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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
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Topic - Andrew Solomon
Historian and author Robert Caro has won yet another award.
Gail Sheehy and Andrew Solomon have been honored for books that inspire readers to lead better lives.
Robert Caro, Katherine Boo and the late Anthony Shadid are among the finalists for the National Book Critics Circle prize.
Gay, dyslexic and the survivor of near-death depression, writer Andrew Solomon has been acutely aware of his differences for most of his 49 years.
Solomon: A lot of people have said to me, surely writing a book about all of the things that can go horribly wrong in parenting would have been enough to put anyone off the idea of becoming a parent.