Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories of Love and Destruction

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Penguin Books India, Jan 1, 2009 - Fiction - 185 pages
2 Reviews

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Palash Krishna Mehrotra Writes About Prostitutes, Cross Dressers, Murderers, Drug Addicts, Students And Stalkers, Portraying Their Perversions And Vulnerabilities With Equal Insight, Taking Us Deep Into The Dark And Seamy Soul Of India.

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Set In The Murky Underbelly Of Big Cities And Small Towns, Slums And Dotcoms, College Hostels And Rented Rooms, Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories Of Love And Destruction Is A Collection Like No Other. Gritty, Grim And Depraved, These Are Candid Vignettes Of An India Most Of Us Are Afraid To Acknowledge.

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User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

An India not often seen by Injis, and most often - when glimpsed at all - papered over with Kiplings and Gurujis... Good stuff! Read full review

Review: Eunuch Park: Fifteen Stories of Love and Destruction

User Review  - Rohan Joshi - Goodreads

Good, if not great collection of unsettling stories of love and repression in India. The stories are quick, murky, and more often than not, lacking in definitive resolution. Still works though. Read full review

Contents

Dancing with Men
1
Pornography
23
Nobody Wants to Eat My Mangoes
47
Copyright

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