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P. K. Balakrishnan (1926–1991) was a Malayalam novelist, critic and historian. His multifaceted interests took him through politics, journalism, public speaking and creative writing. He was a patriot who gave up his studies for the freedom of the country.
Narayana Guru (1954) - an anthology on the great spiritual leader and social reformer of Kerala.
Chandu Menon - Oru Padanam ( Chandu Menon - a Study) (1957) - on the author of the first Malayalam novel 'Indulekha'
Kavyakala Kumaranasaniloode ( The Art of Poetry through Kumaran Asan) (1970) - on the noted doyen of Malayalam poetry Kumaran Asan
Ezhuthachante Kala - Chila Vyasa Bharatha Padhanangalum ( The Art of Ezhuthachan) (1982) - a work on the father of Malayalam literature
Sidhiyum Sadhanayum (Gift of Genius and Nurturing ) (1965) - a work on the craft of novel writing
Balakrishnante Lekhanangal (Articles of Balakrishnan )(2004)
Keraleeyatayum Mattum ( The Essence of Kerala etc.) (2004) - a collection of 20 articles published in various periodicals over a time
Pluto Priyapetta Pluto ( Pluto, my dear Pluto) (1963) - the story of his real life dog named after the Walt Disney counterpart
Ini Njan Urangatte ( And now, Let me Sleep) (1973) - A work originating from the great Indian epic Vyasabharatha ( Mahabharath).
Tippu Sultan (1959) an historical biography
Jaathivyavasthithium Keralacharithravum ( The Caste system and History of Kerala) (1983) - a work in kerala history. "Veritta Chintakal" (Thoughts Apart) (2011) Commentaries on social and political history of India triggered by contemporary events. Collected from articles written in Malayalam daily 'Madhyamam'
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