‘An Indian Attachment is a rare example of descriptive writing at its most attentive… [A] gripping and authentic picture of a totally foreign world. It is a book that should be read by anyone with the slightest interest in India and for that matter by anyone who cares about a truthful prose style.’—The Washington PostBook your copy
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Told with engaging wit and candour, Manspotting looks at the metamorphosis of love, sex and relationships over two decades, in a culture beset with contradictions and judgements about women’s interactions with the opposite sex. The future of romance, says Ritu, depends upon the willingness of men and women to step out of gender stereotypes and embrace unconventional relationships that allow partners to live on their own terms.