Bitter Chocolate [Virani Pinki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality Sometime. 7 Aug Book review: Pinki Virani’s ‘Bitter Chocolate’. – Issue Date: Aug 7, The book Bitter Chocolate: Child Sexual Abuse in India has been penned by write/journalist Pinki Virani. She has written two other books-. Aruna’s story- (A.
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See our Returns Policy. The second notebook describes these effects through two real-life stories of women who were betrayed as children by men of their family.
Lists with This Book. This “faction” fact and fiction provides an exhaustive account of what we should all know about child abuse – what it is, how we can detect it, what it can lead to, how we can prevent it and, painfully but necessarily, how we can deal with it when it happens.
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Index of Agencies – At the end of the book, there is a list of agencies all over India which help in CSA cases by providing help and counselling. Books by Pinki Virani. A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality Sometime, somewhere, the conspiracy of silence around Child Viranl Abuse CSA in Indian homes had to be shattered.
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Going beyond blaming, Pinki Virani then proceeds with her insightful analysis of the issue in three notebooks. The Greatest Urdu Stories. Reading this book biyter a good experience.
Just listening to the news and got reminded of this book! Would you like to report poor quality or formatting in this book? Through a series of events, she relates how often the person least suspected is the culprit like a close relation.
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The series of incidents across the country is absolutely shocking, and questions you the existence of humanity. And by mute i mean mute forever the child is never the same. Even own house is unsafe for a child!!!!
BOOK REVIEW: â€œBitter Chocolate â€“ Child Sexual Abuse in Indiaâ€ by Pinki Virani
May 13, Sindhu rated it really liked it. The author has done a great job, by writing a book about an i Just completed reading, and I’m shattered. Review on Bitter Chocolate – Pinki Virani. View all 3 comments.
Pinki Virani’s ‘Bitter Chocolate’ is a chilling must-read for parents
This book is a must read for anyone who is a parent, or who intends to become a parent, or whose loved one has suffered the trauma of abuse in childhood, or whether someone is a victim themselves. The book exposes the morbid underbelly of our society– that of child sexual abuse. Virani is the author of five books, four of which are non-fiction best-sellers.
Do I recommend this book? This book is extremely painful to read. Jul 30, Dipika rated it really liked it. The first spells out what constitutes CSA, why and how this happens, its devastating after-effects which haunt the victims as they grow into adulthood.