Along the Red River: A Memoir
Veteran journalist Sabita Goswami has written a unique, unusual and rare autobiography, documenting the extraordinary, single-handed fight of an ordinary woman in the heart of Assam, against family and social obstacles, and her attempt to establish herself emotionally and professionally. An unbiased and ruthless no-holds-barred account of turbulent contemporary Assam in particular and the Northeast in general, the book offers an exceptional analysis of a volatile region and its intricate and complex social and political history. The racy and strong narrative recounted simply and with rare passion, makes this book a compelling read.
Published by Zubaan.
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