Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "A tender love story rendered in prose of dazzling comic wizardry." J. M. Coetzee, author of Disgrace "[A] wildly imaginative slapstick romp." San Francisco Chronicle "Hilarious and ultimately poignant.Coovadia navigates between a glitteringly amusing tone and something softer, something that often verges on the tender." New York magazine. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Set in India and South Africa, The Wedding joins Ismet Nassin, a clerk of modest prospects from Bombay, and Khateja, a village beauty he marries on the very day he spies her from the window of his train. Matrimony happens fast, love lags behind. Khateja is willful, difficult, and misanthropic?in short, highly desirable. Ismet is in for the battle of his life.
Based upon the story of his grandparents and his own upbringing in Durban, South Africa, Imraan Coovadia has written a brilliantly funny and tender first novel?an alternately poignant and hilarious story about the choices we make and the homes that we build.
The Wedding is a witty and wonderful subcontinental The Taming of the Shrew.
Über den Autor:
Imraan Coovadia, born in Durban, South Africa, attended Harvard, studied writing at Cornell, and is currently teaching at Clark University. The Wedding is his first novel. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts.
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