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Will Zadie Smith Ever Feel Free?

Zadie Smith attends dinner parties. A few of them are glimpsed in her new collection of essays and criticism, Feel Free. At a dinner of “old friends, north London intellectuals” just after the Brexit referendum, the table considers the fact that all of them were wrong to think that the ... More »
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