As I read this book, a Mexican-American family sold their home across the street from mine, and an Italian-American couple moved in three houses down. The Namesake fits that criteria in that it takes place in three cities and two countries, and "examines the nuances involved with being caught between two conflicting cultures with highly distinct religious, social, and ideological differences." When their first child is born, a son, they are awaiting a letter from Ashima’s grandmother telling them his name, which she is to have selected. I was very interested in the scenes in India and the way the characters perceived the U.S. after they moved. Gogol returns home to help Ashima pack the house when he finds the book Ashoke gave him as a graduation present. Junot Diaz, Julia Alvarez, Anzia Yezierska, and Edwidge Danticat are just a few of the authors who have told their own versions. full title The Namesake. I liked the first 40 pages or so. Brought up in America by a mother who wanted to raise her children to be Indian, she learned about her Bengali heritage from an early age. Each of the above authors tackles this subject from a different enthnographic perspective, but the pull between the old (native) culture and the new (immigrant) one is always present. Categories: LITERARY FICTION. Directed by Mira Nair. Before it's too late, without thinking too much about it first, pack a pillow and a blanket and see as much of the world as you can. But soon I found myself losing interest. Although the Russian author Nikolai Gogol is the reason for the hero's unusual name, Ms. Lahiri does not manage to involve him significantly in the … A disappointingly bland follow-up to a stellar story collection. [3] The film was released in the United States on 9 March 2007, following screenings at film festivals in Toronto and New York City. Eventually the family meets other Bengalis and they become family substitutes, celebrate important cultural milestones together. I was very interested in the scenes in India and the way the characters perceived the U.S. after they moved. American-born Gogol, the son of Indian immigrants, wants to fit in among his fellow New Yorkers, despite his family's unwillingness to let go of their traditional ways. But it could just as easily apply to Ashima and Ashoke, the Bengali couple who travels to the United States and raises a family in Lahiri's first novel, The Namesake . As I read this book, a Mexican-American family sold their home across the street from mine, and an Italian-American couple moved in three houses down. A namesake is a person or thing that has the same name as another or that is named after another. Look. Through experiencing his father's (Tamal Roy Choudhury) funeral rites on the banks of the Ganges, Gogol begins to appreciate Indian culture. The theme of the cultural differences between the United States and India, particularly Calcutta just didn't come across. It left Evan devastated and confused. [9], The film appeared on several critics' top ten lists of the best films of 2007. We first meet Ashima and Ashoke Ganguli in Calcutta, India, where they enter into an arranged marriage, just as their culture would expect. It shows the struggles each generation has with each other and how that can work in a family where each generation is from a different cultural experience. They name their son, Gogol, there is a reason for this name, a name he will come to disdain. We first meet Ashima and Ashoke Ganguli in Calcutta, India, where they enter into an arranged marriage, just as their culture would expect. In the last story, an engineering graduate student arrives in Cambridge from Calcutta, starting a life in a new country. Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, Published Ashima and Ashoke, an arranged marriage, moving to the USA where Ashoke is an engineer, trying to learn a different way of life, different language, so very difficult. "I suppose." (AMY TAN)'When her grandmother learned of Ashima's pregnancy, she was particularly thrilled at the prospect of naming the family's first sahib. Before he goes to Ohio for a teaching apprenticeship, Ashoke tells Gogol the story of how he came up with his name. Ghosh shook his head. The story they all have in common: The immigrant experience in the United States. With Kal Penn, Irrfan Khan, Tabu, Jacinda Barrett. Gogol gets along with Maxine's family and feels closer to them than he does his own family. After finishing the Namesake, my thoughts were drawn to my last roommate in college, an Indian woman studying for her PHD in Psychology. I never emotionally connected to these characters. type of work Novel. My second book by Lahiri and it did not disappoint. An engineer by training, Ashoke adapts far less warily than his wife, who resists all things American and pines for her family. Gogol becomes a lazy, pot-smoking teenager indifferent to his cultural background. I an fascinated by Indian culture and love reading about it. With the book still open on my lap, somewhere in New York City, while walking and talking on her cellphone, my mother laid out a plan for