Home Life


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Singapore At Home: Life Across Lines


Singapore At Home: Life Across Lines

Author: Isha B

language: en

Publisher: Kitaab

Release Date: 2021-06-18

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Stories from Singapore at Home: Life across Lines offer a rare glimpse into the lives of a diverse cross-section of the island-state's residents, and invite us into their most intimate space-home. Immigrants, migrants, expats, settled generations bring us into their bedrooms, balconies, kitchens and other spaces, their heartaches, traumas, dreams and desires. In so doing, they reshape their life experiences and their relationships with those whom they share their home. The writers featured in this anthology include Isha B., Azeena Badarudeen, Ilya Katrinnada Binte Zubaidi, Arathi Devandran, Dia Feng-Lowe, Surinder Kaur, Ken Lye, Cecilia Mahendran, Gargi Mehra, Kalpana Mohan, Clara Mok, Payal Morankar, Vanessa Ng Q.R., Rolinda Onates Española, Anna Onni, Anjali Patil, Ranjani Rao, Aparna Das Sadhukhan, Euginia Tan, Audrey Tay and Phyllis Wong. About the Editors Pallavi Narayan has worked in academia and book publishing in Singapore and India. She is a PhD in Literature and holds a Diploma in Creative Writing. Iman Fahim Hameed has worked in academia in Singapore, is pursuing her MSc in Public Health, reports on global health issues for a UK-based charity, and writes poetry and vignettes.

Christian Home Life


Christian Home Life

Author: S. S. Pugh

language: en

Publisher:

Release Date: 1864

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Home Life in Germany


Home Life in Germany

Author: Alfred Mrs. Sidgwick

language: en

Publisher: DigiCat

Release Date: 2022-09-15

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"Home Life in Germany" is an informative and enjoyable work that acts as a window to Germany during the early 20th century. It is filled with unknown facts and anecdotes about the German world before the two world wars. This comprehensive covers a range of subjects, contrasting the social differences between the English, French, and German people. Anyone interested in German history can find in this work a medium that will appeal to their needs.