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The  Literary  Tale of  Climate  Change

The Literary Tale of Climate Change

By Anumeha Verma

Amitav Ghosh’s Gun Island brings climate change to our doorsteps Amitav Ghosh | Pp 280 | Penguin | Rs 290 Do you think climate change is real or is it a phenomenon too far

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