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First published in 1978, this Martin Luther King Memorial Prize-winner is a study of Asian women in Britain. The book looks at attitudes to love and marriage, family relationships and friendships, as well as recounting experiences of racism in housing and education and at the hands of the law.

A new edition of this book will be published soon.

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Author Amrit Wilson

AMRIT WILSON is author of Dreams, Questions, Struggles: South Asian Women in Britain (Pluto Press, 2006), “Ndoto, Maswali, Mapambano: Wanawake wa Asia ya Kusini Ulaya ya Uingereza” na US Foreign Policy and Revolution: The Creation of Tanzania (Pluto Press, 1989) “Sera ya Mambo ya Nje ya Marekani na Mapinduzi: Kuundwa kwa Tanzania”