Eleanor Catton: In the last year, I’ve struggled with my identity as a New Zealand writer
Catton speaks about her suspicions of writers who go back and forth between different forms and her attempts to shield from fame
Jaipur: Eleanor Catton, who won the Man Booker Prize 2013 for her debut novel The Luminaries, has shielded herself from a very persistent media at the Jaipur Literary Festival these past few days, preferring instead, during her time off from duties at the lit fest, to fulfil a lifelong dream—go on an elephant ride.
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