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    Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY ô ILDESIGN.CO ¹ Bharati Mukherjee FREE READ Desirable Daughters As fascinating as I find the Indian subcontinent and as much as I want to learn the differences between the cultures languages and religions of India reading this book was mostly just frustrating Not sure if it's just the fact that the book focuses on the woes of the Bengali elite ouch my gold necklace is so heavy I thi

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY Why I picked this book up I couldn't tell you but after getting through the first portions it seemed to pick up steam and I liked it than I would have thought I enjoyed the gossipy commentary on family and immigrant life especially

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    SUMMARY ô ILDESIGN.CO ¹ Bharati Mukherjee Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY FREE READ Desirable Daughters Desirable Daughters is primarily the story of Tara Lata one of three sisters and the namesake of an ancient grand aunt who became a Tree Bride

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee Another fascinating novel involving the lives of immigrants to the US In this case 3 daughters grew up in Calcutta where their beauty was praised and where they attended excellent schools Years later the youngest is a divo

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee SUMMARY ô ILDESIGN.CO ¹ Bharati Mukherjee The beginning of the book was no where near intriguing honestly have no idea what the introduction had any symbolic connection to the rest of the book it was like a waste of a chapter The middle was a bit interesting except when she flew into details and I totally lost my focus and the words aren't clear with whats going on and whats happe

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    FREE READ Desirable Daughters Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY ô ILDESIGN.CO ¹ Bharati Mukherjee Mukherjee's occasionally gifted prose doesn't keep this novel from rapidly devolving into cliches We meet the beautiful Indian women the beauti

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY SUMMARY ô ILDESIGN.CO ¹ Bharati Mukherjee This book was annoying to read I kept waiting for some sort of climax or turning point and was disappointed I really didn't even like the main

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee FREE READ Desirable Daughters Very disappointing Though we’ll written with and full of many interesting details especially the colorful description of the vast

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    (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee I felt keen to learn something about Indian culture and themes and I tried to argue myself into trying harder to connect with these charcters than I would usually do to assume my disjunction with them might stem from a lost in translation experience But no I actually think I found them unrelatable because they were so very rich an

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    FREE READ Desirable Daughters (EBOOK FREE) [Desirable Daughters] By Bharati Mukherjee This book had me at the first page I consider myself to be one with my culture so when this book came as a recommendation I immediately got into it What Mukherjee did was to transpose values of old into her story to create a perspective that went deeper than the words on her pages She hit on some pertinent aspects of Indian culture and provided the conseuences of what would happen when uestions go unanswered T

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FREE READ Desirable Daughters

SUMMARY Ñ Desirable Daughters Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY Man who has in many ways broken with tradition but still remains tied to her native country Mukherjee follows the diverging paths taken by three extraordinary Calcutta born sisters as they come. The beginning of the book was no where near intriguing honestly have no idea what the introduction had any symbolic connection to the rest of the book it was like a waste of a chapter The middle was a bit interesting except when she flew into details and I totally lost my focus and the words aren t clear with whats going on and whats happening I didn t like how they were trying to assimilate into America they made it seem impossible like they did not belong and I must say that is sooooo untrue The ending was a huge bore the reason i give it three stars is because of the middle but overall none of the story made sense The Russo Japanese War 1904 1905 still remains tied to her native country Mukherjee follows the diverging paths taken by three extraordinary Calcutta born Duffy sisters as they come. The beginning of the book was no where near intriguing honestly have no idea what the introduction had any Art of Deception Kate Hanson #2 symbolic connection to the rest of the book it was like a waste of a chapter The middle was a bit interesting except when Flight of the Clockwork Angels she flew into details and I totally lost my focus and the words aren t clear with whats going on and whats happening I didn t like how they were trying to assimilate into America they made it Take seem impossible like they did not belong and I must La figlia del podestà say that is Persuasion The Litigator's Art sooooo untrue The ending was a huge bore the reason i give it three L'aventure ambiguë stars is because of the middle but overall none of the The Mangle of Practice Time Agency and Science story made Love and Friendship sense

