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swamidhason Francis

22, Little Flower Street, Raman puthur
Nagercoil, India

Email: swamidhason@gmail.com

Born in Nagercoil, Kanyakumari district, South India, to Catholic parents, Francis and Veronical, in 1956, Swami Dhason Francis had his early education in Nagercoil and obtained his M.A and MPhil degrees in English from Madurai Kamaraj University. He had worked as lecturer in English, HOD/ Dept. of Humanities and Sciences and vice principal in a private polytechnic college, before he moved to Libya in 2006 and joined El Margeb University, as an Asst.Prof. in English, where he is currently teaching English literature. He was conferred with Ph.D. degree in Biblical Interpretation by Al Medha University, Idaho, USA for his dissertation ‘Relevance of Judas beyond betrayal: a literary approach’ in 2009. His wife Delphine Mary is a PG teacher in a Govt. higher secondary school in Kanyakumari district; his son Franson Varun Richo is an Asst. Prof. in FX Engg.College, Tirunelveli and his daughter Febina Rexy is working in TCS, Chennai. His first novel ‘The Iago Trial’ was published by Writers workshop Culcutta in 2010. His other works are "The Betrayed Disciple' [2013], 'Unshackling an Apostle" [2014], and "The Imperial Inquest" [2014] all published by Notion Press, Chennai, India.

Interests: reading, discussing literature and writing.

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: No

 

Published works:

Fiction

  • The Iago Trial: Tush Never Tell Me
  • The Iago Trial
  • The Iago Trial
  • The Betrayed Disciple
  • The Imperial Inquest
  • Nonfiction

  • Unshackling an Apostle [Judas in Christology]
  • Poetry

  • Warriors and Lovers
  • Dreams and Reality
  • The Peak is really Lonely
  • Walking to Her Eternal Home
  • My Singing Star
  • The Dirty Shoe Mender
  • Visions Beyond the Horizon
  • The Lone Survivor