In Telling One Story, A Novelist Speaks For a Country
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In Telling One Story, A Novelist Speaks For a Country

V.V. Ganeshananthan writes in the Outlook section on the struggle to discuss all of Sri Lanka's complex history while talking about her novel, a story of one family's experience. Hear her read an excerpt from her book "Love Marriage."Audio: V.V. GaneshananthanPhoto: Preston Merchant

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