Love gets a second chance in India

The modern meritocracy of 1990s India is very much to the fore in award-winning author Manju Kapur’s fifth novel, which opens in 1998 and offers a powerful , nuanced exploration of the shifting tectonic plates of old and new India.

5th March, 2011

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By Manju Kapur

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