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Tahmima Anam (; born 8 October 1975) is a Bangladeshi-born British writer, novelist and columnist. Her first novel, A Golden Age (2007), was the Best First Book winner of the 2008 Commonwealth Writers' Prizes. Her follow-up novel, The Good Muslim, was nominated for the 2011 Man Asian Literary Prize. She is the granddaughter of Abul Mansur Ahmed and daughter of Mahfuz Anam.

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by Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2016 , ©2016
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by Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
Melbourne : Text Publishing, 2012, ©2007
 
 
 
by Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
©2016 , Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2016
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by Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2011 , ©2011
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by Anam, Tahmima, 1975-
©2007 , Melbourne, Victoria : The Text Publishing Company, 2012
BookBook, OnlineOnline [text, online resource]
 
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