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First read: This passage shows why Neel Mukherjee’s ‘A State of Freedom’ takes a knife to your gut
The Man Booker nominee’s fourth work of fiction will make every reader squirm.
· Jul 06, 2017 · 08:30 am
The Lives of Others: Neel Mukherjee’s £10,000-Encore Award winning novel
Shortlisted earlier for the Man Booker, the Calcutta-born novelist’s second book has won the prize for the best second novel.
· May 13, 2015 · 01:30 pm
This Election Season,