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Miscellanea - A tug of war between innocence and experience ignorance and wisdom - cover

Miscellanea - A tug of war between innocence and experience ignorance and wisdom

Gunjan Anupama

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

Tread along with "Gunjan Anupama "to the land of Jharkhand, into the tribal heart where still throbs the rhythm of unity, of purity ,of spirituality, of love,of humanity untouched by the spasms of greed ,the rhythm- weak but still alive,quiet for a very long time but now it speaks ,voicing itself in her book " Miscellanea ".Her  poetry has nostalgic memories ,the inspiration to fight the darkness in the struggles of life and rise to shine .It speaks of the bond of brotherhood amongst all that belong to the human race ,the panorama of the pandemic and an array of romance .
Available since: 10/19/2022.
Print length: 126 pages.

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