With a touch that is “delicate yet assured, leaving no room for flubbed notes or forced epiphanies” (Los Angeles Times), Jhumpa Lahiri navigates the immigrant experience and the barriers between cultures and generations in her elegant fiction. She received the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for her debut story collection, Interpreter of Maladies. Her other books include the story collection Unaccustomed Earth and the New York Times Notable Book The Namesake, a gracefully rendered story of identity, cultural assimilation, and the burden of the past. Her second novel, The Lowland is an intimate portrayal of family ties that unravel in the devastating wake of the Naxalite rebellion in India.
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