Post-mortem (Essays on Loving, Loathing & Limping)

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Published In: 2017
ISBN: 978-99936-53-41-7
No. of Pages: 259

Book Overview

A collection of essays written over the course of thirteen years. Some of the essays are written in the form of commentaries, as they related to events unfolding at the time in Bhutan, while the majority is in the tradition of the free-flowing prose, on matters both trivial and bold, in a living expression of Loving, Loathing and Limping through it all.

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by Tshewang Tobden (February 02, 2022)

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While reading this book I was reminded of a quote. I don’t remember the exact quote or where it’s from. It says that art is not supposed to be understood, it’s supposed to make you think and feel or something along this line. And feel and think I did. Even if I couldn’t connect to everything the author had to say and quite a few from the sixty-nine essays went over my head, the book made me think about my perspectives on things, things happening around me and the people, the systems, the cultures and the places and of course my life as a whole. I am not claiming that I am a changed person now after reading the book now but something in me has definitely changed.For my full review on the book please visit: