Sara Suleri Goodyear: Known for Her Memoir of Pakistan

From a New York Times obit by Neil Genzlinger headlined “Sara Suleri Goodyear Dies at 68; Known for Memoir of Pakistan”:

Sara Suleri Goodyear, a scholar who vividly evoked her upbringing in Pakistan in “Meatless Days,” a 1989 memoir often cited as a foundational work of post-colonial literature, died at her home in Bellingham, Wash.

News of her death was posted on the web page of the Yale English department, where she was an emeritus professor and had taught since 1984.