Politics > New Tibetan writing stares down the hard truths of exile

A boy reads by a flag of Tibet in McLeod Ganj, the seat of the Tibetan government-in-exile. In new anthologies of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, Tibetan writers are laying claim to an identity forged in exile, while expressing feelings of loss, of old separations and new anxieties. Photo: ZUMA Wire / IMAGO

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