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Spotlights have been shining on English writer Zadie Smith ever since White Teeth, her debut novel, generated a publishers' bidding war when she was still in her mid-twenties. In the years since, things have not darkened: In 2003, she earned herself a spot on Granta's list of the twenty best young writers and both her fiction and nonfiction continue to garner attention. This collection shows her range. Its subjects include Kafka, Katherine Hepburn, British comedians, David Foster Wallace, and philosophy. Acute insights from a stylish young writer. Now in paperback.