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The LRB at 40: From North Africa and the Middle East

Jeremy Harding, Adam Shatz and Nikita Lalwani

As part of a series of events celebrating the LRB’s 40th anniversary, Jeremy Harding and Adam Shatz talk to Nikita Lalwani about the shared preoccupations they’ve written on for the paper, including decolonisation and orientalism, Israel-Palestine, 20th-century music, and France, in conversation with the novelist Nikita Lalwani.

Recorded at the London Review Bookshop on 28 October 2019.

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