I must warn you that this book review is going to be different from any I have written before. It is going to focus less on the book in question and more on the monsoon rain I am presently enjoying. It is a rainy Sunday morning. I am sitting in my living room watching the rain out of my picture window. It is pouring in … Continue reading A Book Review With A Difference
“Unmarriageable–Pride & Prejudice in Pakistan” by Soniah Kamal is a book I discovered at the Lahore Literary Festival in February this year. Written by a young Pakistani woman, it follows the original loyally. It manages also, to draw parallels with modern society in Pakistan and abroad. Jane Austen, perhaps the world’s first feminist, dealt with feminist issues when the word had not yet been coined. … Continue reading Book Review : Unmarriageable–Pride & Prejudice in Pakistan.