Bashabi Fraser speaks with Ann Morgan about becoming a writer and researcher in London and Bengal, bridging two worlds as a ‘Scottish Indian’, the tremendous inspiration of her biographee Rabindranath Tagore and the rare privilege of 'gift' poems.
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