Whereabouts: A near-plotless story leaves an unforgettable aftertaste

Jhumpa Lahiri’s latest novel is superbly written and deeply meditative

13th June, 2021
Whereabouts: A near-plotless story leaves an unforgettable aftertaste
Jhumpa Lahiri’s fiction is written in Italian and then translated by herself into English

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Whereabouts

By Jhumpa Lahiri

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