With Mohsin Hamid and Akhil Sharma; introduced by Philip Gourevitch.

Co-sponsored by The Paris Review and the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF)
The war on terror has been examined from myriad angles: social, political, religious. How might fiction illuminate the complex forces at play and the individuals involved on all sides? Join Pakistani writer Mohsin Hamid, author of Moth Smoke and The Reluctant Fundamentalist, and the award-winning Indian author of An Obedient Father, Akhil Sharma, for a conversation on the power of novels to reveal, explain, and even anticipate contemporary events. Introduced by author Philip Gourevitch, editor of The Paris Review.