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1 Anjum Hasan
Lunatic in My Head
Zubaan and Penguin; New Delhi, India; 2008; 978189884050; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
The 1990s. Itís raining in Shillong. Eight-year-old Sophie Das has just realized she is adopted, but there is also the baby kicking inside her motherís stomach whom she is dying to meet. IAS aspirant Aman Moondy is planning a first-of-its-kind Happening and praying the lovely Concordella will come. College lecturer Firdaus Ansari is going to finish her thesis, have a hard talk with her boyfriend, and then get out. Poetic, funny, tender and reflective, Lunatic in My Head is a moving portrait of a small town. And of three people joined to each other in an intricate web, determined to break out of their small-town destinies. Printed Pages: 344. 023249

Price: 7.95 USD
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2 Anjum Hasan
Neti, Neti: Not This, Not This
IndiaInk/Roli Books; New Delhi, India; 8186939512 / 9788186939512; Softcover; New; 
Anjum Hasanís definitive ďnew BangaloreĒ novel, Neti Neti, returns after five years in a fresh edition with a brand-new cover. Twenty-five-year-old Sophie Das has moved from Shillong to Bangalore in search of work, fun and liberty. Neti, Neti follows Sophie and her free-spirited friends through offices, pubs, call centres, night streets, shopping malls, rock concerts, and the home of Bangalore's newly rich, as Sophie starts to feel more and more alienated in the money-mad city. A horrific murder sends her back to her hometown where her hamlet-quoting father and increasingly religious mother are chasing their dreams. Will Sophie be able to pull back from the brink and find herself a home? Neti, Neti is one of the first Indian novels to bring to vivid life the situation of a young woman in the big city, and to do so in a way that balances cynicism with wit, warmth with uncertainty, existential doubts with the pulls of the everyday world. Printed Pages: 287. 108488

Price: 8.75 USD
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