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Lajja Shame by Taslima Nasrin
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Quite interesting. I find many books to be scantily populated with historical information, this book is good with history. Good as allegory. Good as illuminating device.

Nasrin is often characterized as the Salman Rushdie of Bangladesh. After this book came fatwa(s?)... Yet it made me think.
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