Brick Lane | Study Guide

Monica Ali

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Overview

Author

Monica Ali

Year Published

2003

Type

Novel

Genre

Fiction, Women's Studies

Perspective and Narrator

The novel Brick Lane alternates between limited third-person narration, focusing on the perspective of Nazneen, the main character, and first-person letters from her sister, Hasina.

Tense

Brick Lane is narrated in the past tense.

About the Title

Brick Lane is the name of the street where the main character Nazneen and her family live in an estate housing project in East London.

Summary

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