Inspired by Reading Book Club-Interpreter of Maladies

Updated: Feb 24, 2019

This month's book selection was Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri.  It is a beautifully written book of short stories illustrating the many emotional and physical journeys of her characters as they deal with different types of loss. Lahiri does a wonderful job of pulling the reader inside the stories with her use of lush details and creating an overpowering feeling of empathy.   Unlike other books we have read, no one particular story or character spoke to me to create around. I did however, finish the book overloaded with sensory details. The beautiful colors of the saris, the slick feel of fish, the smell and sounds of hot and crowded Indian streets, the taste of curry, and the overwhelming sense of the loss of the familiar, all came together in this mixed media piece that I created.


 If you want more information about this book club, click HERE and our host, Andrew Thornton, will be glad to give you our book list. Please check out what the other, very talented participants created.

Jenny Davies-Reazor

Sarajo Wentling

Jeanne Steck

Mary Harding

Karin Grange

Ann Schroeder

Mary K. McGraw

Christine Damm

Andrew Thornton, Laurel Ross, Alison Herrington, Terri Greenawalt and Karen Hiatt


Until next time, CREATE SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL!

Frederick, MD, USA

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