Black Candle (2020)

Black Candle Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Black Candle Poems include All In My Head The Arranged Marriage At Muktinath At The Sati Temple Bikaner Bengal Night Boychild The Brides Come To Yuba City Burning Bride Burning Bride Burning Bride The Durga
  • Title: Black Candle
  • Author: Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
  • ISBN: 9780934971232
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
Black Candle Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni Poems include All In My Head The Arranged Marriage At Muktinath At The Sati Temple, Bikaner Bengal Night Boychild The Brides Come To Yuba City Burning Bride 1 Burning Bride 2 Burning Bride 3 The Durga Batik Family Photo In Black And White The Garba The Garland The Gift Gouri Mashima The House I, Manju 1 I, Manju 2 In The Hinglaj Desert Journey The Living Goddess SpeaPoems include All In My Head The Arranged Marriage At Muktinath At The Sati Temple, Bikaner Bengal Night Boychild The Brides Come To Yuba City Burning Bride 1 Burning Bride 2 Burning Bride 3 The Durga Batik Family Photo In Black And White The Garba The Garland The Gift Gouri Mashima The House I, Manju 1 I, Manju 2 In The Hinglaj Desert Journey The Living Goddess Speaks Living Underground Dacca 1971 The Makers Of Chili Paste Making Samosas Mother And Child My Mother At Maui My Mother Combs My Hair My Mother Tells Me A Story Nargis Toilette The Quilt The Rainflies The Rat Trap Restroom The Robbers Cave The Room Sondra Song Of The Fisher Wife Sudha s Story 1 Sudha s Story 2 Sudha s Story 3 Traitor Body Two Women Outside A Circus, Pushkar Villagers Visiting Jodhpur Enjoy Iced Sweets Visit The Woman Addresses Her Sleeping Lover Yuba City School
Black Candle Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

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  1. Tristan

    Every poem in this book was a masterpiece Chitra Divakaruni s poetry is spellbinding, every word chosen with care and placed precisely in the proper location I especially loved The Garland , The Living Goddess Speaks , and Sudha s Story , but I enjoyed them all My one complaint, and the reason this is only receiving four stars, is that the pain was so unrelenting as to make the book an impossibly slow read Every poem had essentially the same tone and mood, which makes this a book that is hard to [...]

  2. Dhali

    I ve read and enjoyed a lot of Divakaruni s novels so I was looking forward to reading her poetry However, although I could appreciate the language and the anger that underlies much of the collection, I found this a sobering and depressing work.Most of the poems are focused on the darkest and worst aspects of being a women in the Indian sub continent It s hard to enjoy such work even when one recognizes the truth behind them There are, however, several gentler kinder pieces my favorite wasMy Mot [...]

  3. Laura

    although I enjoyed many of the poems and in many cases felt transported to those situations I left feeling a sense disconnectedness from the individuals in the poems Although most of them were written in the first person and also many of the situations are those which I have seen first hand I felt as though I was merely observing this situation from a distance and not experiencing it.

  4. nicole

    I would have liked this if it didn t depress me about the state of a woman s place in certain places and practices also she likes to use blood as a description of the color red, but this doesn t seem to be an accident.

  5. Jim

    powerful poems ablout women in asiame turn their minds off at 16 when they are married to fifty year old men they ve not metme are burned alive when they become widows to honor their husband me are worshipped until they become womenst live alone w their husband.

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