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  • Paperback
  • 296
  • The Women in Cages: Collected Stories
  • Vilas Sarang
  • English
  • 17 October 2019
  • 0143061844

About the Author: Vilas Sarang

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10 thoughts on “The Women in Cages: Collected Stories

  1. Nathan "N.R." Gaddis says:

    RIP The incomparable silence of Vilas Sarang Sarang would scribble snot green sea on the blackboard Long silence Sarang would smile Long silence Sarang would talk about Joyce s use of water as a metaphor Longer silence Nothing would happen in class All of us staring at the professor And he staring out of the window Somesilence http www.mumbaimirror.com mumbai ot RIP The incomparable silence of Vilas Sarang Sarang would scribble snot green sea on the blackboard Long silence Sarang would smile Long silence Sarang would talk about Joyce s use of water as a metaphor Longer silence Nothing would happen in class All of us staring at the professor And he staring out of the window Somesilence http www.mumbaimirror.com mumbai ot

  2. Priyanka says:

    This book was a random pick from the library.Honestly speaking I was attracted to the cover image and title of the book But I m glad that I chose it or rather the book chose me This is a collection of short stories in five sections Almost all the stories revolves around Mumbai It is not something you get to read frequently The stories are bizarre, but interesting and haunting at the same time.

  3. Amitava Das says:

    Kafka influenced stories no surprise since the author did his thesis under Prof Breon Mitchell, who has done a most remarkable translation possibly the best till date of The Trial The stories are rooted in the urban metropolis of India, but that s where the similarity ends with other Indian writers writing in English These stories take weird shapes , forms, revel in absurdism and abstract metaphors , punctuated by black, dry humour The best ones are going to linger for a long time.

  4. Dean Simons says:

    Brilliantly bizarre I savoured every one even the ones that didn t quite land.

  5. rahul says:

    What a gem.

  6. Sanchita says:

    An excellent collection of short stories that range from the bizarre to the mundane, this is a must read for anyone who is a fan of this kind of prose Insightful, pertinent and brilliant.

  7. Desaraju Desaraju says:

    It s a good book very good stories But some stories are abusred I did nt understand But writing techniq is interesting.