Malabar Mind-Poems

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Harper Collins, Dec 1, 2013 - Poetry - 96 pages
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In Malabar Mind, Anita Nair's debut collection of poems, the real and corporeal, landscapes and mindscapes are explored with a fluid ease. From the quirky resonance of Malabar's names to the stressed drone of television newscasters during war time; from the apathy of non-stick frying pans to the quiet content of cows chewing cud, Anita Nair rakes through the everyday, pausing each time for an unusual moment. Love, failure, humor, irony, lust, hope, anguish; beaches, crows, bus journeys, hospitals, just about every aspect of the human existence finds place in this collection of poems written over a decade.
 

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Contents

Mostly a Man Sometimes a
Malabar Mind
The Deciding
The Face Mask
The Soldiers Song
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Anita Nair is the author of The Better Man, Ladies Coupe, Mistress and Lessons in Forgetting. Her books have been translated into thirty languages all over the world. Visit her at www.anitanair.net.

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