The library system is moving to a new mobile app! The current library mobile app will not be available after January 3, 2018. This only relates to the library’s mobile app (used on phones and tablets). You can still connect to the library through your desktop, laptop, or mobile device’s web browser at https://dalycity.bibliocommons.com/ Projected date for the new mobile app is February 1, 2018. We apologize for the inconvenience
Random House, Inc. The introduction, discussion questions, suggested reading list, and author biography that follow are intended to enhance your group's reading of Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's The Unknown Errors of Our Lives . In this collection, the award-winning poet, novelist, and storyteller depicts with great sensitivity the universal truths about both the limits and the expansive possibilities of human relationships. In nine poignant stories spiked with humor and intelligence, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni captures lives at crossroad moments–caught between past and present, home and abroad, tradition and fresh experience. A widow in California, recently arrived from India, struggles to adapt to a world in which neighbors are strangers and her domestic skills are deemed superfluous in the award-winning “Mrs. Dutta Writes a Letter.” In “The Intelligence of Wild Things,” a woman from Sacramento visits her brother in Vermont to inform him that back in Calcutta their mother is dying. And in the title story, a painter looks to ancient myth and the example of her grandmother for help in navigating her first real crisis of faith. Knowing, compassionate and expertly rendered, the stories in The Unknown Errors of Our Livesdepict the eternal struggle to find a balance between the pull of home and the allure of change.
Baker & Taylor A collection of short stories set in India explores the adjustment of immigrants to a foreign land, the accommodations families make to the differences between generations, and the struggle to find a balance between the pull of home and the promise of change.
Baker & Taylor Set in India, a collection of short stories by the author of The Mistress of Spices explores the adjustments of immigrants to a foreign land, the accomodations families make to the disruptive differences between generations, and the eternal struggle to find a balance between the pull of home and the promise of change. Reprint. 50,000 first printing.