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by Manju Kapur

Author: Manju Kapur
Language: English
Publisher: Random House India (2006)
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Rating: 4.8
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Manju Kapur's sensuous pages re-create an intimate world where family groups sleep in the open air on the . Kapur writes with quiet intelligence and wry, deadpan humour.

Manju Kapur's sensuous pages re-create an intimate world where family groups sleep in the open air on the roof and wash themselves in the yard in the dewy cool of morning, where love-making is furtive and urgent because another wife may be listening, and women's lives move to a complex choreography of cooking, washing, weaving and mending, growing, picking .

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another awesome book by Manju Kapur. This is the story of a patriarchal north Indian cloth merchant family.

another awesome book by Manju Kapur. A well-to-do family whose patriarch had fled from Lahore during partition and who set up a small cloth shop in Delhi. This novel depicts their rise, the growing joint family, their adjustments,the small (occasionally mammoth) desires and hopes, the sacrifices, the growing tiffs, the way they manage to live together inspite of constant day-to-day power struggle among the women. The typical another awesome book by Manju Kapur.

Manju Kapur (born in Amritsar, India) is an Indian novelist. Her first novel, Difficult Daughters, won the 1999 Commonwealth Writers' Prize, best first book, Europe and South Asia. She teaches English at Delhi University under the name Manjul Kapur Dalmia. She studied and received an . in 1972 from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada, and an M. Phil from Delhi University. She is married to Gun Nidhi Dalmia; they have three children and three grandchildren, and live in New Delhi.

Manju Kapur lives in New Delhi, where she is a teacher of English Literature at Miranda House College, Delhi University

Manju Kapur lives in New Delhi, where she is a teacher of English Literature at Miranda House College, Delhi University. Her first novel, Difficult Daughters (1998), received tremendous international acclaim, won the Commonwealth Prize for First Novels (Eurasia Section) and was a number one best-seller in India. A Married Woman (2003), her second book, was described by Julie Myerson as 'enthralling, convincing, absorbing. A magnetically alert, deeply readable novel.

When it became appropriate for her to unbend her head, and take stock of her situation, she could not but notice the general meanness of her own quarters compared to the rest of the house.

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Read Home, by Manju Kapur online on Bookmate – A bestseller in India: Three generations of Delhi shopkeepers confront a changing worldHome tells the story of Banwari Lal and his family, merchant. A bestseller in India: Three generations of Delhi shopkeepers confront a changing world. Home tells the story of Banwari Lal and his family, merchants in one of the oldest districts of Delhi. An immigrant from Pakistan, Banwari Lal believes in fate, faith, and hard work. He comes to India after the Partition and opens a sari business.

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A tender story of three generations of the Banwari Lal family who are all involved in the family business of selling cloth in Karol Bagh. I loved the Indian atmosphere and became engrossed in the family tensions; the men struggling to adapt their business to changing fashions and the women jostling for position in the family home. Find similar books Profile. In the meantime, if you know any books with non-binary main characters you think we should include, please let us know.

Manju Kapur lives in New Delhi, where she is a teacher of English literature at Miranda House College, Delhi University. Her first novel, Difficult Daughters, received tremendous international acclaim. Her second novel A Married Woman was called "fluent and witty" in the Independent, while her third, Home, was described as "engaging, glistening with detail and emotional acuity" in the Sunday Times.

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