Aerogrammes by Tania James
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From the highly acclaimed author of Atlas of Unknowns (2009), a bravura collection of short stories set in locales as varied as London, Sierra Leone, and the American Midwest that captures the yearning and dislocation of young men and women around the world.
"Starred Review. Although most of the characters in these nine immaculately crafted short stories share a common native land - Kerala in southern India - their range of emotions is brilliantly diverse." - Publishers Weekly
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Tania James was raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and is a graduate of Harvard and Columbia universities. She is the author of the novel Atlas of Unknowns and has published her work in One Story and The New York Times. Visit her website at www.taniajames.com.
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