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
Humorous, honest portrayal of India and America. - Goodreads
The writing was good. - Goodreads
... somehow, i loved the ending too. - Goodreads
I didn't quite enjoy his writing style or the story. - 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.

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The Inscrutable Americans is a hilarious story of an Indian visiting America and his experience with the American way of life. My review of the book (along with the review of an unrelated Hindi picture) is available at for reference. Read full review

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