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- Rat Rebellion
Kingsley Nnnamdi Onye
- Records of a Family of Engineers (Large Print Edition)
Robert Louis Stevenson
- Rihani - The Darkness
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4 Anthologies & collections Large print books available
1. Rat Rebellion - Kingsley Nnnamdi Onye
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Rat rebellion is a story about the exploitation of African leadership on their hapless down throdden citizen amidst abundant natural resources available to him and his people.
2. Records of a Family of Engineers (Large Print Edition) - Robert Louis Stevenson
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Large print edition, with easy-to-read text, of Harte's classic work.
3. Rihani - The Darkness - Maria Rigoni
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Rihani is a young sorceress who lives on a small isolated island in the Pacific. When the outside world finally comes into contact with the island, it is devastating. Rihani and her people have to fight to survive against diseases, cruelties, and annihilation from the superior outside world. The Islanders deep-rooted beliefs and rituals are the strongest weapons they have to fight against the dominance and mastery of the invaders.
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'River of Flesh and Other Stories' brings together twenty-one stories about trafficked and prostituted women by some of India's most celebrated writers-Amrita Pritam, Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay, Indira Goswami, Ismat Chughtai, J. P. Das, Kamala Das, Kamleshwar, Krishan Chander, Munshi Premchand, Nabendu Ghosh, Qurratulain Hyder, Saadat Hasan Manto and Siddique Alam, among others. Jugnu, in Kamleshwar's 'River of Flesh' ('Maas ka Darya')-stares at a lifetime of servitude as age and disease take hold; Ismat Chughtai creates the unforgettable character of Lajo in 'The Housewife', a carefree young woman who must conform to society's idea of decency, or risk being branded a whore; in 'Heeng-Kochuri', by Bibhutibhushan Bandyopadhyay, a boy growing up near a red-light area discovers the adult world of patrons, connoisseurs and customers-as well as savouries offered to young boys as bribe; and in Manisha Kulshrestha's 'Kalindi', a son looks in through a window and his life falls to pieces around him. An unprecedented anthology-for its subject, as well as for the range of authors and translators who are part of it-'River of Flesh and Other Stories' offers a harsh indictment of this practice of human slavery, too often justified-and occasionally glorified-as the 'world's oldest profession'.
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