Zadie Smith

In the 2010s, the publishing industry finally wrestled with its problems with diversity.
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"I have seen on Twitter [...] people have a feeling at 9 a.m. quite strongly, and then by 11 have been shouted out of it," the author said. "That part, I find really unfortunate."
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Time and again, Smith’s narrator struggles to see how she can fit the two together.
"That’s why I started writing: because I wanted to know what’s it like to be a Jewish Chinese guy or an old black woman or a white professor or whatever," the author told Slate.