Mohsin Hamid

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Pakistani novelist

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In Mohsin Hamid’s new novel “Exit West,” a young couple flees their war-torn home, and through mysterious doors, they arrive in Greece, then London, then California.

In 'Exit West,' a pair of young refugees are on the run

In Mohsin Hamid’s new novel “Exit West,” a young couple flees their war-torn home, and through mysterious doors, they arrive in Greece, then London, then California.

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