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What The Body Remembers - Shauna Singh Baldwin Reviews

The Story of Undivided Punjab
Jun 05, 2020 02:01 AM Read
Story of Undivided Punjab. Very interesting on the whole and very sad in parts. Being a Bengali I compared the status and condition of the Bengali women in that era and found a lot of similarity. The story of the partition was heart rending. I had spent 4 years of my life-1937 to 1941 in Lahore ...Read More

One of the best Interesting Story
Dec 01, 2017 07:36 PM Read
Hi Friends, What the Body Remembers is one of the best interesting story written by Shauna Singh Baldwin. This story is based on 1947 partition. In this story two women marry with same man. The one is young girl Roop who marry Sikh landowner and she became the second wife of Sikh. The firs...Read More

One of the best Interesting Story
Sep 01, 2017 03:53 PM Read
What The Body Remembers Is one of the best story written by Shaunaa Singh Baldwin.the story is base on 1947 partition. in this story two women marry with same man.the one is young girl Roop who marry with Sikh landowner and she became the second wife of Sikh.the first wife of Sardarji Satya h...Read More

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STORY OF PUNJAB VERY INTERESTING AND SAD!!
Apr 09, 2017 03:14 PM Read
Story of undivided punjab . it is such good writing but the book had ruffled edges, and though new, it looked like it had been lying dumped disappointing. readability and story of the book is good. very interesting on the whole and very sad in parts.the story of the partition was heart rea...Read More

This may be the best Indian historical novel
Dec 25, 2016 05:57 PM Read
For about a week and a half, I was absolutely cleared up in the realm of Roop and Satya, the two spouses of Sardarji Singh, a well off Sikh landowner who likewise acts as a designer for the British Indian government in 1940s Punjab. Through the lives of these ladies, the tale of the urgent battl...Read More

Body spoke for the mind and conscience
Sep 07, 2016 05:51 PM Read
Written from a Sikh point of view against the Indian independence movement, the novel is indeed a delight to read. It is the stories of two Sikh women Roop & Satya; and a Sikh man Sardarji, with their associations. It is a novel of some 605 pages. Its theme based on individuality with a theme of...Read More

Retrospective
Apr 14, 2001 05:17 PM Read
''Again I am born a woman, a foolish girl-child who has entered the world with her eyes wide open and so will never lower it before a man. Foolish girl-child with two whole lungs to scream and a body that remembers the thoughts remembers the un-thought, the good deeds and the bad….'' Wo...Read More

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