They’re the stories that often get lost in the sweeping history of a war — the family tragedies, the personal decisions that forever change the lives of future generations. That’s the sort of story that Tahmima Anam tells in her debut novel, set in Bangladesh during that nation’s war of independence. Kojo talks with Anam about her book and how her work in social anthropology inspired a work of fiction.


  • Tahmima Anam Author, "A Golden Age" (Harper Collins)

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