Subhash Awchat - Literary Career

Literary Career

Awchat wrote the novel Madam in memory of Smita Patil, a collection of short stories, and a book of essays. His book Studio was collated from diaries that Awchat wrote over a period of 20 years. Studio is dedicated to Smita Patil and opens with a poem dedicated to Patil, who was a childhood friend of Awchat's. Awchat talks about the book: "Studio does not explicitly deal with my art, but the undercurrent of art is forever present. Here, in my own way, I have expressed my idea about art, among other things. I have tried to explore the need for an artist to step out of the immediate urban microcosm, and into the rural India."

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