India Gate and other stories
The Stories Are Sharply Evocative And Haunting In Their Exploration Of The Lives Of Women In Contemporary India. The Women In These Stories Are Unforgettable, In Their Struggle Towards Selfrealisation, Their Committment To A Special Feminine Sensibility And The Way They Seek To Define Their Space. At Once Feminine And Feminist, Kannan Addresses The Reader In The Delicate Voice Of Poetry And A Prose Which Has Verve, Wit And A Bold Poise. Her Transparent Translation Retains The Power And Enigmatic Silences Of The Original.
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