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by S. Deshpande

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ISBN:
0861312872
Author:
S. Deshpande
Language:
English
Publisher:
Stosius Inc/Advent Books Division (October 1, 1983)
Pages:
208 pages
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1780 kb
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On 9 October 2015, she resigned from her position on the Sahitya Akademi's general council and returned her Sahitya Akademi award. Roots and Shadows (1983). That Long Silence, Penguin (paperback 1989), ISBN 0-14-012723-2.

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In Indu's ancestral home, that she escaped from so many years ago, nothing seems to have altered. Yet all is different. Akka, the rich family tyrant, is dead. Her large family, though they do not know it, are all on the threshold of great change. And the key to their future now lies in Indu's hands.
  • Cel
I am a big fan of shashi Deshpande and this book is as good as any other works of hers
  • Lanadrta
The plot seems circular and the book mostly consists of the narrator speaking to herself. Some relationships are never fully explained and some plot points are confusing. Considering that this is not usually the kind of book I'd normally read, I assume other people might enjoy the story, but personally, I couldn't stomach most of the book.
  • Ximathewi
Good plot of a story that I went on reading till the end. I enjoyed reading the book.
  • Keath
Read this in my third year as a humanities compulsory. Couldn't have expected a better book by a Indian author. If you're an Indian (and by any chance a girl) you can't miss this. Sad that this book isn't published anymore in hard-copies.