The September eleventh assaults are wounds as yet mending in the United States. Perusers of “Saffron Dreams” will better comprehend the sadness experienced by the individuals who lost friends and family amid that basic time. The novel likewise offers experiences into Islamic, especially Pakistani, culture and the troubles confronted by settlers to the United States in their endeavors to acclimatize yet hold parts of their way of life. As Arissa notes in the novel, workers come to love both terrains as their own.
“Saffron Dreams” is as American a novel as any composed on the grounds that the migrant experience is an essential piece of the American story. The novel is a piece of Modern History Press’ “Impressions of America” arrangement, and its young female Pakistani storyteller gives an extraordinary point of view on how Americans are as yet attempting to adapt to and translate the occasions of September eleventh and the wars that have taken after.
While the story is not as brimming with emotional clash as other late Middle-Eastern worker books, for example, “The Kite Runner,” the inner clash of Arissa is similarly as moving and maybe more significant to perusers who will see in Arissa somebody not all that not at all like them, somebody.
who essentially needs a superior life for herself and her kid.At the foundation of the novel is the topic of the esteem and significance of every human life. Arissa is resolved to bear on her significant other’s inheritance, to ensure his life is recalled and esteemed.