The Inheritance of Loss

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Kiran Desai's first novel, "Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard," was published to unanimous acclaim in over twenty-two countries. Now Desai takes us to the northeastern Himalayas where a rising insurgency challenges the old way of life. In a crumbling, ...Continua
Ha scritto il 06/07/16
perplexing
After an initial amazement for the ways the writer is able to go deep into many aspects of of foreigness and how corrupting and debilitating can be to live as an immigrant, the writer loses her thread and the story wobbles into an unfinished and ...Continua
Ha scritto il 25/09/13
It was difficult to stick to reading the book until its end. The writing is very dense and the subject matter heavy - instructive but I would not recommend it.
Ha scritto il 20/05/12
Many and many times I was tempted to skip the overly descriptive passages and plunge into the character's feelings and stories: what Kiran Desai does really well is portray the million ways in which the inheritance of loss manifests itself in their ...Continua
Ha scritto il 21/08/10
SPOILER ALERT
this book grew slowly on me. at first it was a bit hard to get back to reading it, even if i liked it. the first part is very slow, not much happens, but if you keep reading then you'll see that it's a preparation for the second, in which a lot ...Continua
Ha scritto il 12/02/10
English writing Indian authors.. sometimes I feel it's always the same story they tell. indiani anglofoni.. scrivono con grazia, ma sembra di leggere sempre la stessa storia

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