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Pulitzer-winning novelist Barbara Kingsolver on structural classism and the urban-rural divide

By France24
10 February 2024   |   12:53 pm
She is one of the most celebrated American authors of our time: Barbara Kingsolver speaks to "arts24" about her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "Demon Copperhead", which has just been published in French.

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