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Subtitle: A Collection of Poems

Authored By: Anjana Nair

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789389615562

Year of Publication: 2020

Pages: 50

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Poetry, Fiction and Short Stories

Price in Rs. 191.10

                             Price in (USA) $. 29.95

Inclusive of All Taxes (After 2% Discount on the Printed Price)

Book Description

Book Contents


About the Book


 ‘Stripped’ is a collection of poems that lay bare the poet’s thoughts and perceptions of society. The collection of different hues and genre, organically garnered from personal experiences, contemporary themes, incidents and reflections, opens up a lot about her way of thinking. A compilation of the reaction to the surroundings, each poem is a journey of realization, of greater truths. Some of them are purely personal while the others carry the import of the current issues. Even the poems with humour, have layers to it deeper than they appear. Some of them dwells on local issues, some on global themes. The author has lowered her guard and let loose her emotions to run wild, opening herself to a wider audience. Stripped is a celebration of becoming more aware and sensitive to the surroundings without taking cover under diplomacy or moral righteousness.

About the Author


Anjana Nair, post graduate in agriculture is the Editor of a well reputed national magazine, Agriculture Today published from India. A regular contributor of articles in the topics concerning agriculture, she has quite recently ventured into the field of poetry and fiction. Writing in the initial years were mostly restricted to non-fiction and essays, the poet in her only recently bloomed!! Stripped’ is her first collection.Hailing from Kerala in India, one of the greenest places in India, she grew up in close proximity to nature and this has had a profound influence on her way of thinking and understanding. Contemporary issues and social causes have always swayed her poetry in that direction. Although writing prose hisher bread and butter, she eloquently expresses her protests and consternations in concise verses.

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