Literary magazines are born easily, very difficult to sustain and die easily, two respects in which they differ from human beings.
For a literary magazine like Granta to have survived for 21 years is equivalent to a man passing the age of ninety: he looms as a triumph of the life principle, no matter how bent or wrinkled he may be. So it is with Granta: The First Twenty-One Years (Penguin India, Special Indian Price,
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