Silence! The Court is in Session

by

Vijay Tendulkar

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A devotional Hindu poet.

Tukaram Quotes in Silence! The Court is in Session

The Silence! The Court is in Session quotes below are all either spoken by Tukaram or refer to Tukaram. For each quote, you can also see the other terms and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one:
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). Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Oxford University Press edition of Silence! The Court is in Session published in 1996.
Act One Quotes

SAMANT. You’re quite right. The great sage Tukaram said… at least I think it was him—

BENARE. Forget about the sage Tukaram. I say it—I, Leela Benare, a living woman, I say it from my own experience. Life is not meant for anyone else. It’s your own life. It must be. It’s a very, very important thing. Every moment, every bit of it is precious—

Related Characters: Benare (speaker), Samant (speaker)
Page Number: 61
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Tukaram Term Timeline in Silence! The Court is in Session

The timeline below shows where the term Tukaram appears in Silence! The Court is in Session. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
Act One
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Samant begins to quote Tukaram, a great sage, but Benare cuts him off, explaining that she, “a living woman,” is... (full context)