Téa Obreht

author of “Inland” and “The Tiger’s Wife”

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Author Téa Obreht was only 25 when her debut novel “The Tiger’s Wife” became a national bestseller.

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Author Téa Obreht was only 25 when her debut novel “The Tiger’s Wife” became a national bestseller.

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