Tales of the Old Mustard Houseby: Yashda Garg
Tales of the Old Mustard House is the narrative of a dysfunctional family. The parents, who are struggling with mental health issues, find themselves trapped in an unpleasant marital bond wherein they barely communicate with each other, while their nineteen-year-old daughter makes numerous attempts to bring a shift in their household. An interesting aspect of this tale is how the principal characters grapple with the monotonous course of their lives, and how a little personal space binds them together in interesting ways.
Although this story provides a glimpse into the battles of every other family at some point in their lives, it specifically caters to the lack of expression and warmth among these units. While addressing the issues such as mental health, trauma, verbal abuse, and separation, this novella is targeted towards mothers who have ever felt emotionally suffocated, fathers who have ever pretended to be strong, and children who have grown up in an unhappy household.
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