Foreign writers and their books

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India is a land of many charms. For centuries, it has lured outsiders to its rich coasts with promises of wealth and wisdom. The country has been ruthlessly invaded by many, and yet, India has found a way to welcome and include the foreigners in her fold. Among warriors and traders, India has attracted author and poets too. Seduced by the beauty of the land and its people, many a foreign author has made India their muse and home. Some were even born in India, belonging to a generation of colonized outsiders, who came to have a bittersweet identity conflict with the Indian soil.
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TOP 7 BOOKS OF 2017 - Foreign Fiction Edition

49 Incredible Books From 49 Different Countries

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A classic from the award-winning Kyrgyz novelist Chingiz Writera. The wild area he travels -- the Federally Administered Tribal Area -- has become a political quagmire known for terrorism and inaccessibility. New Zealand. Only time will tell - but if you haven't yet journeyed into the world she created, it's time.

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