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A Married Woman by Manju Kapur

I was impressed with Manju Kapur’s ability to make an extra ordinary story out of the mundane lives of a middle class joint family in her novel ‘Home’. However, when I read ‘A Married Woman’, I was awestruck with her sensitivity in dealing with the inner turmoils and conflicts of […]

by March 28, 2011 Review

Difficult Daughters by Manju Kapur

Last week, I finally got to read Difficult Daughters by Manju Kapur. Though, it is her first novel, I ended up reading it only after her later and less popular works like Home and Married Woman. However, after reading Difficult Daughters, I am a bit surprised as to why the […]

by August 11, 2010 Review
Home by Manju Kapur

Home by Manju Kapur

‘Home’ is the first novel of Manju Kapur that I read recently. Though, she attained fame with her first novel ‘Difficult Daughters’, which I haven’t had the fortune to read as yet, her ‘Home’ has indeed stirred my interest in reading her books. ‘Home’ revolves around the family of Banwari […]

by July 14, 2010 Review