The inscrutable Americans

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Rupa & Co., 1991 - Fiction - 247 pages
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Anurag Mathur... is the toast of India's capital.... (His) tale of a subcontinental bumpkin at sea in the American heartland has struck a chord with Indian intellectuals... Indian Herald Tribune

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A wonderful book with easy pace. - Goodreads
Just Ok.. Nothing Gr8 in authors writing... - Goodreads
The writing was good. - Goodreads
... somehow, i loved the ending too. - Goodreads
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I read this book pretty late (almost after 18 yrs of being published), but its the best smooth humour I have ever read. The experiences are so vividly and lucidly narrated, I feel as if being present in the same situation. A must-read.


User Review  - Arpit Jain - Flipkart

This book is just phenominal. So much fun, drama, emotion, humour and sex as well. Amazing experience of a boy's college life in America. If one ever gets a chance ever to study in America, he should live the life the way the protagonist did. Must read and recommended. Read full review

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