Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life

A Great Indian Novel Emerges From Another Tongue

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Troubles — like ants — seldom walk alone. In Ghachar Ghochar (Penguin, $15, paper), a new novella by the Indian writer Vivek Shanbhag, translated from Kannada by Srinath Perur, a family is besieged by both and develops a taste for responding with imaginative cruelty.

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Author: SBolithoe

Librarian, author, blogger, presenter, history buff and animal lover.

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