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Reviews Streets ahead of most other historical thrillers in its blend of wit, careful plotting and the kind of detail that brings the past to life. As usual, Kerr is superb at imaginatively mixing his fictional detective with well researched true-life characters and events.
The Other Side of Silence by Philip Kerr | caxotakeki.ga: Books
A brilliantly twisting tale of espionage and betrayal. The Other Side of Silence makes for a welcome break from the relentlessly grim atmosphere in which Bernie is accustomed to working.
Kerr's novels are modern classics. Within the space of two months in more than twelve million people were displaced.
The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India by Urvashi Butalia (2000)
A million died. More than seventy-five thousand women were abducted and raped. Countless children disappeared.
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Homes, villages, communities, families, and relationships were destroyed. Yet, more than half a century later, little is known of the human dimensions of this event. In "The Other Side of Silence," Urvashi Butalia fills this gap by placing people--their individual experiences, their private pain--at the center of this epochal event.
Through interviews conducted over a ten-year period and an examination of diaries, letters, memoirs, and parliamentary documents, Butalia asks how people on the margins of history--children, women, ordinary people, the lower castes, the untouchables--have been affected by this upheaval.