Meet the Mukherjees

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Oberon Books, 2008 - Drama - 123 pages
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Aaron and Anita are in lust. They're the last to think there could be any long-term future in the relationship. At thirty, Anita is, according to her mother Chitra, past her sell by date, whilst Aaron is, according to his mother Leticia, a heartless ladykiller. But despite their own uncertainties, the couple can't help but eventually fall for each other.

As their relationship deepens, they have to introduce their families to each other and Anita's mother is not impressed when she meets her future Jamaican born son-in-law for the first time. Aaron and Anita come face to face with the prejudices and fears of both sets of in-laws who seem to group together in opposition to their union. Will their love survive the test?

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Tanika Gupta has written for theatre, radio, film and television. Her stage plays include "Voices in the Wind", "Skeleton", "On the Coach with Enoch", "Sanctuary" (also published by Oberon books) and "The Waiting Room", which won the John Whiting Award. She has also translated Brecht's "The Good Woman of Sezuan" and adapted Gita Mehta's "A River Sutra".

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