Manisha Jolie Amin: Dancing to the Flute

Diana Carroll

 

Dancing to the Flute
by Manisha Jolie Amin
Allen & Unwin , $29.99 pb, 342 pp, 9781742378572

 

Do we choose our own destiny or does fate decide? This existential question is at the heart of Dancing to the Flute, a contemporary fable set amid the banyan trees and frangipani flowers of rural India.

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Published in September 2012 no. 344
Diana Carroll

Diana Carroll

Diana Carroll is an independent writer and reviewer. She has just completed her doctoral thesis on Australian Spiritualism at the University of South Australia.

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