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I would have said that France is one of the countries least in need of discovery, but Graham Robb shows me how very, very wrong I was.
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I am going to put aside my uncertainties and talk about Oscar Wao and what it seemed like to me, regardless of authorial intention (which is so last millennium, anyway).
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I grew up in a household both deeply intellectual and deeply spiritual, raised by parents (one Irish Catholic, one Swedish/German Lutheran) who take it as a given that these things can go together.
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The Hindus is not really a standalone history of Hindus and Hinduism, it's intended to be a supplement -- a second eye, as it were, to give perspective and depth to more conventional histories.
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