Hari Kunzru on White Tears, a post-internet world, and returning to the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival

In a conversation with Firstpost at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival 2019, author Hari Kunzru spoke about his writing process; his latest book White Tears; his observations on other Indian writers and his fondness for the litfest.

Nikita Rana January 26, 2019 13:50:23 IST

In a conversation with Firstpost at the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival 2019, author Hari Kunzru spoke about his writing process; his latest book White Tears; his observations on other Indian writers and his fondness for the litfest.

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