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The Inscrutable Americans book.

The Inscrutable Americans book. A hilarious and poignant novel about an Indian exchange.

Inscrutable Americans. this book is by far the best humorous novel that I read. At times I found uncontrollably roaring with laughter and tears rolling out of my eyes due to laughing. this books is THAT good!!!

Inscrutable Americans. this books is THAT good!!! Dont take it as a serious work on indian life in USA, its just a humorous novel. I am just amazed there can be people complaining about the authenticity of a fiction work. 2 people found this helpful.

The Inscrutable Americans is a 1991 novel by Anurag Mathur. Tri-Color Communications adapted the book into a film in 1999. Gopal Kumar, the son of a hair oil tycoon in Madhya Pradesh, arrives in America to study chemical engineering in a university in Eversville. As he reaches New York, he is received by Sunil and Sushant and his comic discovery of America starts

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Americans By-Anurag Mathur.

The Inscrutable Americans. This hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small university campus in the US, by an Indian student. The Inscrutable Americans (eBook). by Anurag Mathur (Author). His English is comically Indian, and his initial notions of America are absurdly inadequate and stereotyped. The theme of the novel is his comic discovery of America, and his own growth and maturing through his diverse adventures he encounters. This hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small university campus in the US, by an Indian.

This hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small university campus in the US, by an Indian student.

Conclusion Anurag Mathur’s innovative style of presenting American English and Indian English in the novel may have been one of the reasons which made it the only Indian book on the bestseller list for eleven long years. The present progressive form has been semantically extended to simple present, present perfect, simple past, past progressive, past perfect, future and modal.

The inscrutable Americans’ is a book written by Anurag Mathur, an Indian writer. This book speaks about the experience of an Indian student in United States when he is studying there as a student on a small university campus for one year. The student comes out of a small town of Madhya Pradesh, India. He has got certain notions about America which are absurd. His knowledge about America and the people over there is very limited. The theme of the novel is his discovery of America. The author also speaks about his growth and maturing through his diverse adventures.

The Inscrutable Americans describes the experiences of Indian student Gopal Kumar in the American heartland, as. .The writing here is pretty good

The Inscrutable Americans describes the experiences of Indian student Gopal Kumar in the American heartland, as he comes to the US to continue his university studies. A good student from a family that has been very successful in the hair oil business for generations, he comes from the boondocks in India, too - even if his hometown is known as the "Paris of Madhya Pradesh" - and hasn't been exposed to much. The writing here is pretty good. If rarely perfectly put, Mathur nevertheless does develop some ideas nicely: Though he wouldn't admit it to anyone, Gopal thought one of the most glorious sights in America was the popping open of cans.

This hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small university campus in the US, by an Indian student. His English is comically Indian, and his initial notions of America are absurdly inadequate and stereotyped. The theme of the novel is his comic discovery of America, and his own growth and maturing through his diverse adventures he encounters.
Celak
This really made me introspective about America and look at our flaws. I wish it were a requirement for every American to travel outside our country to absorb another culture. How much richer our country would be, knowing there are others in this world carrying on with life just fine without us.
Cala
Really easy and fun to read book. This book helped me get back into reading.
BlackBerry
My girl friend, an Indian Immigrant was the one that

turned me on to this book. While I am not from India,

this is a very humourous bit of fiction regardless of

the culture you are coming from - anyone should be able

to get a good laugh from it. Those that have posted here

that have not, should definitely lighten up and check to

see where their sense of humour has gone to in today's

hyper-sensitive, massively overly politically correct

global society.
Framokay
Good read. Very amusing.
Mora
It's funny, liked the characters.
Abywis
Highly entertaining!
Sti
Inscrutable Americans

this book is by far the best humorous novel that I read. At times I found uncontrollably roaring with laughter and tears rolling out of my eyes due to laughing. this books is THAT good!!!
Dont take it as a serious work on indian life in USA, its just a humorous novel. I am just amazed there can be people complaining about the authenticity of a fiction work.
bought this for my daughter who is a college student; it was one of the books required for one of her courses, and not easy to find
Inscrutable Americans ebook
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Anurag Mathur
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Publisher:
Rupa and Co; 43rd edition (January 1, 1996)
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247 pages
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