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The Buddha of Suburbia

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In the new tradition of "Tales of the City," this long, complex British satire profiles a decade in the life of a British family. The story opens in a South London suburb where main protagonist Karim Amir lives with his Indian father, Haroon, and his ... Read More
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Haroon Amir
Karim Amir
Charlie Kay
Margaret Amir
Uncle Ted
Auntie Jean
Jamila
Shadwell
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