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Nasrin's characters realize that powerful will always oppress the weak — the men will oppress the women, the majority religion people will oppress the minorities, the rich will oppress the poor and so on. The book sometimes reads like fictionalized non-fiction with arguments and information being the key subject of book and story only getting the second seat.

Almost half the book goes to listing every incidence of riot that ever occurred in Bangladesh — naming city and number of people killed, women raped and temples destroyed there.

She also lists at least some incidences of India. These longs lists although effective initially in giving the sheer volume of violence, soon gets a bit boring and even skim-able.

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Another problem is that this incidences are being mentally listed by characters in their mind and orally recited to each-other, as if they have crammed all this information like news channels reporters do.

But that is the problem, the information is not even being broadcast-ed on television — they just seems to know about incidences occurring in distant cities by intuition. It is a minor thing but it keeps occurring again and again. Similarly Surnajan seems to remember sayings of Jinnah and Kalam okay as well as the constitution along with the many amendments that have gone in it not okay. It would have made more sense if the omniscient narrator herself had shared the information and arguments directly instead of giving her characters hard-disk memories.

Regarding disputed land, I've always believed like Suranjan that all religious places should be destroyed and houses for poor, orphanages, hospitals, schools etc- in short something actually useful should be built in their place, and if you have enough land for that already, sell the land and use the money for charitable purposes but am against destruction of worshipping place of one religion for building that of other.

Although I also had an Uncle who had another attractive, practical and secular idea as to what should be done to disputed land and if you were to extend the idea a little, it will solve all religious problems at once - his idea was to build a pub in that place, and both Hindus and Muslims would drink in the pub in complete communal harmony. I would rather make Alcohalism the sole religion for the whole world Bose, Brinda.

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Nasrin, Taslima. Tutul Gupta.

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Delhi: Oxford UP, Petley, Julian. Censoring the Word.

London: Seagull, Upcoming Events. No scheduled events. Add an event. Quotes by Taslima Nasrin. Yet it is in the name of religion that there has been so much disturbance, bloodshed and persecution.

It is indeed a pity that even at the close of the twentieth century we've had to witness such atrocities because of religion.

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Flying the flag of religion has always proved the easiest way to crush to nothingness human beings as well as the spirit of humanity. Topics Mentioning This Author. Please delete this book! What are you reading? Marina's Climb to Mount Ararat 63 32 Dec 29, Marina's books for Jan 04, Dark Places by Gillian Flynn 36 Mar 09, Welcome back.

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The West Bengal establishment not only overlooked those anti-Islamic invectives but honoured her with the Ananda Award in for Nirbachita Column and again in for Amar Meyebela. Tutul Gupta. London: Macmillan, She was born in Mymensingh district. The schools have special Islamic classes which makes minority kids feel alienated.

There is discrimination in job allocation with almost no Hindus ever making to upper steps of hierarchical ladder. ICCPR,

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