BOOKS OF THE WEEK

Their Language of Love
By - Bapsi Sidhwa

About the Book :
In this brand new collection of stories, Bapsi Sidhwa returns to chronicling the lives and loves of those on both sides of the Indo-Pak border.
A wife worries for her familys survival during the 1965 Indo-Pakwar. A mother is horrified when she learns that her daughter wants to marry her American boyfriend. An American housewife living in Lahore has a tempestuous affair with a Pakistani minister. An aged matriarch travels to the USA to discover she must confront atraumatic memory from her past.
Finely nuanced, and laced with Sidhwas sharply comic observations, this is a stellar collection of tales from one of the subcontinents most important and beloved writers.

About Author: 
Bapsi Sidhwa is an internationally acclaimed author. Raised in Lahore, Pakistan, she now lives in Houston, Texas. She has written five novels- Ice-Candy-Man, The Pakistani Bride, The Crow Eaters,An American Brat and Water-which have been translated and published in several languages. She has edited City of Sin and Splendour:Writings on Lahore, which was published in 2006.
Among her many honours Sidhwa received the Bunting Fellowship atRadcliffe/Harvard, the Lila Wallace-Readers Digest Writers Award,the Sitara-i-Imtiaz, Pakistans highest national honour in the arts,and the LiBeraturepreis in Germany and the 2007 Primo MondelloAward in Italy.
 ISBN : 9780670086566                                                                 PRICE : Rs. 499.00 

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