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Alex Clark, John Freeman
Granta Books, 2009 - Fiction - 256 pages
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With its mixture of investigative reportage, narrative non-fiction, photography, memoir, fiction and brilliant journalism, Granta 107 follows on from the critically-acclaimed summer reading issue to showcase more of the best new writing from around the world. In the issue, Mary Gaitskill meditates on how we measure varieties of loss after the disappearance of her rescued cat; Will Self walks through Tehran thirty years on from the revolution; and Rana Dasgupta reports from Delhi on the emergence of India’s super rich.

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About the author (2009)

Alex Clark has worked on several national newspapers and has contributed to many publications, notably The Guardian, The London Review of Books, The Sunday Times, The Times Literary Supplement, The Observer, and The Daily Telegraph. She was a judge of Granta's most recent Best of the Young British Novelists competition and the Man Booker Prize for Fiction in 2008.

John Freeman is Professor, Graduate School of Management, Cornell University.

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