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Mark OppenheimerA number of recent books have enlarged our sympathy by focusing on memorable victims of global conflict: Dave Eggers's What Is the What, for example, and Tracy Kidder's Strength in What Remains. The Tenth Parallel is not a page-turner like those. But Ms. Griswold's fearless wandering has given her a broad view of religious and ethnic conflict, one that reminds us just how many victims Mr. Eggers and Mr. Kidder had to choose from, and how many millions more continue to be with us.
—The New York Times