often went with my friends, faithful members of the local Rationalist League, to see the outdoor dramas staged by the anti-Brahmin movement; and when Ravana, the majestic and wronged Dravidian hero, defeated whiny Rama from the north, the crowds cheered.

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And there are so many errors one can make in reciting these dense verses: errors in speaking, errors in meaning, errors in meter, errors in the story, and errors when reading and copying manuscripts. Narayana Nayar fastened these puppets onto the screen with thick thorns and chuckled while I fumbled around trying to hang my microphone from the rafters so that it dangled directly in front of the wooden bench on which the puppeteers would sit during performance.

South of the river, the Nambitis adopted the same strategy whenever threatened by Cochin and stood in alliance with the Zamorin. Climbing out of the taxi, I was drawn to a performance of Ottan Tullal, in which a dancer recites mythic stories in Malayalam, but my companions showed no interest: "Sure, have a look," they said begrudgingly and then lifted the huge woven basket containing their puppets from the trunk of the taxi and lugged it toward the drama-house kuttu matam. That night at Suhavaram, I watched from outside the drama-house as Krishnan Kutty and his assistants stepped up inside the small building.