Indian Attachment

Indian Attachment

Non-Fiction, Travel, Travel Writing, Exploration & Survival
Paperback Published on: 27/06/2008
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Synopsis

"An Indian Attachment" tells the story of a love affair between Sarah, a young British woman of adventurous spirit, and Jungli, an impoverished, opium-addicted Sikh temple servant. But this is not just a cross-cultural love story. With totally convincing authority, it immerses the reader in the realities of rural India like no other book, made vivid by a meticulous examination of landscape and a description of the realities of desperate poverty, first in a remote Punjabi village in 1979 and afterwards in a fly-blown, rat- and snake-infested, ramshackle community which grew up around an authoritarian holy man.

  • Publisher: Eland Publishing Ltd
  • ISBN: 9781906011031
  • Number of pages: 244
  • Dimensions: 215 x 135 mm

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