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Anita: A Trophy Wife

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Anita: A Trophy Wife
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Westland
  • ISBN-13:  9789386850027
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Book Language:  English
  • Available Book Formats: Paperback
  • Year:  2017
  • Publication Date:  2017-09-15
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Sujatha was the pseudonym of Tamil author S. Rangarajan, one of the most popular authors in Tamil literature; his literary career spanned more than four decades. Of his many works, Anita—A Trophy Wife (Ilam Manaivi) was one of the most well-known.Featuring Advocate Ganesh, of the author’s Ganesh–Vasanth duo, the novel describes the strained relationship between a middle-aged man and a beautiful young woman in poignant and simple terms.It brings out the nuances of a power struggle, while retaining the humour and wit that is a trademark of Sujatha’s novels.At one level a detective story and, at another, a psychological humdinger, in Sujatha’s deft telling, this story acquires a timelessness. Ably translated by Meera Ravishankar, the book is quintessential Sujatha—gripping, perceptive and..
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Sold ByWESTLAND
AuthorSujatha Rangarajan,Meera Ravishankar
ISBN-139789386850027
Edition1st Edition
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
Publication Date (YYYY-MM-DD)2017-09-15
Publication Year2017
CategoryOther (Books)

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Anita: A Trophy Wife

Sujatha was the pseudonym of Tamil author S. Rangarajan, one of the most popular authors in Tamil literature; his literary career spanned more than four decades. Of his many works, Anita—A Trophy Wife (Ilam Manaivi) was one of the most well-known.Featuring Advocate Ganesh, of the author’s Ganesh–Vasanth duo, the novel describes the strained relationship between a middle-aged man and a beautiful young woman in poignant and simple terms.It brings out the nuances of a power struggle, while retaining the humour and wit that is a trademark of Sujatha’s novels.At one level a detective story and, at another, a psychological humdinger, in Sujatha’s deft telling, this story acquires a timelessness. Ably translated by Meera Ravishankar, the book is quintessential Sujatha—gripping, perceptive and superbly written.
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