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The To-Let House

Daisy Hasan Set in the politically restive city of Shillong in North East India, The To-Let House is a contemporary coming-of-age story that gives a moving insight into a dark, unsettling world. Di, Addy, Kulay and Clemmie’s tormented passage through adolescence is framed by the region’s own violent search for identity, resulting in a vividly portrayed narrative that gently blurs the division between the personal and the political.

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Weight 270.0 g
Dimensions 140 × 210 mm
ISBN

978-81-90675-65-9

Pages

228

Printing

Offset-printed

Binding

Paperback

DaisyHasan

Daisy Hasan

Born in India in 1974 of mixed Hindu-Muslim parentage, writer Daisy Hasan grew up in Shillong, and witnessed first-hand its troubled passage through the 1980s. She studied English Literature and Media in Delhi, and gained a PhD from the University of Wales, UK. Daisy has held a series of prestigious fellowships that have allowed her to research and write about the cultures of North East India.

AvinashVeeraraghavan

Avinash Veeraraghavan

Avinash Veeraraghavan, who designed the cover for this book, trained and worked with the Italian designer Andrea Anastasio. His work reflects a sharp interest in popular culture while exploring an edgy mix of visual media. Avinash lives in Bangalore where he runs the design studio Beetroot. His work has been displayed throughout India and Europe. . Click here to discover his other Tara Books.