December 9, 2022

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Review: The Gurkha’s Daughter by Prajwal Parajuly

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Gurkha's daughterStories about Nepalis that are short on description but rich in undercurrents, says Radhika Oberoi in The Hindu.

The prose is taut and sentences deploy a simple syntax. While it is tempting to describe The Gurkha’s Daughter as a collection of eight short stories so neat and precise that each story has a map to demarcate the geography of the narrative, it is also easy to be deceived by the simplicity.

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