"A pitch-perfect analysis of repressed and stunted emotion, and another triumph to set beside those of Desai, Rushdie, Roy, and especially (the Chekhovian master Chaudhuri most closely resembles) R.K. Narayan."
The condition of a stranger in a familiar land is dramatized with beguiling simplicity and tact in this deeply
moving fourth novel from the young Indian author (Freedom Song
, 1999, etc.).
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