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  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • The Story That Must Not Be Told
  • Kavery Nambisan
  • English
  • 26 December 2019
  • 9780670084531

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free read ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB í Kavery Nambisan review The Story That Must Not Be Told 103 A poignant unsettling and incisively thought provoking new novel by critically acclaimed author Kavery NambisanThe poor will not go away There are too many of them Looking for work for food for a place to live a place to shit And what do people like you the Vaibhav people say “Stop dirtying our neighbourhood” You will soon be asking the government to throw us out of here Why A Right to Shit card That’s what we need The Right to LiveYou want the people here to accept kindness on your terms You do it as a favour an apology for being rich Is it any wonder that the beggar who accepts your coin and touches it to his forehead has nothing but h. Complex layered narrative of the material and emotional connections people in an apartment with those who live in a neighbouring slumI found it meandering at the beginning and the selection of certain adjectives uite odd I prefer a glossary to weaving contrived attempts at fitting the meanings of non English words in the prose It attempts to challenge stereotypes of slum dwellers and their perspectives on charity work but ends up nauseatingly reinforcing them There are so many people and so things happening in this novel that would be easy to dismiss as a metaphor for urban chaos just for how crowded it feelsThe I think about it the problematic it appears mainly because it is not clear who the intended audience for this book is

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free read ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB í Kavery Nambisan review The Story That Must Not Be Told 103 Atred for youSimon Jesukumar an ageing widower aspires to do something worthwhile with what remains of his circumscribed frustratingly blameless cocooned middle class life His aspirations are stirred by his nagging guilt about the slum next door incongruously and deludedly named ‘Sitara’ The welloff residents of his colony use the inhabitants of Sitara for menial jobs but ignore their real needsSimon’s friendship with his errand boy Velu and the strangely gifted Thatkan propels him towards others from the slum Swamy the schoolteacher who is also the butcher; ‘Doctor’ Prince who has no medical degree; the belt buckle factory owner who. To Read Story That Must Not Be Toldthe title itself urges one to grab the book i did grab it because of that and once i started i culdn t put it down The reason was simple a very real story one can relate to it characters well defined and flow is smooth It is a story of a slum in Mumbai adjacent to a rich locality The story revolves around lives of characters and how the two totally different worlds are co dependent and influence the lives of each other The pleasantness gets disrupted as always but some who being too rich want the slum removed It shows a blend of human categories as there are people who support the existence of the same realizing how their lives were interdependent and thus the conflict drives the story onOn the other side the life of people in slum with its own characteristics is portrayed Read it to get a feel of India that lives in slums The Fetch remains of his circumscribed frustratingly blameless cocooned middle class life His aspirations are stirred by his nagging guilt about the slum next door incongruously and deludedly named ‘Sitara’ The welloff Casos De Direito Galáctico E Outros Textos Esquecidos residents of his colony use the inhabitants of Sitara for menial jobs but ignore their Tales of the Unquiet Gods real needsSimon’s friendship with his errand boy Velu and the strangely gifted Thatkan propels him towards others from the slum Swamy the schoolteacher who is also the butcher; ‘Doctor’ Prince who has no medical degree; the belt buckle factory owner who. To Read Story That Must Not Be Toldthe title itself urges one to grab the book i did grab it because of that and once i started i culdn t put it down The Heart Attack reason was simple a very Timekeepers How the World Became Obsessed With Time real story one can The Blue Hour relate to it characters well defined and flow is smooth It is a story of a slum in Mumbai adjacent to a SQLアンチパターン rich locality The story The Stone Carnation revolves around lives of characters and how the two totally different worlds are co dependent and influence the lives of each other The pleasantness gets disrupted as always but some who being too American Goth (Goode-Grace #1) rich want the slum Further Problems with Pleasure removed It shows a blend of human categories as there are people who support the existence of the same Shift The 12 Tactics Real Estate Agents Must Do Now to Win in a Down Market realizing how their lives were interdependent and thus the conflict drives the story onOn the other side the life of people in slum with its own characteristics is portrayed Read it to get a feel of India that lives in slums The

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free read ¹ eBook or Kindle ePUB í Kavery Nambisan review The Story That Must Not Be Told 103 Employs children to melt brassfor buckles; Tailorboy who has thirteen fingertips to please women; the bizarre and inscrutable Baua; and Nayagan the Leader optimistically called ‘Merciful Diamond’ whose party bosses consider Sitara to be nothing than a captive vote bankAs the story plunges into the heart of the slum bringing the most unlikely individuals to the brink of collision Simon begins to understand that good intentions and small acts of kindness achieve little when faced with the problems of a stratum of humanity he knows next to nothing aboutSimon’s dilemma is ours how can and how should the rich and the not so rich help the poo. This is the author s sixth novel I ve read all her previous five novels Except for the masters I ve seldom found it worthwhile to read beyond five of an author s works But I was curious about this novel set in Chennai nor her first in this category though So I borrowed it from a friend earlier this monthIt s hard to write across economic classes especially in India Kavery has done a decent job of it Except that her book is tightly plotted like a Nagesh Kukunoor script KN believes in making her characters readable no matter how complex they might be In terms of craft this could pall on the reader even if the story itself is gripping I liked The Story even though I had reservations about subjectivities and also about language But the book itself comes from an honest and intelligent mind that is good enough for me