'Beirut is still a place to mourn': Rawi Hage sets new novel in his old hometown

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Rawi Hage is one of Canada's most celebrated writers, whose latest book is set in 1978 in the early days of the Lebanese civil war. It is a series of linked vignettes that stitch together to create a fabulist portrait of a city in the chaos of war.

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