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9789352643097 60ba04da3f6faf4f2629ade8 Autoplay: Not-so Stories https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba5b586b6f001914412d79/9789352643097.jpg 'Are there people you know who are not words?'

A cancer survivor wreaks vengeance on the world a builder erects the Taj Mahal of public toilets a woman buys a treadmill for her depressed pet a husband's life is hijacked by his wife's nightmares a matrimonial advertisement says it like it really is. Autoplay explores the futuristic semi-dystopian Hindu Aryan Republic of India.

G. Sampath's stories work at the level of the pre-conscious verbal kites waving their never-ending tails in the sky of consciousness. Through a minute rendering of feeling-states he explores a whole range of emotional landscapes from melancholy and mirth to rage and disgust. This is adventurous new fiction exploring the themes of marriage adolescence love terrorism technology consumerism and other familiars through feeling-eyes.
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  • ISBN: 9789352643097
  • Author: Sampath G.
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 200
  • Format: Paperback
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'Are there people you know who are not words?'

A cancer survivor wreaks vengeance on the world a builder erects the Taj Mahal of public toilets a woman buys a treadmill for her depressed pet a husband's life is hijacked by his wife's nightmares a matrimonial advertisement says it like it really is. Autoplay explores the futuristic semi-dystopian Hindu Aryan Republic of India.

G. Sampath's stories work at the level of the pre-conscious verbal kites waving their never-ending tails in the sky of consciousness. Through a minute rendering of feeling-states he explores a whole range of emotional landscapes from melancholy and mirth to rage and disgust. This is adventurous new fiction exploring the themes of marriage adolescence love terrorism technology consumerism and other familiars through feeling-eyes.

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