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10 thoughts on “Dancing in Cambodia, at Large in Burma

  1. says:

    Amitav Ghosh narrates the stories of strife, war, hope and disaster with a childlike honesty and an inquisitive observer s tone His essays describe militancy in Cambodia, military rule and insurgency in Burma, the aftermath of the tsunami in Andaman Nicobar and a short article on WTC disaster Thes


  2. says:

    This could well have been a 4 starrer, had it not been for the egotistic piece on Burma where Ghosh goes on with a yawn inducing experience on insurgency Having said that, the other essays on Cambodia and Angkor Wat we...


  3. says:

    Dancing in Cambodia At Large in Burma, Amitav GhoshI chanced upon one of Amitav Ghosh s non fictional writings titled, The Ghosts of Mrs Gandhi, in the last book that I finished reading Quite unfamiliar with Ghosh s non fictional flair, I was immediately drawn to the text because of its literary value as well as its


  4. says:

    One of Amitav Ghosh s few works in the non fiction genre, this is a collection of five essays composed in a narrative journalism style The first one is a brief outline of Cambodia s political history since the beginning of the 20th century, chronicling events that resulted in the Khmer Rouge s communist revolutionary Pol Pot s


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    The first two chapters are about Cambodia I really like the way he connected Pol Pot and the King Sisowath The way he bind these two significant figures are very gentle but also very touching After I visited Killing Field in Cambodia, I have a strong feeling about the country but I never thought to trace the Pol Pot Reading these 2 chap


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    What is exciting to me is reading stories of when an author has actually met up with old Burmese residents who were there when the country radically changed and have lived long enough to share their first hand memories Although the piece one of three in the slim book was written 16 years ago, it s at the forefront now with Burma finally opening u


  7. says:

    One of the most exquisite pieces of Indian non fiction writing that you may get to read These are travelogues, but are muchthan that These are stories about the fight waged by the citizens of some countries, to survive as human beings, with pride memory as their only tools against homicidal regimes or colossal stupidity Read this story, and be touched by t


  8. says:

    Dancing in Cambodia is a work of art I picked it up post at a bookstore post my visit to Cambodia I really wish I d read the book before visiting the beautiful Khmer nation The book is a series of 4 short stories combining truth and fiction Words fail me when I try to describe the poignan...


  9. says:

    This is an interesting travelogue The way the author has described his travels to Cambodia, and how the image of Angkor Wat on every thing from airlines to matchboxes, becomes an assault on visitor s senses is quite interesting Passages describing the history and culture of the p...


  10. says:

    Amitav Ghosh paints pictures with his words Brilliant non fiction essays merging history with the current, making a point not to leave any nooks and crannies behind In love with his way of writing.


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