From the author of The Last Marathon and The Devi's Emerald, comes a soul stirring hook, that is the first of its kind. Shadows In Cages, is a book on mother and child living in Indian Prisons. In India, a woman prisoner can keep her child, with her in prison, till the child reaches the age of five. Shadows In Cages, throws light, on the emotional aspect, where mother and child, in Indian Prisons are concerned. The author has visited prisons in India and interacted with numerous women inmates and their children. The hook reveals the prison conditions, insecurities, trials, joys, hopes and dreams that women inmates feel and share with their children. Interviews with prisoners, children, social workers, prison authorities and lawyers, make for a very interesting read and a deep emotional experience. The author, with tenderness and humour, takes the reader on a journey, that touches the soul and leaves one frequently with an ache in the heart and tears in the eyes. It's the story of the pain and anguish that mother and child suffer in Indian prisons. Their misery has been captured by Ruzbeh N Bharueha in his hook Shadows in Cages, which looks at the "emotional aspect" of the mother-and-child in Indian prisons as they live through insecurities. joy, hope and dreams. Shadows in Cages reveals the prison conditions, provides interviews with prisoners, children and social workers in the sector, and takes the reader through an emotional journey oflife and its pain... THE HINDU. Based on the accounts of women and children in prisons such as Yerawada in Pune, Tihar Jail in New Delhi and prisons in Haryana and Srinagar. the hook deals with ival life inmates and the day-to-day life of their children behind bars.. SUNDAY MID- DAY This hook undoubtedly shakes the reader deep inside and is presented in a very impressive and a tender manner.. DAINIK TRIBUNE
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Sarang is an original: he writes clearly and beautifully about often bizarre events in a precisely realized world' -Anthony Thwaite, poet and former editor of Encounter. With his debut collection of short stories in English, fair tree of the Void (1990), Vilas Sarang established himself as a writer of great gifts, and one with a unique sensibility and literay vision. His works since- in Marathi and English- have confirmed his reputation as one of India's finest and most daring contemporary writers. The women in cages brings together all his short stories written in English, both previously published and new, brilliantly hisghlighting his singular imagination and style. . From the desecration of a funeral pyre by the simple act of warming one's hands on the blaze to the transformation of a man into a gigantic phallus enticing crowds of devotted as a live symbol of Lord Shiva; from the prostitute who uses the occult to generate numerous vaginas all over her body to a military general who abolishes and entire season for fear of revolution, Sarang presents startling thematic variety , always suggestive of strange and haunting alternative universes that transcend time and space. Gritty and disturbing, and leavened by wit and compassion, The Women in Cages is a masterful attempt at capturing the myraid nuances of modern life.
The sequel to Agenda 21—which Brad Thor called “a brilliantly written, exhilarating, pulse-pounding adventure”—from #1 New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio host Glenn Beck. It was once named America, but now it is just “the Republic.” Following the worldwide implementation of a UN-led program called Agenda 21, the once-proud people of America have become obedient residents who live in barren, brutal Compounds and serve the autocratic, merciless Authorities. Citizens mainly keep their heads down and their mouths shut—but Emmeline is different. When the Authorities took her mother away, she started questioning the world around her. What happened to her mom? Why is everyone confined to grim living spaces and made to eat the same food cubes every day? Why was her own baby taken from her to be raised in the Children’s Village? And are those who got away during the Relocations—the so-called shadow people—merely a rumor? When Emmeline’s questions lead to the realization that she will never see her child again, she decides to escape the Compound. Fleeing the armed enforcers of the Earth Protection Agency, and facing the unknown for the first time in their lives, Emmeline and her partner David run into the shadows in the desperate hope of finding something they’d only heard stories about from those who’d lived before the Relocations: freedom.
In a remote mountain academy, the politically expendable younger sons of the Great Houses study for an extraordinary task. Most will fail, some will die, but the reward for the dedicated few is great: mastery of the andat, and the rank of Poet. Thanks to these men - part sorcerers, part scholars - the great city-states of the Khaiem enjoy wealth and power beyond measure, and the greatest of them all is Saraykeht: glittering jewel of the Summer Cities. There are those in the world, however, who envy such wealth. There are great riches to be had in the Summer and Winter Cities, and only the threat of the andat unleashed holds the enemies of the Khaiem in check. Conflict is brewing in the world. Alliances will be broken and friends betrayed. The lowly will be raised up, the mighty will fall and innocents will be slaughtered. And two men, bound to each other by an act of kindness and an act of brutality, may be all that stands between the civilised world and war. War and something worse . . .
With their most treacherous mission yet behind them, heroes Seregil and Alec resume their double life as dissolute nobles and master spies. But in a world of rivals and charmers, fate has a different plan.… After their victory in Aurënen, Alec and Seregil have returned home to Rhíminee. But with most of their allies dead or exiled, it is difficult for them to settle in. Hoping for diversion, they accept an assignment that will take them back to Seregil’s homeland. En route, however, they are ambushed and separated, and both are sold into slavery. Clinging to life, Seregil is sustained only by the hope that Alec is alive. But it is not Alec’s life his strange master wants—it is his blood. For his unique lineage is capable of producing a rare treasure, but only through a harrowing process that will test him body and soul and unwittingly entangle him and Seregil in the realm of alchemists and madmen—and an enigmatic creature that may hold their very destiny in its inhuman hands…. But will it prove to be savior or monster? From the Paperback edition.
Among the abundant Alfred Hitchcock literature, Hitchcock's Motifs has found a fresh angle. Starting from recurring objects, settings, character-types and events, Michael Walker tracks some forty motifs, themes and clusters across the whole of Hitchcock's oeuvre, including not only all his 52 extant feature films but also representative episodes from his TV series. Connections and deeper inflections that Hitchcock fans may have long sensed or suspected can now be seen for what they are: an intricately spun web of cross-references which gives this unique artist's work the depth, consistency and resonance that justifies Hitchcock's place as probably the best know film director ever. The title, the first book-length study of the subject, can be used as a mini-encyclopaedia of Hitchcock's motifs, but the individual entries also give full attention to the wider social contexts, hidden sources and the sometimes unconscious meanings present in the work and solidly linking it to its time and place.
A mysterious legacy from an old neighbor is a dream come true for the Evans sisters. However, the unexplained phenomenon they encounter soon turns the dream into a nightmare. The search to discover the explanation for these events uncovers secrets that were never meant to be revealed, including murder! Will the search for the truth put all this to rest, or plunge them in deeper?