Without Shame


Katherine Russell
In 1968 East Pakistan, in a village called Madhukhali, shame is a virtue Sariyah never mastered. She yearns to join a movement with her fellow Bengalis, who are gripping onto their language and cultural identity against neocolonial powers – but she is continuously sucked into the narrow visions of her father. Rodney Creed bursts into this tension-filled world with the bright optimism of a college graduate, too eager to sense the rumbling ground beneath him, and he doesn’t have a clue – until he meets Sariyah. Rodney believes he is there to teach, but he will learn painful, irreversible things.


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