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Indian-American Novelist Amitav Ghosh Challenges The Way We Think About Climate Change

Amitav Ghosh, the acclaimed Indian-born novelist, has a new insightful new non-fiction book, 'The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable.' It examines our carbon-dependent economy through the themes of culture, power and politics.
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