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Episode 10, Part 1 - Inventory: Writers Tracking Conflict and War

(00:18 - 04:59) Introductions. (05:15 - 18:30) David Bezmozgis reads from his essay, Requiem for my Grandfather, Jacov Milner Zionist. (20:40 - 26:45) Camilla Gibb reads from her novel, Sweetness in the Belly. (29:15 - 38:12) Bernice Eisenstein reads from her memoir, I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors. (41:02 - 52:00) PEN Canada writer in exile, Senthil Ratnasabapathy, discusses his experiences working as a journalist in northern Sri Lanka.


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