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T.C. Boyle discusses his book, “East is East.” He describes the young protagonist, Hiro Tanaka, an outcast whose mother is Japanese and father is an American hippie. Boyle goes on to discuss the storyline of the book, set at a writer’s colony in Georgia, and Hiro’s relationship with a writer named Ruth Dershowitz. Boyle also shares that the fish is his totem animal.