Ajith Thilakasena

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Ajith Thilakasena (born 7 October 1933) is a Sinhala writer[1][2] who deviated from the conventional use of language, creating his own version suitable for the modern age. His short stories are not only different from other Sinhala writers, in the use of the language, but also unique in style.[citation needed]

Works[edit]

  • Sathuro (1960)
  • Wanadanawa
  • Adata Obina Basa
  • Para Dige film script. directed by Dharmasena Pathiraja (1985)
  • Mada Viramaya
  • Mal Veni Gal (1978) Poems
  • Rali Suli (1991)
  • Saadaya (1992)
  • Subarathriyak Ahawarai (1984)
  • Sunnadooli (1970)
  • Aumuma Saha Peedawa
  • Rathriye Purwa Bhagaya (1976)
  • Pituwahal Kara Sitiddee (1964)
  • Sanskrutika Kaanthaarayak Kara... (1987)
  • Arunalla Watenakota Withara (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wickramaarachchi, Saman (17 May 2006). "A fantasy among critics". Daily News (Sri Lanka). Archived from the original on 19 October 2012. Retrieved 28 March 2011.
  2. ^ Sivakumaran, K. S. (25 August 2004). "Sinhala short stories in Thamil". Daily News (Sri Lanka). Archived from the original on 4 June 2011. Retrieved 28 March 2011.