Expecting by Chitra Ramaswamy

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Expecting represents the subject matter of pregnancy lifted into another sphere. It is not a factual, pictorial guide, to be given by a doctor or midwife; nor is it a memoir in disguise. It lives with us on the page precisely because it is not so much about who the author is as what her body is feeling...
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Immediately, poignantly, gripping…magnificent.’ --Zoe Williams, Guardian. When Chitra Ramaswamy discovered she was pregnant, she longed for a book that went above and beyond a manual; a book that did more than describe what was happening in her growing body. One that, instead, got to the very heart of this overwhelming, confusing and exciting experience.
 

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Published April 1, 2016 by Saraband. 192 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Kirsty Gunn on May 19 2016

Expecting represents the subject matter of pregnancy lifted into another sphere. It is not a factual, pictorial guide, to be given by a doctor or midwife; nor is it a memoir in disguise. It lives with us on the page precisely because it is not so much about who the author is as what her body is feeling...

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