Mouth Full synopsis
By Sweta Srivastava Vikram
Mouth full is a collection of person essays and poems that reflect upon hybridization of cultures, identity of women, experiences of immigrants as they move to a new country, try to assimilate, and learn a different way of life.
Somewhere in all of that movement, the experiences teach them to migrate their thoughts and see the strengths and weaknesses of both the homeland and acquired land. It also raises concern about the socio-cultural issues and racial expectations in the two nations.
Told from the perspective of a modern day Indian immigrant as social questions, observations, and commentary, the essays are funny, bold, sassy, and uninhibited.