The Apathy In 'A Thousand Pardons' Is Hard To Forgive

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Tigers, Scholars And Smugglers, All 'At Home' In Sprawling Novel

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People walk past a 'rose' — a fracture from a grenade explosion filled out in red paint, in Sarajevo, May 27, 2011. Danilo Krstanovic/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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