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Hanif Kureishi

9 Feb 2017

One of the UK’s most celebrated novelists discusses his latest work, The Nothing. With characteristic black humour and deftness of touch, the author of seminal works such as The Buddha of Suburbia and Intimacy has produced a tense and captivating exploration of lust, helplessness and deception. In conversation with the author and broadcaster Mark Lawson, he looks back on a visionary career in which he has explored some of the great themes of our day: identity, cultural difference, and religious fundamentalism.

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