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9789353576523 60ba032f3f6faf4f26294067 How to Tell the Story of an Insurgency: Fifteen tales from Assam https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba5773b462e24f837016cc/9789353576523.jpg A former militant is unable to reconcile his tranquil domesticity with his brutal past.

A mother walks an emotional tightrope for her two sons -- a police officer and an underground rebel -- fight on opposite sides of the Assam insurgency.

A deaf and mute child who sells locally brewed alcohol ventures into dangerous territory through his interaction with members of the local militant outfit.

How to Tell the Story of an Insurgency is an unflinching account of a war India has been fighting in the margins. Written originally in Assamese Bodo and English the fifteen stories in this book attempt to humanize the longstanding bloody conflict that the rest of India knows of only through facts and figures or reports in newspapers and on television channels.

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How to Tell the Story of an Insurgency: Fifteen tales from Assam

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  • ISBN: 9789353576523
  • Author: Kashyap Aruni
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 248
  • Format: Paperback
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A former militant is unable to reconcile his tranquil domesticity with his brutal past.

A mother walks an emotional tightrope for her two sons -- a police officer and an underground rebel -- fight on opposite sides of the Assam insurgency.

A deaf and mute child who sells locally brewed alcohol ventures into dangerous territory through his interaction with members of the local militant outfit.

How to Tell the Story of an Insurgency is an unflinching account of a war India has been fighting in the margins. Written originally in Assamese Bodo and English the fifteen stories in this book attempt to humanize the longstanding bloody conflict that the rest of India knows of only through facts and figures or reports in newspapers and on television channels.

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