Review: Land Where I Flee by Prajwal Parajuly


Prajwal-Parajuly-Land-Where-I-FleeManjula Narayan reviews Land Where I Flee in The Hindustan Times

A nuanced book about family, about relationships and about people striving for individual freedom in a society that compels them to hide their innermost selves, Land Where I Flee has no black and white characters. The grandmother with her caste pride is also an admirable woman who raised her grandchildren by herself and, instead of the usual revulsion of eunuchs evident everywhere in India, has a close bond with her servant Prasanti.

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