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In this book we find the author at her best, writing with subtlety, and a rare sensitivity about men and women trapped in relationships and situations often not of their making. Written over the past three decades, the stories in this volume weave a magical web of emotions that is testimony to the unusual depth and range of Shashi Deshpande's writing.

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