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'Rajan,' I could hear her say in that soft slow drawl of hers, caressing me around
my name. 'Rajan?' I heard it now behind me, and turning, saw her framed against
the bedroom door, a baby in her arms. 'How are you Rajan?' 'Lali,' I shouted ...
Oh, Rajan!' She started crying again. I was too choked to speak. 'Lal wanted me
to tell you,' she went on, trying to compose herself, 'a long time ago . . . and let
you decide. But I didn't want you to have me out of pity, out of duty. I know you ...
'Oh Rajan, what have they done to you?' she asked trying to stem the bleeding
from my nose. 'Rajan, Rajan, did you hear that? Rajan?' Weasel-face screamed
in triumph. 'A dhemmala. What did I tell you, he is a dhemmala.' 'Tried to cheat us,
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WHEN MEMORY DIESUser Review - Kirkus
First published in Britain, a novel that movingly details how three generations of idealists try to find meaning and purpose as their country, Sri Lanka, becomes another killing field. The author ... Read full review