Woman

Woman

Then and Now

eBook - 2014
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She keeps quiet and enters the kitchen."Is this a house? Look at the condition of the rooms. Everything is in a kind of mess. Look at the dirty clothes lying in that corner, and toys scattered all over the floor. Nothing remains proper in this house. . ."She begins to prepare tea for him in the kitchen, but her silence continues to be with her."Oh, look at this bed. One can hardly sit on this bed. How can I rest here? It is stinking of urine of the children. You never dry this mattress in sunlight to remove this stench. . .I believe that your nose remains blocked and you don't smell anything. . .It is like a hell. . ."She adds milk and tea powder to the boiling water."I am asking you! Are you paying attention? What do you do whole day? Whenever I see you are sitting with these dirty children. They look so ugly and so poorly dressed. My mother gave birth to seven children but our house was always neat and clean. You have two little children and look at the condition of your house. It seems as if a dozen children live in this house. . .It looks like a refugee shelter to me. . ."She enters the room and gives him a nice cup of tea. No response from the wife. Woman: Then and Now Copyright Chapter One: Six Years after Marriage Chapter Two: Twelve Years after the Marriage Chapter Three: Power Struggle.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Raja Sharma, 2014
ISBN: 9781310673764
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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