Trapped by fate
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Though sporadically written, trapped by Fate is primarily an 'impressionability of event recalled and analyzed by the author with a quasi-somber and accompanied by Book's overwhelming metaphor: "Empathy" from his childhood days (1965 onward).The format of the book is both interesting and Kaleidoscopic. Religion, philosophy, politics,current affairs, international relations, travel history,economics,psychology and the like are dealt with in no less than 45 short chapters intercepted all too frequently by purple autobiographical details .Incidentally Janus-faced i.e when recounting events from his personal life he appears life he appears indulgent and emotionally charged, and while analyzing local and global issues he is somewhat journalistically detaches. Indeed a good and rewarding reading especially for post 1980s generation.
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