#1720: Megha Majumdar "A Burning" | The Book Show

July 06, 2021 00:27:36
#1720: Megha Majumdar "A Burning" | The Book Show
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#1720: Megha Majumdar "A Burning" | The Book Show
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This week, Megha Majumdar discusses her book, “A Burning.” The novel centers around three characters following a terrorist attack in India.

This episode originally aired in June 2020. Photo courtesy of Knopf.

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