by Vikram Seth
June 17, 2014 Remember maps? A lot of these writers do. They use them to drive from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, Tangier to Cape Town, and Xinjiang, China, to New Delhi, among other places.
December 3, 2005 British writer Vikram Seth's Two Lives tells the story of Seth's Indian-born uncle and German Jewish wife. Seth describes his aunt and uncle as "typically atypical people, ordinary extraordinary people."
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