"While the book is based on academic research, I've tried to write it for the 'interested educated reader'".
Metaphors have never made more sense to me than when these two swapped but intertwined lives personified India and Pakistan, the two newborn countries, whose births were marked by blood, pain and trauma.
Members of each community have reviewed the information that attempts to offer insight into the histories, homes, the clans and tribes that make up each community, the food habits and religious and cultural practices, and the languages, written and oral, they employ.
Honeyman gives Eleanor a personality beyond her mental illness.
I wanted to share my personal reading order of Alice’s work and a glance into what you can expect from each.
The book in question, according to the blurb on UPL’s website, asks noteworthy questions like, “How do [Millennials] identify themselves in the social and national contexts and how can the nation's framework work for their life strategy?”