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Lahiri, Jhumpa, (author,, translator.).

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  • 35 of 63 copies available at Bibliomation.
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Gunn Memorial Library - Washington. (Show)
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Gunn Memorial Library - Washington FIC LAH (Text to phone) 34055145675850 Adult New Fiction Checked out 08/03/2021
Ansonia Public Library FIC LAHIRI, JHUMPA (Text to phone) 34045120763391 Adult New Fiction Available -
Babcock Library - Ashford F Lah (Text to phone) 33110148863416 Adult New Material Available -
Beacon Falls Public Library FIC LAH (Text to phone) 33120000398252 Adult New Fiction Available -
Bentley Memorial Library - Bolton FIC Lah (Text to phone) 33160148505582 Adult New Material Available -
Bethel Public Library NEW LAHIRI (Text to phone) 34030148191510 Adult New Fiction Checked out 08/18/2021
Black Rock Branch - Bridgeport FIC LAHIRI (Text to phone) 34000148014061 Adult New Fiction Available -
Booth & Dimock Library - Coventry AF LAH (Text to phone) 33260000556341 Adult New Checked out 08/24/2021
Brookfield Library F/LAHIRI (Text to phone) 34029146696074 Adult New Fiction Available -
Burroughs-Saden Main - Bridgeport FIC LAHIRI (Text to phone) 34000148014053 Adult New Fiction Available -
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General Note:
"Originally published in Italy as Dove mi trovo by Ugo Guanda Editors S.r.l., Milan, in 2018"--Title page verso.
Summary, etc.:
"A marvelous new novel from the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Lowland and Interpreter of Maladies--her first in nearly a decade. Exuberance and dread, attachment and estrangement: in this novel, Jhumpa Lahiri stretches her themes to the limit. The woman at the center wavers between stasis and movement, between the need to belong and the refusal to form lasting ties. The city she calls home, an engaging backdrop to her days, acts as a confidant: the sidewalks around her house, parks, bridges, piazzas, streets, stores, coffee bars. We follow her to the pool she frequents and to the train station that sometimes leads her to her mother, mired in a desperate solitude after her father's untimely death. In addition to colleagues at work, where she never quite feels at ease, she has girl friends, guy friends, and "him," a shadow who both consoles and unsettles her. But in the arc of a year, as one season gives way to the next, transformation awaits. One day at the sea, both overwhelmed and replenished by the sun's vital heat, her perspective will change. This is Jhumpa Lahiri's first novel she wrote in Italian and translated into English. It brims with the impulse to cross barriers. By grafting herself onto a new literary language, Lahiri has pushed herself to a new level of artistic achievement"-- Provided by publisher.
Language Note:
Translated from the Italian.
Subject: Fathers > Death > Fiction.
Perspective > Fiction.
Cities and towns > Fiction.
Italy > Fiction.
Genre: Domestic fiction.

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