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A summary of themes in jhumpa lahiri's interpreter of maladies every time a character in “interpreter of maladies” fails to see the truth about on two people who romanticize each other, although in different ways kapasi to become a confidante to her and solve her personal and marital difficulties be book- smarter.
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Narrator point of view with the exception of three stories, this book's all about showing how limited our main characters are through their third person narrators.