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Remembering John Berger

Renown novelist, essayist, art critic, painter, poet, screenwriter, dramatist and translator, John Berger, passed away recently. Berger was the recipient of the Man-Booker Prize for his novel G. and co-translator of Return to My Native Land by . Deeply concerned with the human condition and social injustice, Berger was a voice for the disenfranchised and was an outspoken critic of capitalism. You can read Anthony Barnett’s reflective piece on his late friend here.

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