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    • Magnificent. Profound. Eye-opening. Sobering. Hopeful.

      Oprah Winfrey
    • Powerful and timely ... I cannot recommend it strongly enough

      Barack Obama
    • Extraordinary ... an instant American classic and almost certainly the keynote nonfiction book of the American century thus far ... It made the back of my neck prickle from its first pages, and that feeling never went away. Wilkerson has written a closely-argued book that largely avoids the word "racism," yet stares it down with more humanity and rigor than nearly all but a few books in our literature. It's a book that seeks to shatter a paralysis of will. It's a book that changes the weather inside a reader.

      Dwight Garner, The New York Times
    • Impressively researched and well written ... If you haven't read Caste yet, you absolutely must.

      Edward Enninful, Vogue
    • Such is Wilkerson's gift as a writer that she leaves you looking at the world differently.

      Afua Hirsch, Vogue
    • Caste will spur readers to think and to feel in equal measure

      Kwame Anthony Appiah, New York Times Book Review
    • Isabel Wilkerson's Caste is probably the most important piece of non-fiction published this year.

      Sarah Hughes, i News
    • Surprising and arresting... the idea of caste challenges fundamental notions of America as a meritocratic society ... Wilkerson's epilogue feels like a prayer for a country in pain, offering new directions through prophetic new language

      Bilal Qureshi, Washington Post
    • An expansive interrogation of racism, institutionalised inequality and injustice ... This is an American reckoning and so it should be. Wilkerson activates history in her pages, bringing all its horror and possibility to light. It is a painfully resonant book and could not have come at a more urgent time.

      Fatima Bhutto, Guardian
    • Persuasive and unsettling ... beneath the veneer of meritocratic idealism lie deeper layers of the American psyche where white supremacy still reigns. But the case Wilkerson puts forward is inspiring and hopeful ... caste can be dismantled, setting everyone free.

      Ashish Ghadiali, Observer

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