eBook Maya download
by Gayathri Prabhu
Author: Gayathri Prabhu
Publisher: Indialog Publications Pvt Ltd (December 1, 2003)
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Maya, lively and curious finds her world limiting to the imagination. Her quest for answers is unending, sometimes silly, often profound, but no doubt strangely perceptive
Maya, lively and curious finds her world limiting to the imagination. Her quest for answers is unending, sometimes silly, often profound, but no doubt strangely perceptive. Something unspoken is slowly breaking its stony heart. The rest of the family is tossing among other unresolved issues – the fate of an unborn child, a mismatched marriage and a sensuous gypsy who outstays her visit. A gentle tale of desires, illusions and fantasy, the book is a journey into the depths of human nature. Publishers: Indialog Publications.
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Gayathri Prabhu (born 1974) is an Indian novelist who currently lives in Manipal, Karnataka. Her most recent book is the novel, Vetaal and Vikram: Riddles of the Undead, published by HarperCollins in 2019.
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Gayathri Prabhu is the author of the memoir 'If I Had to Tell It Again' (HarperCollins, 2017) and the novels 'The Untitled' (Fourth Estate, HarperCollins, 2016), 'Birdswim Fishfly' (Rupa, 2006) and Maya (Indialog, 2003). She presently teaches literary studies at the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities. Books by Gayathri Prabhu. Mor. rivia About Maya.
A writer? A woman living in the Bombay of the twenties and claiming the profession of the pen – a literary foremother, I think at once.
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