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Keteki is charming but allergic to commitment; Ved is smitten but something of a toxic bachelor. As they begin the intricate and transformative dance of a long-distance relationship, they also navigate changes in their lives. Set in Assam and London, Keeping in Touch is edgy, funny, and uncompromisingly modern. ‘Joseph contrasts the inner and outer lives of her characters, and the uneasy friction between new and old cultures, with all the wit and delicacy of a latter-day Mrs Gaskell.’ The Times ‘Joseph writes beautifully about quietness and stillness…’ Sunday Times ‘Joseph’s skill is finding the poetry inside modest dreams, small tragedies and disappointments.’ Metro ‘Joseph’s is a deep and unusual talent; she attends to questions for which not every novelist is equipped.’ Amit Chaudhuri, the Guardian

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Keeping in Touch

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  • ISBN: 9789390679201
  • Author: Anjali Joseph
  • Publisher: Context
  • Pages: 232
  • Format: Hardback
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Keteki is charming but allergic to commitment; Ved is smitten but something of a toxic bachelor. As they begin the intricate and transformative dance of a long-distance relationship, they also navigate changes in their lives. Set in Assam and London, Keeping in Touch is edgy, funny, and uncompromisingly modern. ‘Joseph contrasts the inner and outer lives of her characters, and the uneasy friction between new and old cultures, with all the wit and delicacy of a latter-day Mrs Gaskell.’ The Times ‘Joseph writes beautifully about quietness and stillness…’ Sunday Times ‘Joseph’s skill is finding the poetry inside modest dreams, small tragedies and disappointments.’ Metro ‘Joseph’s is a deep and unusual talent; she attends to questions for which not every novelist is equipped.’ Amit Chaudhuri, the Guardian

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