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Main : fiction, food, India, short stories


ISBN: 9781876756017
0.150 kgs
215 x 137 mm
151 pp
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The Anger of Aubergines
Bulbul Sharma

Food as a passion, a gift, a means of revenge, even a source of power - these are the themes Bulbul Sharma explores in her collection of stories. Women weigh up the loss of a lover or the loss of weight; they consider whether hunger and the thought of higher things are inextricably linked; they feast and crave and die for their insatiable appetites.

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Lovers of food and fine literature will adore The Anger of Aubergines, and will relish the journey through the tempestuous nature of cookery, the struggle for the perfect pakora, and the aftermath of a divine meal.
The Melbourne Times

[These] stories make for entertaining reading, but, be warned, they will whet the appetite and inflame the senses.

Grass Roots
Food as a passion, a gift, a means of revenge, even a source of power - these are the themes Bulbal Sharma explores in her collectin of stories. Women weigh up the loss of a lover or the loss of weight; they consider whether hunger adn the thought of higher things are inextricably linked; they feast and crave and die fot their insatiable appetites.
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