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Review: Excerpts from Kitaab’s review of Kith and Kin.

Kith and Kin: A Portrait of a Southern Indian clan  Zafar AnjumMay 31, 2013 Kith and Kin I have been trying to take a crack at Sheila Kumar’s collection of short stories Kith and Kin (Rupa, 2012) for a few months but without much success. In between, I read more than half of Howard Jacobson’s Zoo Time and then abandoned…

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Kith and Kin: Media Reviews IV

                                                              THE HINDU: METRO PLUS CHENNAI Arts/» Books Chennai, October 8, 2012 All in the family Zara Khan Sheila Kumar’s book Kith And Kin narrates the saga…

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Kith and Kin: Media Reviews II

DECCAN CHRONICLE                                                                                                          …

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Kith and Kin: Media Reviews I

                                                                        GOOD READS  Feb 09, 2013 Nitya Sivasubramanian rated it 5 of 5 stars on Good Reads Much like sitting down…

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Kith and Kin: Readers revert

Kith and Kin, chronicles of a clan Kalyanaraman Durgadas, Bangalore I just finished reading your book. I loved it! Your language, the characters, the flow of the stories…it`s a book to be savoured. Susmita Srivastava, Jaipur Half through it, so can’t comment completely, but I am so enjoying the quiet mindscapes. The delineation of character…

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Kith and Kin: In Which The Fledgling Author Made An Announcement.

                                              How The Author Announced It                                                 On A Social  Networking Site…

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Kith and Kin: Snapshots/ The Bangalore Launch.

          Kith and Kin was released at the Oxford Bookstore,             1 MG Mall, Bangalore on 27 July 2012            

Kith and Kin: Snapshots III/Bangalore/Kochi

  K and K reading at Easylib, Bangalore  16 February 2013                                                                K and K goes to the `native place`          …

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