ISBN 9788179929759,The Queen of Genes

The Queen of Genes



Jaico Publishing House

Publication Year 2009

ISBN 9788179929759

ISBN-10 8179929752


Number of Pages 292 Pages
Language (English)


This novel describes the poignant struggle of two sisters to survive in a male dominated society. It redefines women from a scientific perspective, and explains how they evolve constantly to master new challenges. Men, with their traditional and aggressive attitudes, fail to understand women, and treat them as 'Maternity Machines', meant only to serve and suffer. The book helps modern woman to understand the riddle of her resilience that arises from selective inactivation of one 'X' chromosome. The story gives rational explanations of unconventional behaviour patterns, changing lifestyles and career ambitions of educated women that upset the primitive mindset of mankind. Also, the book underlines a spiritual attitude to feminine life, by establishing the fact that every woman is a mystic, simply because of her inherited capacity to surrender self-interest for serving the cause of family and society. It exposes some modern vendors of Indian spirituality, and hails women's inherent ability to extend self consciousness to promote unity and equality on a global basis. Of course, they are exploited and constantly pushed into deep depression now, but in the long run, they will certainly take over the planet.

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