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Granta 107 by Clark, Alex, ed. & John Freeman
Granta 107
by Clark, Alex, ed. & John Freeman
 
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. Join Mary Gaitskill as she meditates on the meaning of a lost cat, Will Self as he walks across Tehran in celebration of the revolution, thirty years on; be there as Timothy Phillips recovers the letters of Eva Reckitt, an English woman monitored by MI5 from the 1920s until after the Second World War; read Xan Rice’s account of the Polisario’s movement for independence in the long-disputed Western Sahara; and Owen Sheers travels to Zimbabwe where his cousin is setting up an orphanage.
 
Published 20090818 by Granta Books, Paperback, 256 Pages, ISBN: 9781929001378, ISBN-10: 1929001371, List Price $16.99.

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