DR.ROMANTIC BASKAR (Part 1, page 2 of 79)


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Dr. William Stakel (1868-1940) , one of the founders and 'Theoreticians' of the Viennese School of Psycho-analysis , is of the view that normal persons do not fall in love with after puberty only but with the day of birth usually in passing manner often intensively and the choice of love object remains independent of sex , up till the time of puberty."Dessoris period of indifference' and certain sexuo-pathologists have conceived the idea that falling in love with is due to an acute or chronic intoxication with the endocrinic substances of the genital glands.It is assumed that all persons are in a state of receptivity towards love, though some are less which this emotional state is known as "Latent Expectation" and this readiness for love which manifests itself in the form of yearning, breaks forth only during the process of loving.

The Protagonist of this novel,"DR.ROMANTIC BASKAR" and the "Deuteroganist" are not exempted whose manifestations to the receptivity of this emotional state have been more which has been springing up ab ino pectore. The seed of love was sown in the fertile and arable field of their hearts and its growth was propitious due to paternal prop that appropriately watered by which the sapling bloomed into the multi-coloured flowers of concupiscence.There prevailed no chasm of difference between amorato and inamorato' i.e.,. Baskar and Shyamala in the realm of taste, ambition, education, depth of knowledge but in the social status. Baskar was only the son of Ragavachari , an astrologer as well as a prohit with whose meagre income , his family can not make a living. Devoid of succour from Shivasankar, a great politician, it's impossible for Baskar to pursue his studies for the medical profession and it is mainly due to the help of Shyamala , the only daughter of Shivasankar.

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