A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It&rsquo;s the result that matters, <strong>not the creator</strong>

A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It&amp;rsquo;s the result that matters, not the
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A Chinese writer sets a novel during the Holocaust? A Jewish boy writes about a black man in 1810? It’s the result that matters, not the creator

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