me to help her find a place that was close to her friends from 'back home,' but still somewhere around city amenities. He works as an architect and dates Maxine (Jacinda Barrett), a white woman from a wealthy background, who is clueless about their cultural differences. I read for escapist purposes. But soon I found myself losing interest. The Namesake takes the Ganguli family from their tradition-bound life in Calcutta through their fraught transformation into Americans. Four years later, Lahiri published The Namesake, a novel that traces the fortunes of an Indian family that relocates to the United States. This book is just not about the name given to the main character. author Jhumpa Lahiri. The Namesake NPR coverage of The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. Namesake may also refer to: "The Namesake" (short story), by Willa Cather; The Namesake, children's book by C. Walter Hodges; The Namesake, novel by Jhumpa Lahiri; The Namesake, a 2006 drama film, based on the novel I liked the first 40 pages or so. Ashima rests back on her pillow, limp with relief. The film takes place primarily in Kolkata, New York City, and suburbs of New York City. His wife Ashima deeply misses her family and struggles to adapt. I know this book and specially the author, doens't need any introduction here amongst this elite group of readers . This story is the basis for The Namesake, Lahiri's first full length novel where she weaves together elements from her own life to paint a picture of the Indian immigrant experience in the United States. Jhumpa Lahiri's debut story collection, Interpreter of Maladies, took the literary world by storm when it won the Pulitzer Prize in 2000. [4] Metacritic reported the film had an average score of 82 out of 100, based on 33 reviews, indicating "universal acclaim". Ashima misses her family, and after giving birth to a son misses them even more. One is that Lahiri's novelistic style feels more like summary ("this happened, then this, then this") rather than a story I can experience through scenes. Her book was an immediate and widespread critical and commercial success, earning her the Pulitzer Prize in fiction and the PEN/Hemingway Award. The Namesake is the first novel by author Jhumpa Lahiri, who was born in the UK to Bengali parents and then moved to the USA as a small child.Like her collection of short stories published in 1999, Interpreter of Maladies, The Namesake focuses on first-generation Indian immigrants and the issues they and their children face in the United States. I never emotionally connected to these. Connecting "the Namesake" with "the Overcoat" By: Alex Kasolapkina, Danielle Link, & Jaida Barnes What is the significance of Gogol Ganguli reading Nikolai Gogol's work, not as an adolescent, but as an adult at the end of "The Namesake"? This book tells a story which must be familiar to anyone who has migrated to another country - the fact that having made the transition to a new culture you are left missing the old and never quite achieving full admittance into the new. I admit it. He does not yet know the story of his father’s train accident. The film has cameo appearances by actor Samrat Chakrabarti, academic Partha Chatterjee (scholar) and visual artist Naeem Mohaiemen. Enjoyed reading about the Bengali culture, their traditions, envied their sense and closeness of family. The name of Ashoke’s favorite author, the Russian Gogol. Share your opinion of this book. Page Count: 304. The Namesake: Summary of the Book. [10], "The Namesake (2006) : When Cultures Clash", "Nirali Magazine - 21 Things You Didn't Know About The Namesake", "Why Rani, Abhishek lost out on Namesake", "Metacritic: 2007 Film Critic Top Ten Lists", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Namesake_(film)&oldid=997097086, Films about immigration to the United States, Pages with non-numeric formatnum arguments, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Soham Chatterjee as child Gogol aged 4 years, Nominated - Casting Society of America - "Best Feature Film Casting" - Cindy Tolan, This page was last edited on 30 December 2020, at 00:18. date of first publication 2003. publisher Houghton Mifflin. The voice was flat, and this was exacerbated by the fact that it's written in present tense. Nilanjana Sudeshna "Jhumpa" Lahiri was born in London and brought up in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. A film adaptation of the book premiered in 2006. ‘The Namesake’ is the story of a boy brought up Indian in America. Book Review "The Namesake", written by Jhumpa Lahiri, is a masterpiece. "Still alive," Rana says. The Namesake follows a Bengali couple, who move to the USA in the 60s. There is a movie too which stars Irrfan Khan and Tabu which isn't bad either, though reading the book would always be recommended. I did see this movie many times as it is a favorite. Gogol’s transformation is marked in at least three ways. When he is eighteen, he decides to legally change his name to Nikhil, and when he leaves home for Yale this is the name that will follow him. You know, a commercial, populist work aimed to