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The High Mountains of Portugal

by Yann Martel

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An allegorical novel in three parts is set in the fictional High Mountains of seventeenth-century Portugal and beyond, where characters explore questions of loss and faith while on a quest, while tackling ghosts, and in the contemporary world.

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Author Yann Martel poses in Toronto on April 5, 2010. Martel released his highly anticipated follow-up to the Booker Prize-winning "Life of Pi" last week. Darren Calabrese/AP hide caption

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Author Yann Martel On 'That Deeply Unreasonable Phenomenon' Of Faith

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