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On Class & Character in Megha Majumdar's Debut Novel

Megha Majumdar in conversation with Fiction Editor Kartika Budhwar.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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29 Sept 2020
Interview
West Bengal Politics
Interview
West Bengal Politics
English as Class Signifier
Hindutva
National Book Award Longlist
Debut Novel
Humor
Centering the Silly
The Baby-Sitters Club
Debut Authors
Working-Class Stories
Body Politics
Queerness
Trans Politics

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Bodily vulnerability is so crucial to confront with people who are shamed, opressed, and made to feel so aware of themselves—even with where they can stand in a street, or whether they can love.

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