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Bitter Root Sweet Fruit By Dipika Mukherjee Sharon Bakar Timothy Nakayama Raidah Shah Idil Tilon Sagulu Esther Soh Huey Jo A. Jessie Michael Sumitra Selvaraj Bitter Root Sweet Fruit The roots of education are bitter but the fruit is sweet AristotleThe theme for the D K Dutt Award for Literary Excellence was knowledge and education and Bitter Root Sweet Fruit pulls together

  • Title: Bitter Root Sweet Fruit
  • Author: Dipika Mukherjee Sharon Bakar Timothy Nakayama Raidah Shah Idil Tilon Sagulu Esther Soh Huey Jo A. Jessie Michael Sumitra Selvaraj
  • ISBN: 9789671029244
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bitter Root Sweet Fruit By Dipika Mukherjee Sharon Bakar Timothy Nakayama Raidah Shah Idil Tilon Sagulu Esther Soh Huey Jo A. Jessie Michael Sumitra Selvaraj The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet AristotleThe theme for the 2018 D.K Dutt Award for Literary Excellence was knowledge and education and Bitter Root Sweet Fruit pulls together the best stories submitted for the competition and includes the winning entry by Bathmaloshanee M and stories by runners up Ling Low and Sumitra Selvaraj.Here are storiesThe roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet AristotleThe theme for the 2018 D.K Dutt Award for Literary Excellence was knowledge and education and Bitter Root Sweet Fruit pulls together the best stories submitted for the competition and includes the winning entry by Bathmaloshanee M and stories by runners up Ling Low and Sumitra Selvaraj.Here are stories about teachers, sometimes wise and caring, but often deeply flawed and of young people struggling to obtain an education against the odds Whether it is learning to make the perfect chicken curry or coming to terms with important life truths these Malaysian writers, both new and established, share stories that are fresh and inventive.A dock brief pupil gains an uncomfortable insight into how the poor are disadvantaged in the legal system a young man learns how to become a confidence trickster and a small boy goes on a cosmic journey to learn the answer to his question about a Hindu deity Elsewhere a mother teaches her child in an underground bunker a medical student struggles to acquire the manual dexterity she needs to become a doctor and a speech therapist longs to reach out to a handicapped boy kept locked in a shed by his parents.The book celebrates the life of D K Dutt who was himself a passionate teacher.
    Bitter Root Sweet Fruit By Dipika Mukherjee Sharon Bakar Timothy Nakayama Raidah Shah Idil Tilon Sagulu Esther Soh Huey Jo A. Jessie Michael Sumitra Selvaraj

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    One thought on “Bitter Root Sweet Fruit

    1. Audrey on said:

      Enjoyed the short stories in this book Heartwarming and there s something special reading stories set in one s home country Will definitely look for Malaysian writers in future Thanks, Sharon Bakar, for the book.

    2. Marc Faoite on said:

      Launched at this year s George Town Literary Festival in Malaysia in late November, Bitter Root Sweet Fruit is the second volume of writing arising from the D.K Dutt Award for Literary Excellence The previous anthology, entitled Champion Fellas, and also compiled and edited by Sharon Bakar and Dipika Mukherjee, featured stories around the theme of sport The theme for this latest collection is Knowledge and Education As such it is unsurprising that many of the stories are set in schools, and writ [...]

    3. Elisa Panjang on said:

      Five stars I love some of the stories Very inspiring and makes you think about your life Great writings too Won in a giveaway

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