Do not say we have nothing is a novel by madeleine thien published in 2016 in canada it follows a 10 year old girl and her mother who invite a chinese refugee into their home critically acclaimed in 2016 the author was awarded both the scotiabank giller prize and the governor generals award for this novel. Madeleine thiens novel do not say we have nothing was shortlisted for the man booker prize 2016 and won the scotiabank giller prize 2016 and the governor generals award 2016. Thien is a malaysian chinese living near montreal and has previously written a novel and short story collection do not say we have nothing won the governor general prize for 2016 and was short listed for the man booker award. Written with exquisite intimacy wit and moral complexity do not say we have nothing magnificently brings to life one of the most significant political regimes of the 20th century and its traumatic legacy which still resonates for a new generation
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