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The Diary of a Reluctant Feminist

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The problem is the small print in my struggle for a divorce; as with everything in my life, it always reads subject to my mothers permission. And since my mother was not going to give me permission to divorce in a hurry, I was relegated to being an armchair divorcee. But Indian parents will never voluntarily give their children permission to get divorced or have a live The problem is the small print in my struggle for a divorce; as with everything in my life, it always reads subject to my mothers permission. And since my mother was not going to give me permission to divorce in a hurry, I was relegated to being an armchair divorcee. But Indian parents will never voluntarily give their children permission to get divorced or have a live-in relationship or conceive a child by any means other than Immaculate Conception which, of course, would only take place after the child is married. So I decided, after two years of being separated, to stop waiting for my parents elusive permission, and to take the initial steps in the painful journey myself. In this process, I was also branded a feminist, which in their view is marginally worse than being a terrorist... The Diary of a Reluctant Feminist is a profoundly funny chronicle of a young womans attempt to get divorced as-opposed more by her own parents than her in-laws and her ex-she struggles to explan the flimsy grounds of incompatibility to her disapproving, old-fashioned, middle-class Punjabi family. Warm, humorous, sad and wise, this is a book for everyone who has ever dreaded telling their parents an uncomfortable truth about themselves. ]>

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The problem is the small print in my struggle for a divorce; as with everything in my life, it always reads subject to my mothers permission. And since my mother was not going to give me permission to divorce in a hurry, I was relegated to being an armchair divorcee. But Indian parents will never voluntarily give their children permission to get divorced or have a live The problem is the small print in my struggle for a divorce; as with everything in my life, it always reads subject to my mothers permission. And since my mother was not going to give me permission to divorce in a hurry, I was relegated to being an armchair divorcee. But Indian parents will never voluntarily give their children permission to get divorced or have a live-in relationship or conceive a child by any means other than Immaculate Conception which, of course, would only take place after the child is married. So I decided, after two years of being separated, to stop waiting for my parents elusive permission, and to take the initial steps in the painful journey myself. In this process, I was also branded a feminist, which in their view is marginally worse than being a terrorist... The Diary of a Reluctant Feminist is a profoundly funny chronicle of a young womans attempt to get divorced as-opposed more by her own parents than her in-laws and her ex-she struggles to explan the flimsy grounds of incompatibility to her disapproving, old-fashioned, middle-class Punjabi family. Warm, humorous, sad and wise, this is a book for everyone who has ever dreaded telling their parents an uncomfortable truth about themselves. ]>
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Title The Diary of a Reluctant Feminist Height 18
Bhavna Bhavna Width 11.4
ISBN-13 9789350096710 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 9350096714 Spine Width
Publisher Hachette India Pages 248
Edition Availability Out Of Stock

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