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Lindsey Hilsum returns to Rwanda 19 years after the conflict.
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A new story by Lorrie Moore in Granta 126.
‘This world, he went on, is more overrun by plagiarists, bootleggers and imitators than anyone cares to realize.’
‘She’d never understood why people needed to sleep. To her, sleep seemed to be a punishment, an impossible obligation.’
My mother refers to it as my ‘nice Japanese bag’, which is accurate, but also tinged with irony . . .’
‘"They’re called shibitobana. Dead man’s flower," my grandfather mumbled.’
‘All their friends, everyone, had been talking about this kidnapped baby boy for the past few days, and now here he was.’
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