The Inscrutable Americans [Anurag Mathur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This hilarious novel describes one year spent on a small. The Inscrutable Americans [Anurag Mathur] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This quirky novel – a besteller in India – chronicles an Indian. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Anurag Mathur was born in New Delhi and educated at Scindia School (Gwalior), St Stephen’s College (Delhi), and the.

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Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Anurag Mathur Average rating: I enjoyed this book thoroughly! Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. It was hilarious, I thought. Dec 05, Jonathan rated it it was ok.

To ask other readers questions about The Inscrutable Americansplease sign up. Write a customer review. Unsure if you would be able to go? Refresh and try again. In the days before Chetan Bhagat, this book provides a humorous account of the clash of the Indian and American cultures. Sometimes funny, sometimes sexist. Nevertheless, Mathur who spent some years as a student in Eversville-like Tulsa, Oklahoma does a reasonably good job of presenting how Gopal sees and navigates this strange, foreign world, from insdrutable first time he sees snow to his shyness going to a party.

Feb 18, Loveena Mathews matbur it it was ok. Marhur Kumar, the son of a hair oil tycoon in Ameircans Pradesh, arrives in America to study chemical engineering in a university in Eversville. This novel claims to be hilarious, although I didn’t find anything remotely funny about it – neither the prose if it is witty and funny, it does a good job of hiding it nor the characters which were lazy stereotypes of small-town Indians and NRIs.


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As to the local mores, Mathur perhaps exaggerates slightly the willingness of everyone to jump in bed with everyone at pretty much the drop of anything — but then he was writing for an Indian audience, and a bit of such exotic sensationalism couldn’t hurt. Reading Share with friends: A book with a humorous inscrutabl and some thought-provoking sections towards the end.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. It doesn’t tunnel deep into the human psyche as The Inheritance of Loss but if you’re in mood for a light and cheesy novel for a train journey, you may very well try out this one.

The pace and humour was amazing to start with, but the narration went on to be a drone by the end of the book. There are tons of books that have cropped up recently dealing with the lives of the ABCD’s living abroad as well as the adventures and the misadventures of fresh of the boat people who traveled from remote cities in India to foreign lands; but since this is the first one I read – I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I can’t forget the amusing language the book had and reading it was such a fun then. Scenes From An Executive Life 2. Dont take it as a serious work on indian life in USA, its just a humorous novel. None of them even have the decency of getting a real name. The Country is Going to the Dogs 1. The Inscrutable Americans – India.

The more than cheerful prof. We strive to curate experiences that are worth your time and money, possibly something you have never tried before. Subtle humor, your face humor, sarcastic humor, ignorant humor. Quotes from The Inscrutable A And it is also filled with small small things which we Indians, who travel abroad, ultimately note – clean air which fill your lungs, mundane greenery, calm life, nobody cares about your background.


I found the protagonist to be so absorbed in his cultural high-handedness that he was like the divas you soak in water to make the pores get saturated with it. The reference to racism, poverty in USA. Rate this book Clear rating 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. However, there were scenes in particular that were a bit ‘rape-y’ for my taste and many of the female characters where portrayed as sex-obsessed or were actually prostitutes.

Fun book to read about the findings on an orthodox indian studying in the U. I first read this book at the age of A bit unfocused and rushed, with characters pushed aside in quick succession and then occasionally retrieved if convenientThe Inscrutable Americans is somewhat undeveloped as a novel.

He even goes to a massage parlour and makes unwanted sexual advances repeatedly even after being warned.

The Inscrutable Americans – Anurag Mathur

Goo I picked up this book on the recommendation of a friend. Feb 24, Bookspective americns it liked it Shelves: His English is comically Indian, and his initial notions of America are absurdly inadequate and stereotyped. My girl friend, an Indian Immigrant was americanns one that turned me on to this book. He lived for three years in the US before returning home amfricans India to embark on a career in journalism and publishing. The transformation of the protagonist is showcased quite well.

The book is about a boy named Gopal who leaves India and goes to America for his higher studies. The Inscrutable Americans – US. Not his own achievements, not his family’s affluence, everything was beyond the curtain of mirrors with which America bounded itself.

How can someone with such a horrible English put that “inscrutable” word in the title?