2 edition of Recurrent maladies in scholarly writing found in the catalog.
Recurrent maladies in scholarly writing
Eugene Stock McCartney
Reprint of the 1953 ed.
|Statement||[by] Eugene S. McCartney.|
|LC Classifications||PN147 .M28 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 141 p.|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||77090361|
The Interpreter of Maladies is a collection of nine short stories that explore themes of identity, the immigrant experience, cultural differences, love, and family. The characters are largely Indian or Indian-American and their stories together paint an evocative picture of India's diaspora. In A Temporary Matter, an electrical outage forces married couple Shoba and Shukumar to confront their Author: Jhumpa Lahiri. for online resources on writing scholarly papers). Information that follows the lit-erature review depends on the type of paper you are writing. If you are writing a research paper, the methods, results and discus-sion of the results follow the review of the literature. If you are describing a case study, a.
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"Interpreter of Maladies" Mr. Kapasi is a tour guide who's driving the Das family—ethnic Indians born in America—to the Sun Temple in India. We view everything through his perspective and we learn that Mr.
and Mrs. Das aren't all that close nor do they really enjoy taking care of their three kids. Interpretation of Maladies brings to light many of the issues with identity faced by the Diaspora community. The book contains the stories of first and second generation Indian immigrants, as well as a few stories involving ideas of otherness among communities in India.
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