Kahani: Short Stories by Pakistani Women

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Aamer Hussein
Saqi, 2005 - Fiction - 170 pages
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A naive peasant is left with a white man's baby; a middle-class housewife sees visions of salvation in the tricks of circus animals . . . In this collection of stories by Pakistan's finest women writers - including Jamila Hashmi

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ma ap ko ak bat btana shahta hon

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It's interesting to get into the minds of people from different lands, especially when those lands are frequently rather unfairly portrayed in the media. This is a rather good and varied array of ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
7
Azra Abbas Voyages of Sleep
21
Hijab Imtiaz Ali Tempest in Autumn
47
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About the author (2005)

Born in Karachi, Hussein moved to London in 1970. He reviews for The Independent and the TLS. He is the author of Turquoise, This Other Salt, and editor of Kahani: Short Stories by Pakistani Women. He has held visiting posts at the University of Southampton and the University of London, and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.

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