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Where Conspiracies Are a Pastime: Satire and Escapism in Fiction and Beyond (Complete)

NEW YORK, May 6, 2017 — At Asia Society's Lahore Literary Festival in New York, author of A Case of Exploding Mangoes Mohammed Hanif and author of The Golden Legend Nadeem Aslam delve into the role of satire and escapism at the crossroads of fiction and reality. The conversation was moderated by New York Times literary critic Dwight Garner. (46 min., 24 sec.)


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