The Love Queen of Malabar: Memoir of a Friendship with Kamala Das, Volume 3

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McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Sep 30, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 278 pages
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Kamala Das (1934–2009) is one of India’s most beloved and controversial literary figures. She was hailed and reviled as the first Indian woman to write an autobiographical cult classic about love and desire. Admirers dubbed her, “The First Feminist Emotional Revolutionary of Our Time.” The tabloid press called her “The Love Queen of Malabar.”
  

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A great read into the personal, spiritual and creative life of Kamala Das but I seemed to lose interest towards the end. Otherwise I enjoyed it :) Read full review

Contents

2 Montreal Laurentian Mountains New York 1995
49
3 Delhi Cochin Kovalam 1997
105
4 Cochin Calicut Malabar 2000
139
5 The Laurentians Montreal 2000
187
6 Cochin 2003
207
7 Cochin 2004
227
8 Cochin Punnayurkulam 2005
245
Epilogue
267
Acknowledgments
269
Bibliography
273
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Merrily Weisbord is an award–winning author, filmmaker, and broadcaster.

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