The Lowland – Review

 The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri

Published in 2013

Pages: 415

Genre: Contemporary fiction

“East of the Tolly Club, after Deshapran Sashmal Road splits in two, there is a small mosque.”

The Lowland, by Jhumpa Lahiri, weaves through years and across oceans to create a narrative that is universal despite the specificity of the culture from which the characters originate. There is a kaleidoscopic element to the human experience that is captured and translated into the words within this novel. Pay attention; you might miss something. Continue reading “The Lowland – Review”