give you a flavor of India, shock you with arranged marriages, Indian family dynamics, struggles of Indian immigrants, etc., which at the same time gives you no real insight into the foreign mentality that isn't superficial or obvious. I am the eldest." Following the birth of her children, she pines for home even more. Eventually the family meets other Bengalis and they b. The story chronicles Gogol's cross-cultural experiences [5] and his exploration of his Indian heritage, as the story shifts between the United States and India. "You are still young. By the end of that same year she was flying of to Houston to be wed to a man she had only seen once, a marriage arranged by their parents. You will discover information about Lahiri's early life, major works, and literary accomplishments. There were several problems. Welcome back. The voice was flat, and this was exacerbated by the fact that it's written in present tense. It shows the struggles each generation has with each other and how that can work in a family where each generation is from a. I really loved this book. I know this book and specially the author, doens't need any introduction here amongst this elite group of readers . Written by a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and having been listed as a New York Times Notable Book, a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist, and selected as one of the best books of the year by USA Today and Entertainment Weekly, the book has wide appeal to a large number of readers. Refresh and try again. Literature & Fiction. Ashoke is a professor in the United States and takes his bride to this foreign country where they try to assimilate into American life, while still maintaining their distinctly Bengali identities. Free," … Jhumpa Lahiri is the author of four works of fiction: Interpreter of Maladies, The Namesake, Unaccustomed Earth, and The Lowland; and a work of nonfiction, In Other Words. I read to escape the boundaries of my own limited scope, to discover a new life by looking through lenses of all shades, shapes, weirds, wonders, everything humanity has been allotted to senses both defined and not, conveyed by the best of a single mortal's abilities within the span of a fragile stack printed with oh so water damageable ink. After finishing the Namesake, my thoughts were drawn to my last roommate in college, an Indian woman studying for her PHD in Psychology. Enjoyed reading about the Bengali culture, their traditions, envied their sense and closeness of family. Brought up in America by a mother who wanted to raise her children to be Indian, she learned about her Bengali heritage from an early age. There were several problems. I've been wanting to read a book by Jhumpa Lahiri for a long time and I'm glad the opportunity finally arised. The film received favorable reviews from critics. The Namesake is the story of a boy brought up Indian in America, from 'the kind of writer who makes you want to grab the next person and say "Read this!"' This book dwells upon the intricacies of the life of Indian immigrants in America- A … As of 23 February 2009, the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 86% of critics gave the film positive reviews, based on 126 reviews. The Namesake received positive reviews from American critics.[4]. ISBN: 0-395-92721-8. Elegant, subtle and moving, 'The Namesake' is for everyone who loved the clarity, sympathy and grace of Lahiri's Pulitzer Prize … I was in a hurry, not because it was a page turner but because I really needed to get to the end. Grieving, Gogol tries to be more like what he thinks his parents want him to be and begins following cultural customs more closely. One British Indian electronica piece is State of Bengal's "IC408." Ashoke is a professor in the United States and takes his bride to this foreign country where they try to assimilate into American life, while still maintaining their distinctly Bengali identities. The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri 3.99 avg rating — 237,537 ratings — published 2003 — 115 editions They let you travel without moving your feet.”, “You are still young, free.. Do yourself a favor. I'm putting the emphasis on ‘several’ because it took me a long time to read it even though I was in a hurry to finish. In the absence of. It delves into powerful topic like "abuse". In the absence of the letter, and at the insistence of the American hospital, they select what is meant to be a temporary name. edit data. I know this book and specially the author, doens't need any introduction here amongst this elite group of readers . The soundtrack has varied music: Indian, Anglo-Indian (by Nitin Sawhney, influenced by Ravi Shankar's music for Pather Panchali),[8] and a French piece. It explores many of the same emotional and cultural themes as her Pulitzer Prize-winning short story collection Interpreter of Maladies. Specifically, I read to experience a viewpoint that I would never have encountered otherwise. Such a great book. Gogol grows to despise his name, and is deeply embarrassed by his namesake—the author Nikolai Gogol—and by