Desi Tales: Indian and Pakistani Tales

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 5, 2004 - Social Science - 111 pages
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Desi (pronounced they-see) tales is a humorous take on lesser written about elements of Pakistani and Indian culture. From a young generation of liberal leftists that baffle everyone, Pakistan television soap operas, credit card debt, the odd recruits of a well meaning MSA president, reluctant suitors, scarves, mosque administrations to people with unusual shopping habits. Desi tales is a view askew of modern Indian and Pakistani expatriate culture.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
13
Chapter 3
22
Chapter 4
32
Chapter 5
34
Chapter 6
43
Chapter 7
49
Chapter 8
56
Chapter 10
66
Chapter 11
79
Chapter 12
81
Chapter 13
86
Chapter 14
91
Chapter 15
100
Chapter 16
103
Back Cover
112

Chapter 9
62

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Sarah F. Khan was born in Carshalton, England. Her family is originally from Hyderabad Deccan, India. Sarah spent most of her childhood in Karachi, Pakistan. She went to Rutgers University in New Jersey where she was an English major for a tiny bit before changing majors again. She goes to Drexel University in Philadelphia for grad school. Sarah works for Commerce Bank in South Jersey. This is her first book.

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