Her Mother's Ashes 2: More Stories by South Asian Women in Canada and the United States
TSAR, Jan 1, 1998 - Fiction - 176 pages
Fiction. 17 stories by South Asian women that explore with profound and sensitive insight the inner tenor of womens' lives caught somewhere between places, cultures, and generations. Reviews of the previous volume: Interesting and evocative fiction that provides illuminating -- and often troubling -- insights into the North American life of the South Asian --World Literature Today. Fascinating read ... educational, insightful --Pacific Reader.
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