by Sameer Rahim
Andrew Solomon, the author of superb books on depression and parenting, began his career as a foreign correspondent…. If there is a unifying theme here, it is Solomon’s ability to make friends in difficult circumstances. His interviews with rape victims in Rwanda and survivors of the Cambodian genocide are sensitively done and extremely moving…. [Solomon’s] open-heartedness is why he is such a valuable writer.
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