'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel Alan Cheuse reviews the Girl Who Played Go, by Shan Sa, a novel following a two characters' intersection at the 3,000-year-old game of Go, played with black and white stones. The novel debuted last year and has just been published in paperback.
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'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel

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'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel

'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel

'The Girl Who Played Go': A Powerful Little Novel

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Alan Cheuse reviews the Girl Who Played Go, by Shan Sa, a novel following a two characters' intersection at the 3,000-year-old game of Go, played with black and white stones. The novel debuted last year and has just been published in paperback.