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Viken Berberian

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Viken Berberian is a writer and essayist.

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Viken Berberian

from Bookworm

Viken Berberian's first novel attempts to take us inside the head of a failed suicide bomber, exploring his connection to the subject and the models in music and poetry that brought…

Viken Berberian: The Cyclist

Viken Berberian's first novel attempts to take us inside the head of a failed suicide bomber, exploring his connection to the subject and the models in music and poetry that brought…

from Bookworm

Viken Berberian

from Bookworm

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