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The polyphonic read: Rajith Savanadasa on ‘Ruins’

Told from the perspectives of five characters, Rajith Savanadasa’s Ruins is ‘a riveting debut that examines the intricacies of class, racial and generational divides in contemporary Sri Lanka’, writes reviewer Gerard Elson. He spoke to the author. When you applied for the Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowships you described Ruins...

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