Book Summary of Gypsy Masala
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|Number of Pages||224|
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Follow your heart, follow your dreams. Beautifully written, Preethi Nair explores the various perspectives of the three main protagonists, around whom the story revolves.I specifically love the narration style and also the way the author has portrayed the struggle. It is not necessary that you ge...
The â??Evitaâ?? section fails to grab the readerâ??s interest in the beginning. It wasnâ??t until I read the â??Authorâ??s Noteâ?? at the end of the book that I was better able to appreciate the â??Evitaâ?? section. Maybe the weakness lies in that this is Preethi Nairâ??s first novel and that the character of Molu/E...
A short work about following your heart and the beat of your own drum. We get three stories from a family of three about what has brought them to this point in their life and what happens when you deny your 'African dancer' and also the consequences of following him. I liked how Nair looked at th...
#13 02/02/06 GYPSY MASALA by Preethi NairRATING: 4/BGENRE/PUB DATE/# OF PGS: Fiction, 2000, 172 pgsCHARACTERS: Evita/young woman mid-20's; Uncle BaliAuntie SheilaTIME/PLACE: present/ London & IndiaCOMMENTS: Told thru 3 viewpoints, each character feels a victim of circumstances and that there...
The title of this book is what intrigued me first, but having finished the book I'm not sure what the connection is meant to be. The African Dancer plays the role of what I could have fantasized a Gypsy would have been. I suppose there is a character in the first story who might be a gypsy, but s...
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