The Plight of Indian-American 1st Generation
A leisurely summer read A story depicting the torment of Indian-American children of 1st Generation parents. The unending dilemma of trying to retain culture and at the same time needing to survive in the American culture.
The unreasonable 1st Generation parental demands on their children to be "Indian" and to not become "Americanized". And the need for the children to have dual personalities, one at home with their parents and one for the world outside.
Gives the reader a better understanding of the Demands on Indian-American children living the American dream, and a parental nightmare.
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