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Granta 146: The Politics of Feeling

Deng’s Dogs

‘From the moment he lit his first Inca, we both understood that we were engaged in a fight.’ Santiago Roncagliolo on human rights activist Father Hubert Lanssiers.

Capital Gains

‘Delhi is a segregated city; an impenetrable, wary city.’ Rana Dasgupta on the new Indian aristocracy.


‘In Iris, they speak a language with a hundred pronouns.’ Callie Gardner on gender terminology.

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