Last Updated on July 29, 2019, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 158
Darkness, Mukherjee's first book of short stories, also focuses on the experiences of immigrants in the West.
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The Sorrow and the Terror, written by Mukherjee and her husband Clark Blaise, is a nonfiction investigation into the 1985 terrorist attack on the Air India plane that crashed off the coast of Ireland.
In Selling Illusions: The Cult of Multiculturalism, Neil Bissoondath launches a controversial attack on Canada's policy of multiculturalism.
Jasmine, a novel by Mukherjee based on the short story of the same name in The Middle Man and Other Stories, tells the story of a Trinidadian girl who illegally immigrates to the United States.
Where I'm Calling From, a book of short stories by Raymond Carver, was published the same year as "The Management of Grief." Its minimalism provides a stark contrast to Mukherjee's style.
Days and Nights in Calcutta is a memoir written by Mukherjee and her husband Clark Blaise based on a year they spent in India.