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Anita and Me
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Feminist Fight Club by Jessica   Bennett
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When I Hit You by Meena Kandasamy
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How do you give stars to a narration of abuse, tolerance, anger, reproach, and all things wrong in a marriage? I am too stunned to write a review!
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We go through such meaningless terms and coin some merely for bemusement. As I kept reading through, the sensibility of being around these people grew on me. They seemed real and carved in flesh so brilliantly with the translator's
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Bookless in Baghdad and Other Writings on Reading by Shashi Tharoor
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“… there is something very strange and childish in the way grown-ups feel about their clocks—in that respect, I was never a child. I am willing to agree that the clock is probably the most remarkable thing that grown-ups ever produced. Grown-ups have it in them to be creative, and sometimes, with the help of ambition, hard work, and a bit of luck they actually are, but being grown-ups, they have no sooner created some epoch-making invention than they become a slave to it.”
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“She is tired of it all—tired of this endless cycle of death and birth, tired of investing any hope in the next generation, tired and frightened of finding more human beings to love, knowing full well that every person she loves will someday wound her, hurt her, break her heart with their deceit, their treachery, their fallibility, their sheer humanity.”
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