No Land's Man

No Land's Man

Aasif Mandvi


Aasif Mandvi—best recognized for his paintings as a correspondent on The day-by-day convey with Jon Stewart—has been facing id matters throughout 3 continents and 30 years. With wit, smarts, and an outstanding dose of richly deserved viewpoint, Mandvi explores a variety of engrossing tales: facing his brunch-obsessed father, being a teenage Michael Jackson impersonator, and taking part in snake charmers, taxi drivers, and at last a pretend journalist as an actor in big apple, the place he used to be even as soon as instructed that he wasn't "Indian" sufficient for a job. Now in paperback, No Land's Man is a laugh-out-loud account of a second-generation immigrant's look for that means and identification in an more and more complicated international.

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