Without Shame

In 1968 East Pakistan, in a village called Madhukhali, shame is a virtue Sariyah never mastered. She yearns to join a movement with her fellow Bengalis, who are gripping onto their language and cultural identity against neocolonial powers – but she is continuously sucked into the narrow visions of her father. When Sariyah meets Rodney Creed, everything begins to change. More

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Published by FB Publishing
Words: 59,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9780990387695
About Katherine Russell

Katherine Russell is a writer and activist from Buffalo, NY. She graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from SUNY Geneseo and currently works with local nonprofits on various projects and freelances for companies all around the world. She is a double lung transplant survivor and writes about her experiences with cystic fibrosis. Her other writing themes include cultural interaction, challenging the American criminal justice system, and social change. Her debut novel, Without Shame, is now available from FB Publishing House.

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