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Marked by pain, bound by hope

Aarthi Chandrasekhar

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2009.038


Abstract

68 Pages is the story of Nishit, Umrao, Kiran and Payal−all of whom belong to marginalized communities and are further marginalized by their HIV status. Their lives unfold through 68 pages of a diary maintained by Mansi (Moulli Ganguly), a counsellor at an HIV/AIDS clinic. Passionate about her work, she carries the stories of her clients’ lives home and writes about them in her diary.

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