A Witch Like You by Shruti Sareen

(Review)

Authors

  • Supriya Daniel SRM University, Andhra Pradesh

Keywords:

lgbtqia, poetry, book review

Abstract

Shruti Sareen’s debut full-length poetry collection A Witch Like You is a collection of emotions traversing in the liminal spaces of time and space that is filled with nostalgia. In the “Acknowledgements,” she elucidates the origins of the title as being part of a dream and further explains how this “ambiguous” (4) word indicates being bewitched, entranced, influenced which is neither good nor bad, positive nor negative, right nor wrong (4). This in fact reflects the essence of this collection, which floats between these extremes of good and evil, narrating her myriad experiences from different stages of her life.

Author Biography

Supriya Daniel, SRM University, Andhra Pradesh

Dr. Supriya Daniel is an Assistant Professor and Faculty Coordinator at the Department of English, SRM University AP.

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Published

13-06-2022

How to Cite

Daniel, S. (2022). A Witch Like You by Shruti Sareen : (Review). SINDHU: Southasian INter-Disciplinary HUmanities, 2(1). Retrieved from https://sindhuthejournal.org/index.php/sindhuthejournal/article/view/29