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Episode summary: David talks to the writer Annie Zaidi, winner of the Nine Dots Prize, about her remarkable memoir of life in India and the search for identity. It’s s story of conflict, migration, belonging and the idea of home. We also discuss what home means for Indians now the country is under lockdown and Annie tells us how life is in Mumbai. The sound is not great, we are sorry. It is nicer to listen through speakers than on headphones Further Reading and listening: Annie Zaidi’s book https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/bread-cement-cactus/75DCB40487D5CD8DCB772761555CF10C Nine Dots Prize https://ninedotsprize.org/ Annie Zaidi speaks to Qudsiya Ahmad, Head of Academic Publishing at Cambridge University Press India http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/gallery/video/nine-dots-prize-winner-annie-zaidi-indian-society Guardian article about the Indian migration caused by lock-down https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2020/may/19/my-angel-man-who-became-face-of-indias-stranded-helped-home-by-stranger-coronavirus See…

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