A Beautifully Written Debut Novel Of A Young Indian Woman Struggling Between Embracing Her Heritage And Fitting In As An American In Oak Grove, California, 1976, There Are As Many Sikh Temples As Christian Churches, The City Council Has Prints Announcements In Both English And Punjabi And The Large Indian Immigrant Community Is Gracefully Coexists With The Old Farming Families But For 15 Year Old Jeeto, Figuring Out Where She Fits Best And What She Must Do To Find That Fit Isn T So Easy Jeeto Soon Realizes That The Women Around Her Do Far Than Drink Tea On Balmy California Afternoons Their Traditions And Religion Give Shape To Fortune And Destiny In A World Of Arranged Marriages And Strict Family Politics That Force Jeeto To Struggle With Reconciling The Possibilities Of Freedom And Love In The Tradition Of Jhumpa Lahiri And Arundhati Roy, Under The Lemon Trees Is Poised To Speak To This Same Audience In An Historically Successful Market A Stellar Debut From An Acclaimed Writer, This Is A Story About Finding Love And Discovering A True Home While Navigating Traditions, Family And Faith Part Bend It Like Beckham, Part Monsoon Wedding, This Is A Cultural And Romantic Tour De Force.
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- 342 pages
- Under the Lemon Trees
- Bhira Backhaus
- 17 March 2018 Bhira Backhaus