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Adrift in Berlin: Sojourn, by Amit Chaudhuri, reviewed

20 August 2022

9:00 AM

20 August 2022

9:00 AM

Sojourn Amit Chaudhuri

Faber, pp.144, 14.99

Feelings of dislocation are at the heart of Amit Chaudhuri’s award-winning novels. Friend of My Youth (2017) followed a writer’s unsettling trip back to his childhood home in Bombay. Before that, Odysseus Abroad (2014) charted the day of a lonely English literature student from India as he meandered around London.

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