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Chindia Dialogues: Seeing Double (Complete)

NEW YORK, November 6, 2011 — Andrea Lingenfelter, scholar and translator of Chinese poetry and fiction, leads a discussion with Indian and Chinese writers Ha Jin, Su Tong, Xu Xiabon and Meena Kandasamy as they read from their work and analyze the social and political implications of the writer's "double vision" for his or her role in society. (1 hr., 1 min.).

Chindia Dialogues forum overview


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