The Guilt Is Alive by Hemalatha Gnanasekar

Memoir and Creative Nonfiction

The oldest daughter who failed to weigh the cost of pleasing her much-loved father… The oldest son burdened with his father's expectations… The story of ego, pride, anger, revenge, guilt… In this powerful and raw memoir, Hemalatha Gnanasekar gives an unconventional and unique examination of her life in an impoverished Indian family and explores her family's fateful decision to send the oldest son to Jamaica to work. From $2.99. Free via KU. SHOP NOW

Older Post Newer Post