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Critical Essay by Arvindra Sant-Wade and Karen Marguerite Radell

SOURCE: "Refashioning the Self: Immigrant Women in Bharati Mukherjee's New World," in Studies in Short Fiction, Vol. 29, No. 1, Winter, 1992, pp. 11-17.

In the following essay, Sant-Wade and Radell discuss the ways in which immigrant characters adapt to American culture in Mukherjee's The Middleman and Other Stories

The female protagonist in one of Bharati Mukherjee's prize-winning short stories, from the collection titled The Middleman and Other Stories, is shocked when her landlord lover refers to the two of them as "two wounded people," and thinks to herself that "She knows she is strange, and lonely, but being Indian is not the same, she would have thought, as being a freak." The Indian woman, Maya Sanyal, who is the central figure of the story, "The Tenant," recognizes...

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