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Kakapee: The Self-Actualized Operation That Challenged the Genes of a Crows Shit M. C. Raj

Kakapee: The Self-Actualized Operation That Challenged the Genes of a Crows Shit

M. C. Raj

Published October 19th 2009
ISBN : 9781448994151
Paperback
428 pages
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Kakapee is a fascinating account of the rise of a historically unseeable Dalit from burning ashes through sheer grit and determination. It makes a capital out of the latent strength of the oppressed instead of trying to sell pains and sorrows. ItMoreKakapee is a fascinating account of the rise of a historically unseeable Dalit from burning ashes through sheer grit and determination. It makes a capital out of the latent strength of the oppressed instead of trying to sell pains and sorrows. It splashes before the readers a swell of win-win situations from almost impossibilities. Geniuses are made and are not born. Kakapee proves that they are self-made. The hero overcomes many roadblocks in life through a solid interiority. Born of total illiterate parents in an unseeable community, the hero rises like the phoenix to become a veritable symbol of liberation for the Dalits, the untouchable people of India. This highly informative novel will make the readers realize that they too can win and make others win. This novel provides ample evidence that Kakapee, the shit of a crow, can indeed change its genes and also the world.