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Ivan Wainewright’s novel
The Kosher Delhi is set in the early 90s and is about a 20-year-old English man of Jewish/Indian heritage who encounters racism and bigotry throughout his life. These experiences become increasingly more extreme and violent until one day he has to make a decision: will he keep quiet and carry on as normal or will he stand up for what he believes in? A question that many human rights defenders will be familiar with.
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