A highly educated corporate executive ends up in Jail far away from him home for no fault of his and spends about 30 odd days there. The situation is revealing as the people from two different worlds meet at an equal footing, irrespective of their backgrounds and their alleged crimes, they are all victims of the system to an extent. Author comes out introduced to a different world and hopefully more sensitive to it.
This work is purely based on author’s first hand experience and he mentions right in the beginning that everything is true, including the name of the employer for whom he had to go to jail. I see some restrain in his writing, some holding back and feel that fictionalizing the narrative can potentially lend more truth to the story. When you are talking about people who are in power even when they are in Jail, you tend to be a bit constrained and Continue reading