Lost and Found
"Granta 105" witnesses moments of staggering change and discovery, bringing us face-to-face with loss and renewal in a rapidly transforming world. In ... Show synopsis "Granta 105" witnesses moments of staggering change and discovery, bringing us face-to-face with loss and renewal in a rapidly transforming world. In this riveting 105th issue, "Granta" places itself at the forefront of change and discovery. Elena Lappin is in Tel Aviv, hot on the trail of a stash of unpublished Kafka papers. Elizabeth Pisani meditates on the legacy of Tiananmen Square twenty years after reporting from the heart of the riots. Karen Wright travels to Moscow to uncover how Russian oligarchs are running the international art scene. And the extraordinary work of a lost writer appears in print for the first time, excerpted from a novel she was working on when she took her own life. From Ireland's Catholic priests—once exported around the world and now under threat even in their own country— to the hitherto obscure music saved from extinction via the vast exchange mart of the Internet, "Granta 105" takes us on an exhilarating journey across place and time, recording moments of disappearance and rebirth in all their complexity and strangeness.