Reviews | September 01, 2010
Political Stories: The Individual in Contemporary Fiction
Featuring reviews of The Emperor’s Children (Claire Messud), A Disorder Peculiar to the Country (Ken Kalfus), Half of a Yellow Sun (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie), Delirium (Laura Restrepo), and Last Evenings on Earth (Roberto Bolaño).
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