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REVIEW | The curse of keeping up appearances of morality in Stirring the Pot

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Stirring the Pot by Quraisha Dawood (Penguin)
Stirring the Pot by Quraisha Dawood (Penguin)

Book: Stirring the Pot by Quraisha Dawood (Penguin)

Zaina lives with her mother, Rabia, in a doughnut-shaped building, Summer Terrace, close to the Indian Ocean in Durban. She is an architecture student at the local university where her master’s degree is inspired by her imaginings of ideal homes for her favourite authors, Vikram Seth (his novel, A Suitable Boy was adapted into a TV series by the BBC and streamed by Netflix), Elif Shafak (The Forty Rules of Love) and Preethi Nair (100 Shades of White).

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