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I am beginning to see a pattern emerging in all her work, with her characters all seeming to suffer from the same discontent in their lives. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by iris stevens
This was my second time reading it. I loved it the first time and just as much the second time. Stories beautifully crafted. One of my favorite books.Published 2 days ago by Erika Chapman
A series of short stories which were very similar and all told in a "Lifetime TV" style. Writing was not exceptional, more like a sophomore English major writing for a... Read morePublished 21 days ago by David J. Prepelka
So moving. Beautiful, difficult, heart-rending stories @ immigrants to America. Her writing is beautifully fluid and alive. READ THIS now.Published 26 days ago by davidson
You've read it before from Jhumpa...all her characters are brilliant...all of them can go to any ivy league school they choose...blah blah blah.Published 27 days ago by Carol P. Scott
If you loved The Namesake and Interpreter of Maladies here are more short stories by Pulitzer Prize winner Jhumpa Lahiri. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joanna Daneman
The stories gripped me from the beginning. Each just long enough to captivate then let go. The last few blend into eachother and are so beautifully written. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anne
There has already been a plethora of praise heaped on Jhumpa Lahiri's fiction, and rightly so. I suspect that even years from now she will be recognized as the writer who most... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Timothy J. Bazzett
I thought the stories, particularly the interconnected ones, very well written. Ms. Lahiri's characters come alive, and the tensions between generations are believable. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DodieW.