Jhumpa Larihi is a multicultural person either, the same as Gogol, the main character of The namesake. She and Gogol experience similar life as Indian people who live in America. Jhumpa describes Gogol as a modern boy where he seek for his identity. At first, Gogol was happy that he was born as Indian in America although his parents struggle in adapting the situation. Everything turned to be different when Gogol grew up, he realized that he was different from others who live there. He has different appearance, language accent, and obviously different name. He found that his name is not suit his life that his parents changed his name inti Nick. He grew up in America's environment that he fell in love with an American girl and experienced freedom in his life. Gogol started to leave his parent's house and lived in a boarding house. He came home once a week and spent most of his time with his girlfriend. According to his parents, Gogol had to live his life as an Indian although he lived in America but Gogol had a different opinion that the freedom in his life is the best thing he had ever had. When his father died, he felt that there were so many things that he regretted about leaving his parent's house and didn't make lots enough visits. The one that Gogol married to is not from America, she came from India but they had to divorce when his wife had an affair with her old friend then Gogol started his life again by living with his mother and his sister in his old house and still remembered moments with his father. The story of this novel is very detail and amazing choice of words that can make you repeat to read again.