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Books: Elif Shafak's “Honor' review.

April 15, 2013

The sweeping title of this multigenerational novel refers to honor killing—a woman's murder at the hands of her relatives or with their approval. Shafak follows a family's journey from a small Kurdish village in the nineteen-forties to nineteen-nineties London, where her characters . . . (Subscription required.)

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