Imam & the Indian, The (PB)

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Penguin Books India, 2008 - Всего страниц: 380
The Imam and the Indian is an extensive compilation of Amitav Ghosh s non-fiction writings. Sporadically published between his novels, in magazines, journals, academic books and periodicals, these essays and articles trace the evolution of the ideas that shape his fiction. He explores the connections between past and present, events and memories, people, cultures and countries that have a shared history. Ghosh combines his historical and anthropological bent of mind with his skills of a novelist, to present a collection like no other.
 

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The Imam and the Indian 1
Tibetan Dinner 13
An Egyptian in Baghdad 24
The Ghosts of Mrs Gandhi 45
The Oil Encounter and the Novel 74
A Review of The Baburnama 88
Categories of Labour and the Orientation of the Fellah Economy
The Diaspora in Indian Culture 246
International Peacekeeping 254
The Fundamentalist Challenge 271
The Testimony of
Times of Joy Recalled in Wretchedness 307
The Hunger of Stones 327
Agha Shahid Ali in Brooklyn 340
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The Slave of MS H 6 168

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