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This chapter is a commentary on how recent novels set in the Indian subcontinent are about the ways in which the news enters the lives of people. The examples are Aravinda Adiga’s The White Tiger, Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People, and Mohammad Hanif’s A Case of Exploding Mangoes. The essay also engages with novelist Vikram Chandra’s widely-noted essay “The Cult of Authenticity.”

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