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India: On Butterchicken in Ludhiana

Chandrahas is impressed with Pankaj Mishra's book – Butterchicken in Ludhiana. “Reading it this week for the first time, I was struck both by the smoothness of its style – it is a book without any dull bits, and the language has a full, rich flavour – and the strength of its argument, often more implied than asserted from the picture of small-town Indian life it offers.”

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