Rakesh Satyal on (Mis)pronounced Names, Edith Wharton and American Identity


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Writer, novelist and senior editor Rakesh Satyal pulled up to talk about Edith Wharton as influence, American identity, and his latest novel, No One Can Pronounce My Name.

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