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The dark comedy of life in distant, corrupt lands

By Katherine A. Powers
June 14, 2009

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"When it comes to . . . black-marketing, counterfeiting, and corruption, we are the world champions. If they were included in the Olympic Games, India would always win gold, silver, and bronze in those three." If you read Aravind Adiga's brilliant, Man Booker Prize winning novel, "The White Tiger," it will not surprise you to learn that these sentiments are ... (Full article: 983 words)

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