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“Harvest” by Manjula Padmanabhan
Harvest by Manjula Padmanabhan. Om, a young man, is driven by unemployment to sell his body parts for cash. Harvwst arrive to make his home into a germ-free zone. When his brother Jeetu arrives unexpectedly, he is taken away as the donor. Will she too be seduced into selling her body for use by the rich Westerners? Paperbackpages. Published October 1st by Aurora Metro Padjanabhan first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Harvestplease sign up.
So, did you like it? Is it worth producing it? See 1 question about Harvest…. Lists with This Book. Jun 11, Amalie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Harvest is a darkly satirical play about relationships, within a family and between the 1st parmanabhan and the 3rd world.
The play is set in some near-future where the rich of the First World has begun to devour bits and pieces of the Third World poor.
Harvest is really about the lengths people ready to walk on a path to destruction for various material needs, risking their individual dignity. It’s a deep look into organ harvesting. I Harvest is a darkly satirical play about relationships, within a family and between the 1st world and the 3rd world.
It can make for a great intellectual discussion. Jun 14, Natalia Ahmed rated it really liked it. A beautifully written play set in a dystopian future where the poor are forced to sell their bodies – literally – to the rich, in order to earn money to survive. Heartbreaking and tragic, this play makes you confront a future that can become all-too-real.
Nov 15, Jackie rated it really liked it Shelves: I need a bit more time to gather my thoughts into clear sentences but this play impressed me a lot. Oct 06, Samurdhi rated it really liked it.
Harvest by Manjula Padmanabhan is a story set in a dystopian futuristic setting. The distinction of the West and the East is still prevalent in the story. The importance manjuka life itself is made to be redundant, made to become an object which is used and abused for the pleasure of the West.
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Money can blur the lines between what is legal and illegal, it can make a mother sacrifice her own son Jeetu for a TV. Personally I liked this play as the dramatist is not trying hard to make it seem real to the audience.
Even though the manhula play is set in a dystopian setting the play was easy to read and understand. The stage directions and the writing was so clear as to make one imagine each and every incident happening in the play.
Personally I loved the characters of Jeetu and Jaya as they are portrayed as strong characters with substance. Dec 23, Darya rated it really liked it.
Read this play as a syllabus reading for my Intro to Lit class and thoroughly enjoyed it. The horrors of the organ market are exaggerated to dystopian standards, encouraging readers to take a closer look and the moral issues regarding the trading system. A short yet powerful read. Sarah rated it really liked it Dec 01, Aparna rated it liked it Sep 20, Rudra Bharathi K G rated it really liked it Apr 23, Grishma Udani rated it really liked it Dec 22, Mel Horvath rated it really liked it Nov 12, Ashwariya Khemka rated it it was ok Apr 20, Daphne rated it really liked it Nov 22, Aparajith Raman rated it liked it Mar 06, Karen Roberson rated it really liked it Oct 09, Vee Kumari rated it really liked it Jun 19, Jack Page rated it it was amazing Mar 11, Dakota Miller rated it really liked it Nov 02, Emily rated it it was amazing Dec 07, Anushree Thareja rated it really liked it Oct 24, Christina rated it liked it Feb 26, Pahini rated it liked it Apr 16, Christina Packard rated it liked it Oct 03, Leah rated it really liked it Jun 17, Chirag Gupta rated it it was amazing May 12, Collin rated it really liked it Jan 15, Adityasandeep rated it it was amazing Jan 27, Katherine rated it it was amazing Mar 25, Koroviev rated it liked it Nov 01, Camilla rated it liked it Sep 25, Angela rated it it was ok Nov 08, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Manjula Padmanabhan is a playwright, novelist, journalist, comic strip artist, and children’s book author.
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