Orient Blackswan, 1997 - Arts - 303 pages
To commemorate fifty years of Independence in the subcontinent it seems appropriate to cut across the borders which separate Pakistan, India and Bangladesh. This book is a collection of outstanding essays, containing 45 black and white photographs, includes contributions by authors and artists from all three countries of the subcontinent.
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REMEMBRANCE OF TIME PASI
THE JAJMANI SYSTEM
91 GARDEN TOWN
URDU LITERATURE FROM
OF HISTORY NATIONALISM AND POETRY
THE RIVER OF HINDUSTANI MUSIC
NATIONALISM AND ACTIVISM
INTERPRETATIONS OF THE BANGLADESH WAR
WOMEN ARTISTS OF PAKISTAN
GENDER POLITICS IN THEATRE
SHARED CONCERNS IN ALTERNATIVE THEATRE
SELF AND THE OTHER
MOTHER AND OTHER POEMS
THE GRASS IS LIKE ME AND OTHER POEMS
THE SADHANA OF LALAN FAKIR
WHAT HAVE THEY DONE TO MY SONG?
THE BIG AND THE SMALL
TWO SIDES OF A MIRROR
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