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  • It felt strange to be reading Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie during the new year break. The rituals performed on new year’s day clearly defines the roles of men and women in our...
  • A land-line phone number that rings on and on with no one to pick it up. A mobile phone that tells me ‘the number you dialed is not in use’. A house with its doors and...
  • His subject is spying. His obsessions are secrecy and betrayal. He is an Englishman of a certain background, compared often to Graham Greene, Joseph Conrad, and Somerset...
  • Haruki Murakami at the Edinburgh international books festival in August.
    If I ever meet Haruki Murakami I would get on well with him. He loves cats. When a reader once asked him, “Do you think cats can understand how humans feel? My cat Bobo ran...
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