Granta, 2006 - Literature - 256 pages
Edited by Ian Jack, this work features dispatches from the world of conflict, in the battlefield and in the home including James Buchan on Iran's nucelar weapons programme, Jasmina Tesanovic on the death squads of Serbia, Hugh Raffles on cricket-fighting in Shanghai and new fiction by Tahmina Anam and Edmund White.
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