|Year of Publication
|xii, 174p. ; 210x148mm.
|Literature - Essays & Short Stories
Weaving stories has been primarily women’s domain since time immemorial. When women write, they speak from their hearts; emotion flows and carries the readers with the powerful currents. Women directly bear the brunt of family life fall outs, be it oppressive family and social rules and confinement or physical abuse when they don’t comply and submit. Even if they remain silent, submissive, their very existence makes them get intimidated. This volume, Writing Woman Anthology: Personal Essays and Short Stories, Volume 3, has exceptional stories from 13 African and Asian writers that brings together the diverse themes that humans struggle with in order to reconcile with emotions and conditions, which are depicted with realistic verve. Each story has a compelling narration of women’s pain and suffering.