Women empowerment has become one of the most commonly used terms across the world over the last century till now. But the questions still persist. Are women at all empowered? Have they managed to become independent? Well, probably not.
And Paulo Coelho’s latest novel “The Spy” is a clear representation of that. Conveyed through the voice of the protagonist Mata Hari, “The Spy” portrays the life of a woman who wanted to live the life of an independent woman. She was a talented dancer and had the capabilities of mesmerising the audience with her art of dancing. She was also a courtesan who could enchant even the most stoic men of her time. But in the end, she had to pay the ultimate price and her lifestyle has been cited as the prime reason behind such fate of Hari Mata.
To listen to this heart-wrenching story of an open-minded, you need to get hold of a copy of “The Spy” by Paulo Coelho. It is available in almost all the bookstores. But don’t be late because you might just miss out on your copy as the shelves have already started to get empty.
|Publisher:||Penguin Random||Year of Publishing:||2016|
|Cover:||Hardcover||No. of Pages:||208|
|MRP:||Rs 299||Buy From:||Flipkart.com