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Giuseppe De Lisi De Lisi din 6666 MJ Heteren, Olanda din 6666 MJ Heteren, Olanda

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Giuseppe De Lisi De Lisi din 6666 MJ Heteren, Olanda

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până acum, bucurându-mă cu adevărat de acest lucru ...

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Since joining Goodreads I have begun to read better books, plus I have become more discerning in how I rate them. So, had I read this book a year ago I might have given it a higher rating, but at this point it is now a book that I liked, but not as much as many of the other books I have been reading. This book is more of a character study as opposed to a plot driven story. More of a retelling of each characters life experiences, than a story that is moving forward. I tend to like books that take place in different cultures and era's, so that is a plus with this book. I am always amazed at how much I take for granted. For some reason I expect that people should be treated with respect, and in a humane way. People in many other cultures do not have that expectation. This is another book that draws a pretty bleak picture of women and poor people living in India. I do really appreciate the fact that the author is Indian and grew up in Bombay...she brings a truth to the story.