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By Devaki Nilayamgode
  • ISBN Code: : 0198079877
  • Publisher : OUP India
  • Pages : 204
  • Category : Literary Criticism
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The first full-length memoirs of a Namboodiri woman, the work reveals little-known facets of a Namboodiri woman's life lived behind closed doors. Told without a trace of self-pity, the work throws interesting sidelights on the social history of a largely insular community.

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