Glimpses of Autobiography

Glimpses of Autobiography

What you would have seen, Had I wrote one

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Author: roy t james
Length: 24 page(s)
Written: Dec 2013
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Category: Biographies & Memoirs » Memoirs  |  Work: Story / Narration
Keywords: Autobiography, kerala, India, common man, village

Uncommon anecdotes of a common man, who likes to remain faceless

This series of autobiographical anecdotes written by a "common man with an uncommon family" of Roy T James, who started writing in 2014 after retirement from Navy. These cover his early years in India with his family, his dreamer father, his mischievous brother, and his very strict grandmother. The stories are listed in chronological from his early years in school, his college years, His unique upbringing by an unconventional father, whose escapades forms many business ventures. He recounts the achievements and failures of his ideas that shaped his determination to achieve his dreams. He had included several humorous stories, such as the rational of the lunch box for his brother and the author, along with several stories of eccentric relatives, business associates, and friends who left a lasting impression on an impressible young man growing up in India.

The book presents a good, light hearted description of his homeland and his family members, especially his brother and his grandmother's personalities. This book takes a humorous and honest look about his his father's dreams of becoming a successful business man, while narrating a stream of failed missions.


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An officer in Indian Navy, who after retirement, has chosen to convert to books, the jewels of his experience. For he was lucky to have had, in the form of colleagues, subordinates and superiors, a real, wide cross section of India, and quite a bit of the rest of the world. Hence it so happened, as during those years he being quite at home with people from entirely different backgrounds and consequently offered a kaleidoscopic view of society, he couldn't but reflect on human transactions in many colors, each of them leading to a horde of imponderables, human or non human, living and non living. Published four books, 1) The Unsure Male, a new look at the differences between male and female and what it does to evolution. 2) Caste: The Unexplored Territories, a new, bold, and different study of a perennial and the most potent social issue in India. 3) Glimpses of Autobiography, few thoughts, reflections and personalities that could have found a place in his autobiography, if he wrote one, and 4) Hubs that Provoke, a collection of the irrational, in what we see as some of the basic foundations of our life as a society.

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