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G. is a 1972 novel by John Berger. The novel's setting is pre-First World War Europe, and its protagonist, named "G.", is a Don Juan or Casanova-like lover of women who gradually comes to political consciousness after misadventures across the continent. The novel, Berger's most formally experimental, won both the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction and the Booker Prize.
In a Free State
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The Siege of Krishnapur
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