the fact that the name is not linked to any part of his identity. The Namesake study guide contains a biography of Jhumpa Lahiri, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What is so important about this book that it was selected for the 2015 "The Big Read" in Virginia? See reviews, bio, and more. language English. Start by marking “The Namesake” as Want to Read: Error rating book. Jhumpa Lahiri - The Namesake. Ashima and Ashoke, an arranged marriage, moving to the USA where Ashoke is an engineer, trying to learn a different way of life, different language, so very difficult. Namesake is one of the finest work, i'd recently came across. The Namesake is a 2006 English language drama film directed by Mira Nair and written by Sooni Taraporevala based on the novel The Namesake by Jhumpa Lahiri. However, the marriage is short-lived as Moushumi, bored with being a wife, starts having an affair with an old boyfriend from Paris. The Indian classical pieces (performed on screen by Tabu) were sung by Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik, a New Jersey-based musician. I read this book on several plane journeys and while hanging around several airports. “It never would have worked out anyway…” she had cried. Book Review "The Namesake", written by Jhumpa Lahiri, is a masterpiece. The Namesake: A Novel. Gogol is the center of the novel, and it is his journey from childhood into young adulthood that the narrator tracks most closely. The ringtone from Moushumi's mobile phone is the song "Riviera Rendezvous" by Ursula 1000 from the album Kinda' Kinky; this is the same song that is played when Gogol and Moushumi first sleep together. Unaccustomed Earth is a new collection of short stories. As well as depicting Gogol/Nikhil's experiences, the film describes the courtship and marriage of Ashima and Ashoke, and the effect on the family from Ashoke's early death from a massive heart attack. time and place written Rome, early 2000s. News, author interviews, critics' picks and more. It stars Tabu, Irrfan Khan, Kal Penn and Sahira Nair. There is a movie too which stars Irrfan Khan and Tabu which isn't bad either, though reading the book would always be recommended. By the end of that same year she was flying of to Houston to be wed to a man she had only seen once, a marriage arranged by their parents. In search of the truth, how far Evan goes and eventually where he ended up, just like his father. Nice book on struggling with intercultural identities. Spanning three decades and crossing continents, Jhumpa Lahiri's much-anticipated first novel is a triumph of humane story-telling. Even though I know the story, the book seemed new to me. “Being a foreigner, is a sort of lifelong pregnancy—a perpetual wait, a constant burden, a continuous feeling out of sorts. Gogol rekindles a friendship with Moushumi (Zuleikha Robinson), the daughter of family friends. The Namesake depicts the struggles of Ashoke and Ashima Ganguli (Irrfan Khan and Tabu), first-generation immigrants from the East Indian state of West Bengal to the United States, and their American-born children Gogol (Kal Penn) and Sonia (Sahira Nair). They are hesitant and guarded when meeting her. There is a movie too which stars Irrfan Khan and Tabu which isn't bad either, though reading the book would always be recommended. narrator Unnamed. It is as Nikhil that he meets his … The ending finds the namesake alone, about to read the Russian Gogol for the first time. Like pregnancy, being a foreigner, is something that elicits the same curiosity from strangers, the same combination of pity and respect.”. Her writing is beautiful and lyrical. In 2000, Jhumpa Lahiri won the Pulitzer Prize for her story collection Interpreter of Maladies, becoming the first Indian to win the award. Nilanjana Sudeshna "Jhumpa" Lahiri was born in London and brought up in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. When I first moved in, she had just broken up with her white boyfriend. Shortly after, while Gogol is on vacation with Maxine's family, Ashoke dies. I know this book and specially the author, doens't need any introduction here amongst this elite group of readers . After college, Gogol uses his "good name" Nikhil (later shortened to Nick). Lisez « The Namesake » de Jhumpa Lahiri disponible chez Rakuten Kobo. One thing that I would like to commend here is that the after effects and the realism with which suicide takes place was absolutely shattering and emotional. “That's the thing about books. You will not regret it. This book dwells upon the intricacies of the life of Indian immigrants in America- A … I really loved this book. This appears to be written specifically for Western readers with no knowledge of Indian culture. Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 2003. He resents many of the customs and traditions his family upholds and doesn't understand his parents. When I first moved in, she had just broken up with her white boyfriend. "And in a few years you will be married and living in your parents' house," Ghosh speculated. 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