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Published on Nov 15, 2010
Born in Lahore in 1971, Mohsin Hamid grew up in Pakistan. He attended Princeton University then Harvard Law School, working afterward in New York and London for the prestigious firms of McKinsey & Company then Wolff Olins. His first novel, Moth Smoke, appeared in 2000 and became a cult hit in Pakistan. His second novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2007) recounts a Pakistani man's abandonment of his high-flying life in New York. It became an international bestseller, winning many awards and appearing on the short list for the Man Booker Prize. Mr. Hamid now divides his time between London and Pakistan. At Colgate on Oct. 7, 2010