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The Cripple and His TalismansPrepare to enter a world where the norms of human behavior even the rules governing time and gravity are set on their heads This dark and wry fable begins with the narrator waking up and discovering he is missing an arm He has no idea how he lost it or how to find it but as he searches the. A solid read However it feels very much like the Naguib Mahfouz story “Zaabalawai” the highlighting of the underbelly of a major city a main character searching for a cure for an incurable ailment a surrealistic effect and a guru type character as a focal point in the search

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Chaotic often surreal streets of Bombay he meets an absurd and marvelous cast of characters who offer him clues a woman selling rainbows a beggar living under an egg cart a coffin maker who builds finger sized caskets a giant who lives underwater a homeless boy riding the rails They all lea. I't actually awesome it's just bitin That's why I want it to be longerThis book is a bit weird but at the same time beautifulIt contains a lot of truths in it's pages

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READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ The Cripple and His Talismans Ô Prepare to enter a world where the norms of human behavior—even the rules governing time and gravity—are set on their heads This dark and wry fable begins with the narrator waking up and discovering he is missing an arm He has no idea how he lost it or how to find it—but as heD him to Baba Rakhu master of the underworld who will reveal the story of his lost arm for a price Funny and wise violent and tender The Cripple and His Talismans is an impressive debut A bestseller in Canada it has been compared to the works of Samuel Beckett Lewis Carroll and Salman Rushd. This novel The Cripple and His Talismans is one which narrates an amputee's uest for knowing how he had lost his arm He is lead by a series of weird clues and hints which are illogical rather useless but surprisingly leading to the supposedly desired destinations The ways the cripple adopts in identifying clues and deriving meaning out of them is completely crazy but his yearning to know about his arm fills meaning even in the most meaningless of the instances There is a lot happening in the mind of the protagonist than in action therefore the novel might fall under surrealism The novel fits in feelings of shock and contemplation grief and humour regret and liberation depression and comfort and other such paradoxical emotions in a beautiful blend I should not forget to mention that the protagonist pours a lot of insights on life most of which are hilarious It's a good read for sure