Home to India by Jacquelin Singh

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Even after learning her Sikh lover, Tej, is already married, Helen is determined to marry him against all opposition and follows him to India
 

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Published June 1, 1997 by Permanent Pr Pub Co. 217 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Tej assures Helen that the marriage is a formality: Dilraj Kaur is his dead brother's widow, and the marriage is in name only, the kind of union commonly performed to protect the rights of widows and ensure the inheritance status of their children.

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Singh, whose life superficially resembles Helen's, takes a quotation from Italo Calvino for her epigraph: ""The author of every book is a fictitious character whom the existent author invents to make him the author of his fictions."" (June)

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