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|September 1, 2009

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“The only statement of revolt the poor could make was to put an end to their own misery. It happened all the time—men lay themselves on train tracks, hanged themselves from trees, consumed rat poison, and women set their kerosene-soaked bodies alight…
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Finalist for the Writers' Trust Fiction Prize and for the Governor General's Literary Award, this powerful new work, about a transgender sex worker in the red-light district of Bombay who is given an unexpected task, is a gripping literary…
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|May 30, 2017

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In The Matka King, a story that pits human nature against love and chance, a landscape of betrayal and redemption comes to life in the red-light district of Bombay, India. One very powerful eunuch, Top Rani, operates an illicit lottery through his brothel, and…
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|April 2, 2007

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Né et élevé à Bombay, Anosh Irani s''est installé à Vancouver (Canada) en 1998. Il est l''auteur de plusieurs pièces de théâtre. Le chant de la cité sans tristesse est son second roman.
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|November 2, 2010

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Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behavior — even the rules governing time and gravity — are set on their heads. This dark and wry fable begins with the narrator waking up and discovering he is missing an arm. He has no idea…
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|November 22, 2006

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Abandoned as an infant, ten-year-old Chamdi has spent his entire life in a Bombay orphanage. There he has learned to find solace in his everyday surroundings: the smell of the first rains, the vibrant pinks and reds of the bougainvilleas that blossom in the…

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The Matka King
In a story that pits human nature against love and chance, a landscape of betrayal and redemption comes to life in the red-light district of Bombay, India. One very powerful eunuch, Top Rani, operates an…
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|April 15, 2005

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Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behavior—even the rules governing time and gravity—are set on their heads. This dark and wry fable begins with the narrator waking up and discovering he is missing an arm. He has no idea how he lost it or how to…
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|May 29, 2009

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From one of Canada’s brightest new literary stars – a startling and beautiful novel about abandonment, poverty, and violence, as well as loyalty, love, and hope, as seen through the eyes of a young homeless boy. It is 1993 and Bombay is on the verge of being torn…
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|March 30, 2010

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“The only statement of revolt the poor could make was to put an end to their own misery. It happened all the time—men lay themselves on train tracks, hanged themselves from trees, consumed rat poison, and women set their kerosene-soaked bodies alight in front of…
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|October 7, 2010

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Iran, 1920. Shapur ha dieci anni e sa che quella notte non riuscirà a chiudere occhio. Il giorno seguente, infatti, suo padre lo condurrà con sé nella città di Yadz, la sposa del deserto, nel negozio di dolciumi più rinomato di quelle parti. Shapur sente già in…