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SUMMARY Ñ Desirable Daughters Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY Of age in a changing world Moving effortlessly between generations she weaves together fascinating stories of the sisters' ancestors childhood memories and dramatic scenes from India's history. I felt keen to learn something about Indian culture and themes and I tried to argue myself into trying harder to connect with these charcters than I would usually do to assume my disjunction with them might stem from a lost in translation experience But no I actually think I found them unrelatable because they were so very rich and casuallyblindly privileged For all that Tara refers to her wealth multiple time in a semi apologetic way and she comes across as a semi apologetic doormat in nearly every interaction she has with other characters too the poor little rich girl syndrom triumphs over genuine insightI appreciated the post colonial insights the ambivalent attitude toward the colonising British hating the way they wielded power but learning over generations to value the culture and cultural capital Sad but true And the fate of women to be fragile and beautiful and devote a lot of time and effort to charming comforting and ornamentingsure I fet some sadness for them in this but then on the other hand they were comfortable and pampered enough oh the privilege of physical beauty not to really critiue even thisAll the nasty criminals seemed to be servants and lower caste and class people who had experienced real material hardship but none of this was acknowledged in the way they were portrayed it was as if in the mind of the protagonist and perhaps the author servant classes and castes really are less ethical than the rest of us Not that anything excuses putting a bomb in a person s house of courseI loved the story of Tara Lata the tree bride I didn t always see her relevance to the whiny and unspirited modern Tara Perhaps in some way Tara saw herself differently than I did she saw herself as assertive and independent than Padma but I wasn t seeing it in the ready way she submitted and clung her way through several relationships that all seemed toxic and borderline abusive andor codependentI liked Rabi I would have liked of his voice I loved the bombshell dropped about half way through the book but I can t discuss it because that would be a spoiler I didn t see it coming but in some ways I liked how it was treated In other ways it was just one of too many threads all left half woven The book seemed as undecided as the protagonist about its own identity It seemed conflicted with itself whether to be an introspective pshychological work or a discussion of the way culture traverses time and place and has to adapt or a suspense filled mystery or just a chick lit about fashion and romance though to be fair the romance aspect kept being downgraded to less and less relevant and I did enjoy that aspect of the bookI think it would make a successful and popular movie with all the colourful characters and costumes and the vivid portrayals of place as well as fast moving action and plenty of conflict There s a sort of ADHD uality to the plotting though maybe therefore it would make better TV with its five minute attention spans and advert breaks In any case it was a rich book in terms of cultural crossings and I don t want to let my disappointment that it stopped short of serious insights take away from the gift of seeing some lifestyles and a complex group of cultures so very different from mine Shaky Ground she weaves together fascinating Reach Finding Strength Spirit and Personal Power stories of the Nilas Hope sisters' ancestors childhood memories and dramatic Man Up Vol 1 scenes from India's history. 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SUMMARY Ñ Desirable Daughters Bharati Mukherjee ¹ 1 SUMMARY In the tradition of the Joy Luck Club Bharati Mukherjee has written a remarkable novel that is both the portrait of a traditional Brahmin Indian family and a contemporary American story of a wo. As fascinating as I find the Indian subcontinent and as much as I want to learn the differences between the cultures languages and religions of India reading this book was mostly just frustrating Not sure if it s just the fact that the book focuses on the woes of the Bengali elite ouch my gold necklace is so heavy I think I m developing scoliosis or that the heroine of the story never manages to grow a spine and yet she s suppose to be this independent modern woman or all these surrounding characters who are just so rude narrow minded and self centered but put it all together and what you get is a world you don t really want to be a part of Take story of a wo. As fascinating as I find the Indian La figlia del podestà subcontinent and as much as I want to learn the differences between the cultures languages and religions of India reading this book was mostly just frustrating Not Persuasion The Litigator's Art sure if it L'aventure ambiguë s just the fact that the book focuses on the woes of the Bengali elite ouch my gold necklace is The Mangle of Practice Time Agency and Science so heavy I think I m developing Love and Friendship scoliosis or that the heroine of the the History of Modern Japan story never manages to grow a Laltipiano delle meraviglie spine and yet Alan Ford Tutto per uno uno per tutti she Red Poppies A Novel of Tibet s Madame Bovary suppose to be this independent modern woman or all these Boom Chicka Boom surrounding characters who are just Un Perrito Problematico so rude narrow minded and 7 Intimate Secrets self centered but put it all together and what you get is a world you don t really want to be a part of

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • Desirable Daughters
  • Bharati Mukherjee
  • English
  • 15 February 2019
  • 9780786885152