The Company Of Women

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Author : Khushwant Singh

No. of Pages : 232

Book Category : Best Seller,Grown Up,Elder,Novels,Stories,Fiction,Romance,Emotional,Passion,Love

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The Company of Women is a novel by Indian author Khushwant Singh. In The Company of Women, Khushwant Singh, India's most widely read author, has produced an uninhibited, erotic and endlessly entertaining celebration of love, sex and passion. The basic theme of the book is the relationship between men and women, who has been depicted in countless works, in innumerable ways and styles, including literary texts and poetry, mediums like paintings, stone carvings, folksongs and folklores. This has been described in the book in the form of a series of events in the life of the lead character, Mohan Kumar. A series of sequences unfold in the book in the form of Mohan Kumar’s association and rendezvous with a number of women. In brief, The Company of Women celebrates the universal and the eternal story of man's relationship with woman: the relationship of love, sex, and passion. The book presents this relationship in a very unusual and original style, which is not only uninhibited and erotic, but also enormously enchanting and engrossing. However, the story also serves as a sort of modern-day morality tale, with Mohan Kumar committingsuicide as he realizes he has AIDS, in effect, paying for his promiscuity.