Martin Amis

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British novelist

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Acclaimed novelist Martin Amis returns to discuss The Zone of Interest, a mordant exploration of love in a place that is meant  to crush the soul in a concentration camp.

Martin Amis: The Zone of Interest

Acclaimed novelist Martin Amis returns to discuss The Zone of Interest, a mordant exploration of love in a place that is meant  to crush the soul in a concentration camp.

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