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  1. Gorab Jain Gorab Jain says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookMy wife picked this and I followed in curious to know about Married Woman At the backdrop of Babri Masjid in 1992 the premise is set nicely The character portrayal of Astha with her mental turmoils and lead up to her marriage was also great Even the relationships were etched nicelyFelt the promising start lost its momentum after around 50% The latter part felt rushed up without much impactOverall liked it okay and would love t


  2. Christine Christine says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookLaurel Thatcher Ulrich’s famous “Well Behaved Women Seldom Make History” has a point History tends to ignore or undervalue those who are nameless and do the chores In other words let’s took about Socrates but give Xantippe a bad rep because you know for nagging about where the grocery money was coming from Grocery money is so not important In some ways this is also true about books We prefer to read novels with people doing things discovering things whacking things screwing things Okay maybe screwing people and not things but you take my point Kapur’s novel A Mar


  3. Bhargavi Balachandran Bhargavi Balachandran says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookI remember a few bloggers reviewing Manju Kapur's books positively and had wanted to pick something up by her for the longest time My library had a couple of books by her and for some strange reason I was attracted to this bookGuess it had something to do with the fact that I was intrigued by the storyline about a relationship an older woman has with a younger one and wanted to see how the subject's been handled by an Indian writerAstha is a middle class woman who lives in Delhi with her husband two children and in lawsShe has everything a woman would need but still has niggles of dissatisfaction bubbling in her The story is really about how Astha changes from a unsurecollege girl who has dreams of a mills and boons type hero swooping in and carrying her away to a mature middle aged woman who feels a little alienated in her marriage as


  4. Cheshta Choudhury Cheshta Choudhury says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookSet during 1980 90's India mainly Delhi the story follows Astha through almost 20 years from high school college to married life She has lived a life of an average Indian woman studying till she can having a couple of love interests during those years and then marrying a total stranger on the recommendation of her parents Her husband and his family are renowned people have plenty of money property and her husband loves her or makes love to her freuently Astha thinks she has achieved the pinnacle of happiness But as her children grow up and the husband grows distant and disrespectful she realises that she is not satisfied She has devoted all her life being a good daughter wife and now mother but she realises that she is missing somethingand this something comes to her in the form of Pipeelika Sanskrit for


  5. Em*bedded-in-books* Em*bedded-in-books* says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookIt was pretty disappointing I had expected from Manju Kapur Its the story of Astha an ordinary middle class girl who has an 'arranged marriage' and then comes to know life is not a bed of roses A few stereotypical issues are dealt with with great bias I am fed up that there should be lesbian sex in any book which vouches for woman uplifting Can't women seem hep and forward and in control of their lives without being lesbians or free from the bond of marriage I feel Astha has treated her husband and kids far worse than they have treated her There's uite a lot about the Babri Masjid issue too


  6. Roxana Roxana says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookA few months ago I had the privilege to meet this wonderful young girl who chose to be a missionary and help poor children in India She told me about her trips and experiences there and I realized that to my shame I knew nothing about the reality of this large country As a result of our meeting I became interested in knowing and I found this book in my parents’ house in Romania about India and its spectacular economic boom I am not sure it is the best book ever written about India but I read it with enthusiasm as I had no previous knowledge and it offered me enough information to delineate my own ideasIn my own library at home in Spain there laid a novel written by an Indian woman writer that I had bought in Madrid one day I had tried to read and then had left untouched but not forgotten on a shelf its misteries still to be dis


  7. Maia Maia says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookI wanted to read this after having thoroughly enjoyed Kapu'rs latest The Immigrant a better far superior novel Still I enjoyed A Married Woman the story of what Kapur transmits as a tyical Indian 'middle class' is there tr


  8. Kate Kate says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookI really enjoyed this book however it was a little sad In 310 pages you see Astha's life completely fall apart She falls in love many times but is disappointed in some way in all of them The first one was just a crush the second wasn't parent approved the third lasted the longest but ultimately ended in unhappiness and the fourth one wasn't necessarily society approved Her relationship with Pipee was definit


  9. Ali Ali says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookThis is the third novel by this author I have read and although uite readable it is the one I liked least Although I often felt sorry for Astha and came to dislike her husband I just didn't come to care enough for the characters It is a well written engrossing story so I can't say I disliked it it just left me a little cold The majority of the book tells the story of Astha's marriage Astha is dominated to an extent by her husband she has freedoms than many w


  10. Zen Cho Zen Cho says:

    A Married Woman MOBI À A Married PDF/EPUB or married pdf, woman mobile, A Married pdf, A Married Woman eBookOyo o I took a relatively long time to finish this because I got so stressed about Astha's awful marriage It was like the beginning of The Blue Castle where Valancy is having a hell of a time and you hate her family's guts because they are so horrible At least Kapur had the kindness to end her book at the same time as Astha's relationship with Pip rather than forcing us to live out Astha's long miserable life I hope it gets better later I hope she earns sufficient money from her painting and eventually when her children have grown up she and her husband can kind of uietly drift apart and she can have a better lifeAnyway I thought it was good


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