I was seven years old the first time I visited a Sheedi neighbourhood in Karachi. I had accompanied my grandmother on a campaign tour, visiting homes and receiving applications from men who needed legal aid to fight cases in the perpetually clogged city courts, from others who had lost their jobs an…
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John Freeman interviews Daniel Alarcón about book piracy in Peru.
‘I have gone to the forest to lie among the moss and sleep under a canopy of trees. I have gone to the forest to root among the soil and listen to the birds.’
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‘In a connected world, how can anyone close their doors?’
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‘If you happen to be friends with one of the world’s most fearsome food critics, don’t cook for him.’