Sabah Carrim's new novel: Semi-apes





                   Synopsis of Semi-apes:

Heera, a clinical psychologist, pursues meaning, coherence and integrity. In unearthing memories of her childhood and adolescence, she takes us to the bleakest corners of her family life. She lets us peer into the incongruences of an insular society, and witness how they can force a creator into servitude. Follies, superstition, tradition and unquestioned beliefs clog her world, and the only means of escape is to destroy and recreate.

 




"Semi-apes, a haunting tale, told with urbanity and wit, confronts the reader with a relentless scrutiny of the girls' lives in a close-knit Mauritian community, blowing away our smug beliefs and assumptions about women's situation in our times." P.S Chauhan, Editor, South Asian Review.

"Semi-apes is a powerful literary contribution to Asian Fiction." Mrinmoy Pramanick, Editor, Indian Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies.

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