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Hari Kunzru

Author of The Impressionist

Includes the names: Hari Kunzri, Kunzru Hari

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Born in London and raised in Essex, Hari Kunzru is a freelance journalist and editor living in London.
— biography from The Impressionist
Hard to be a god (Foreword, some editions) 845 copies, 24 reviews
The Book of Other People (Contributor) 703 copies, 13 reviews
We Who Are About To . . . (Introduction, some editions) 522 copies, 19 reviews
The Long Winter (Introduction, some editions) 282 copies, 10 reviews
Granta 81: Best of Young British Novelists 2003 (Contributor) 265 copies, 2 reviews
The David Foster Wallace Reader (Afterword, some editions) 200 copies, 1 review
Granta 112: Pakistan (Contributor) 164 copies, 1 review
Four Letter Word: New Love Letters (Contributor) 133 copies, 2 reviews
Moses Ascending (Introduction, some editions) 87 copies, 3 reviews
Granta 125: After the War (Contributor) 74 copies, 2 reviews
Ox-Tales: Water (Contributor) 69 copies, 2 reviews
Alien Zones: Roadside Picnic / Hard to Be a God (Foreword, some editions) 11 copies
Athena Magazine (Editor, some editions) 1 copy
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Hari Kunzru, né en 1969 d'une mère anglaise et d'un père indien, vit à Londres. Son premier roman, L'Illusionniste (Pion, 2003), couronné par le prix Somerset Maugham, l'a placé parmi les vingt meilleurs jeunes écrivains de l'année 2003, liste établie par la prestigieuse revue Granta.
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