There's No Room for You in Hannah Tennant-Moore's 'Wreck and Order'

There's No Room for You in Hannah Tennant-Moore's 'Wreck and Order'

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Our self-indulgent protagonist tries to find herself in the rural poverty of the third world but the people, the customs, the food, it all starts to grate on her first world sensibilities. 22 Jul 2016 // 8:30 AM

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