Neem Dreams

Set in southern India in the mid 1990s this critically acclaimed novel deals with the clash between tradition and globalisation. Four characters, an English lawyer, an Australian feminist scientist, an American buyer for a New York store and an Indian development worker, are all on quests centred on the neem, the tree known since ancient times for its beneficial properties. More

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Words: 69,750
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465982957
About Inez Baranay

Born in Italy of Hungarian parents Inez Baranay is an Australian writer; she has published ten books, seven of them novels, as well as short stories and essays in a range of publications. More biography and details of her books can be found on her website.

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