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The Buddha of Suburbia written by Hanif Kureishi would be a great book to start with. Not only is it an ablsoutely hilarious read, it addresses British youth (mostly Black and Asian), pop culture, and the condition of England and London in the 1970s. It also tackles the problems of prejudice and racism, as well as the idea of belonging' in a multi-cultural society.Brilliant book!

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