January 24, 2021

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Review: The Blind Lady’s Descendants by Anees Salim

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With exquisite humour and language that sparkles, Anees Salim surpasses himself: The Hindu

BlindLadyThe blind lady makes her appearance on page 100.

Does blindness run in her family? The protagonist’s memoir, his farewell note, his chronicling of family woes, call it what you will, it’s probably the last thing he’ll ever write.

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