The tremendous changes that Goa witnessed in the second half of the twentieth century in the political, educational, social, and cultural field are depicted through the life of the protagonist Angela, alias Anjali, alias Anjinha and also through other characters in the novel. The reader gets glimpses of the then Goan community including the crucial issue of its Identity. While the novel raises questions on Identity, it does not draw any conclusions, urging the reader to think on.
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About the Author
Carmo D’Souza, a retired professor of law and presently in the Board of Directors of Ismilda research Consultancy worked in the educational field for around four decades. His contact with students enabled him to develop insights into the Goan community. He has authored half a dozen books in law and a similar number in fiction.
ISBN (EPUB) : 978-93-84129-79-8