Danel’s Neo-Gothic criticism:
“Smiling with Blood on the Tongue: Acceptable Sacrifice
and the Annihilating Feminine in Bharati Mukherjee’s Jasmine.”
In Commonwealth Essays and Studies, a journal of l’Univesite Paris-Sorbonne 30:2 (2008 Spring).
Glorious it is when wandering time is come. How could we say it any better? If you are a wanderer who can’t leave just now, may you find some pleasure in these photographs. All these lands cast their spell as I released the shutter, and gave me new eyes. The pictures are something to distract us until, as the song says, a great wind again bears us across the sky.