Brothers
Fiction

Brothers

Overview

The story of Tapti Gaina is intimately linked with the lives of two men, her husband and his brother. Exploring caste, student politics, the freedom struggle and the Emergency, Brothers traces the history of the Gaina family, beginning with their village origins across the emerging metropolis of Ajmer and ending at the height of political power in Jaipur. It is a masterful portrayal of ambition, desire, betrayal and anguish, enacted against the shifting terrain of family dynamics.

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384 Pages | ISBN13 9780670089376
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Manju Kapur
Manju Kapur
Manju Kapur is the bestselling author of four novels, Difficult Daughters (winner of the Commonwealth Prize, Eurasia), A Married Woman and Home (shortlisted for the Hutch Crossword Prize for fiction), and The Immigrant (shortlisted for the DSC Prize). She lives in New Delhi.
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