Bye-Bye, Blackbird

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Hind Pocket Books, 1971 - 266 páginas

Written in vivid narrative and chiselled prose, Bye-Bye Blackbird explores the lives of the outsiders seeking to forge a new identity in an alien society. Set against England's green and grisly landscape, enigmatic and attractive to some, depressing and nauseating to others, it is a story of everyday heroism against subtle oppression, crumbling traditions and homesickness.

'Characters grow with life, the scenes are delicately painted and the nuances of changing mood skilfully transmitted.' — Hindu

'More than a novel, it is a psychological study of the love-hate relationship the immigrants have towards their country of adoption.' — Indian Express

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5
Sección 2
34
Sección 3
61
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ANITA DESAI, novelist, short story writer and children’s author, was born in 1937 in Mussoorie, India, to an Indian father and a German mother. She was educated in Delhi and completed her graduation in English literature from Delhi University.

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