6 edition of The Zigzag Way found in the catalog.
by Random House
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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Get this from a library! The zigzag way. [Anita Desai] -- Eric, a young North American, finds himself on a curious quest for his own family in a 'ghost' mining town in Mexico, now barely inhabited, where almost a hundred years earlier young Cornish miners. The Zigzag Way (Book): Desai, Anita: In her long, distinguished career, Anita Desai has focused her capacious vision on questions of culture and identity. Her mesmerizing new novel, The Zigzag Way, brings her fiction to an unexpected region of the world: mythical, lush Mexico. In this seductive landscape, a young American stumbles upon an unlikely path to self-discovery. Eric is a newly.
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A haunting, powerful novel that culminates on the Day of the Dead, The Zigzag Way examines the subtle interplay between past and present. Anita Desai is the author of many acclaimed works of fiction, including Baumgartner’s Bombay, Clear Light of Day, Diamond Dust, /5. Jan 05, · A haunting, powerful novel that culminates on the Day of the Dead, The Zigzag Way examines the subtle interplay between past and present.
Anita Desai is the author of many acclaimed works of fiction, including Baumgartner’s Bombay, Clear Light of Day, Diamond Dust, and Fasting, The Zigzag Way book, among other works/5(13). "The Zigzag Way" is a short book, almost novella size, without a great deal of character development.
It does have a shifting cast of characters unified by the willingness to change the familiar for something new, Em being the exception, and also the one character with no real connection to Mexico/5(13).
Feb 17, · A haunting, powerful novel that culminates on the Day of the Dead, The Zigzag Way examines the subtle interplay between past and present. Anita Desai is the author of many acclaimed works of fiction, including Baumgartner’s Bombay, Clear Light of Day, Diamond Dust, and Fasting, Feasting, among other works.4/5(4).
The zigzag way is the story of twentieth century The Zigzag Way book, through civil unrest and personal calamity; of the exploitation of the mexican indians, and their dubious saviors, such as the formidable doñavera, widow of a mining baron, and eric's own grandmother, a.
Jun 17, · Zig Zag, Keith Sawyer’s book, takes a fresh look at creativity. In his book, Sawyer describes and fleshes out the 8 stages of the creative process. Although some of the stages are expected, they are some that caught the reader off guard/5(58).
The novel ends in the present, when at a local celebration called “La Noche de los Muertos,” Eric encounters a ghost from the past and sees his own path into the future. As in her earlier works, in. “Agent Zigzag is a true-history thriller, a real spy story superbly written.
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The novel is about an American academic and writer who goes with his girlfriend to Mexico and rediscovers his passion for fiction writing.
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Oct 14, · The Zigzag Way is a short novel about a young man who follows his scientist girl friend to Mexico, in order to get inspiration for his writing.
When in Mexico, he comes across Dona Vera, a haughty European woman, that runs a anthropological research centre in Mexico and holds a grudge against the past mining companies and workers in the region/5(9). The Zigzag Way [a Novel] (Book): Desai, Anita: Eric is a youngish man, self-conscious, awkward, a buttoned-down North American, a would-be writer, and a traveller in spite of himself.
Susceptible to bossy women, he finds himself in the wake of one in Mexico, where he is overwhelmed at first with sensory overload, but is gradually seduced - by the strangeness, the colour, the contrasts, the. Oct 22, · The Zigzag Way opens in a ghost town in the Sierra Madre, whose silver mines were abandoned during the Mexican revolution of The American Eric, a Author: Maya Jaggi.
The Zigzag Way (), a novel by Indian author Anita Desai, follows an American scholar and writer named Eric, who follows his girlfriend, Em, on a scientific research sabbatical in Mexico. Jan 25, · Easy Mini Notebook from ONE sheet of Paper - NO GLUE - Mini Paper Book DIY - Easy Paper Crafts - Duration: Red Ted Art Recommended for you.
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It was certainly original/5. The Zigzag Way Anita Desai Mariner Paperback pages February A young man drifting in his chosen career path, bored with the topic of his dissertation and a grant for publishing a book on immigration, Eric is caught up in an endless cycle of wasted days.
On the other hand, his highly motivated girlfriend is focused, engaged in her own. Aug 28, · In The Zigzag Way, her 14th novel, Eric is a self-absorbed North American academic, bored by his studies, unable to commit to the fantasy of writing his novel.
He may have reached premature domestic bliss with his girlfriend, Em ('They seemed already to have reached a stage that many couples require 30 years. Other articles where The Zigzag Way is discussed: Anita Desai: Indian and American culture, while The Zigzag Way () tells the story of an American academic who travels to Mexico to trace his Cornish ancestry.
Desai also wrote short fiction—collections include Games at Twilight, and Other Stories () and Diamond Dust, and Other Stories ()—and several children’s books.About the Book In The Zigzag Way, the critically acclaimed novelist Anita Desai deftly explores cultural fault lines in an evocative story of expatriates and travelers adrift in a foreign land.
When Harvard grad student Eric travels abroad to Mexico, he finds himself steeped in his own ancestry and lost in an inscrutable culture he cannot.Editions for The Zigzag Way: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Hardcover published in ).