The Buddha of Suburbia

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The Buddha of Suburbia, Hanif Kureishi's first novel, is a tour de force of comic invention, a bizarre, often hilarious, and totally original picture of the life of a young Pakistani growing up in 1970s Britain. Karim lives with his Mum and Dad in a ...Continua

Ho provato a leggerlo a più riprese nel corso degli anni. Non è mai riuscito a catturare la mia attenzione. Sarà anche che non sono attratto dalla cultura e storia inglese...

Identity Crisis
One of my absolute favourites. This novel questions everything society uses to define people, and everything we use to define ourselves: race, class, gender, sexuality. These things, so often polarised, are instead placed on a spectrum: a person is n...Continua
fran_ces
Wrote 12/27/11
Maybe 3.5

It's entertaining, but not so special.

Wrote 3/14/10

Una London non swinging

roberta
Wrote 7/17/08

I was surrounded by people I loved, and I felt very happy and miserable at the same time. I thought of what a mess everything had been, but that it wouldn't always be that way.


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