Desirable Daughters is set in America and India equally. It is both the portrait of a traditional Brahmin Indian family and a contemporary story of an American woman who has in many ways broken with the tradition but still remains tied to her native country. An intricate mystery that unfolds throughout this compelling novel, it creates both intrigue and suspense but also initiates a quest for identity.
Bharati Mukherji is the author of five novels, two non-fiction books and two collections of short stories, including The Middleman and Other Stories, for which she won the National Book Critics Award. She is a professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley.
Her other books include Darkness, The Tiger's Daughter, Jasmine, Wife, Days and Nights in Calcutta and Leave it to Me.
|Packing Weight||0.5 kg|
|Publisher||rupa & company|
|Book Format||Paper Back|
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